Home Secretary Theresa May has confirmed that security around Army barracks across London has been increased.
The police and Security Service are establishing the full facts of this barbaric case, but there is a strong indication that it was an act of terrorism.
In the meantime, security has been increased at Army barracks across London.
This attack was an attack on everyone in the United Kingdom, and it will be condemned by people from every community.
Our thoughts and prayers tonight are with the victim and his family.
We have seen terrorism on the streets of Britain before, and have always stood firm against it. Despicable acts like these will not go unpunished.
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