Cobra to reconvene after Woolwich attack

The Government's emergency response committee, Cobra, will reconvene today to discuss security measures after a man was killed in broad daylight on the streets of London.

Metropolitan Police commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe arriving at yesterday's Cobra meeting.
Metropolitan Police commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe arriving at yesterday's Cobra meeting.

Prime Minister David Cameron will meet his top advisers to urgently address potential security implications following yesterday's murder in Woolwich.

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Hague: 'No excuse for murder'

Foreign Secretary William Hague has told ITV News British foreign policy cannot be used as an excuse for the murder that took place in Woolwich yesterday