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A van has been driven into a army of pedestrians near a London mosque, killing one humanity and injuring eight other parties. The casualties are believed to include worshippers who had just left Finsbury Park Mosque following evening prayers after bursting the Ramadan fast.
One eyewitness told how he had climbed out of the channel of the van, articulating: “He just came into all of us. There was a lot of people.”
Police have declared a “major incident” and Prime Minister Theresa May read: “All my contemplates are with those who have been injured, their loved ones and the emergency services on the scene.” The Muslim Council of Britain called the incident a “violent manifestation of Islamophobia.”
A 48 -year-old man has been arrested, while counter-terrorism men are searching the incident. For the latest developments, go to our live page .
Brexit talks get under way
Almost a year after the UK elected to leave the European Union, Brexit talks are finally starting. Brexit Secretary David Davis has promised a “deal like no other in history”, with is a matter of early arbitrations including the status of expats, the UK's “divorce bill” and the Northern Ireland border. Situations get started at about 11:00 BST.
Grenfell Tower tragedy ‘preventable'
London's Labour Mayor Sadiq Khan has said parties in Kensington, west London. are “sick to death of banalities from politicians” following the Grenfell Tower fervor. He complained of “years of neglect” by the council of ministers and a “poor response” by the government to what he called a “preventable accident”. Meanwhile, ministers remark households who lost their homes looked forward to receiving 5,500 each. The BBC understands about 70 people may have died in last week's disaster.
Macron winnings parliamentary majority
It's not the landslide countless foreseen, but French President Emmanuel Macron's party has acquired a clear majority in the country's upcoming general elections. His centrist La Republique En Marche group, with its MoDem ally, took more than 300 benches in the 577 -member National Assembly. But voter turnout affected a record low – just 42%.
Analysis: Macron's conquest is accomplish. What now?
By Hugh Schofield, in Paris
The questions he will face in the coming months will be the classic ones that face all democratic leaders. Should I give way to demonstrators? Or should I use force to play my manifesto? How do I balance the budgetary resources? Which is worse, a massive inadequacy or gashes in social spending?
What the working paper answer
“Inside hell” is the Daily Mail's headline, as a photograph taken inside a flat in Grenfell Tower predominates its front sheet. The Mirror choice the same terms to describe another background at the building. Meanwhile, the Guardian reports that EU leaders fear the UK could be left with a “brutal Brexit” because of the fragility of Theresa May's government, but the Daily Express remarks confidence is “high” as UK-EU talks get started.
Forest flames Portugal declares three days of sorrowing as 61 die
Ellen Higginbottom dispute Man arrested on feeling of assassinating 18 -year-old student
Prostate cancer New blood experiment “targets men's treatment”
Missing airman Corrie Mckeague's sweetheart April Oliver has baby girl
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12:00 Former Labour leader Ed Miliband hosts BBC Radio 2's Jeremy Vine Show, which he is doing all week. Former Republican lead Iain Duncan Smith takes over next week.
15:00 Cuba's government delivers its formal response to US President Donald Trump's speech on Friday, in which he announced he was reimposing particular roam and trade restrictions eased by Barack Obama's administration.
On this day
1975 An investigation decides that Lord Lucan, who has been missing for seven months, slaughtered his children's 29 -year-old nanny, Sandra Rivett.