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The third victim of the Westminster terror has been named as American, Kurt Cochran.
The country's top judge has attacked the Justice Secretary for failing to defend him and two colleagues who had been labelled "enemies of the people" over Brexit.
Retail sales have been suffering their worst slump in nearly seven years as inflation bites - despite a partial bounce-back last month.
James Corden has paid tribute to his "vibrant, diverse and proud" home city of London following the Westminster attack, saying terror will not divide the capital.
Often when I take the Tube to work I use the "James Bond" entrance - the nickname for the high-security portal to Parliament tucked away in Westminster Station.
Campaigners are urging councils to ban the release of balloons and sky lanterns on their land after volunteers noticed a dramatic increase in litter on beaches.
Colleagues and MPs have paid tribute to police officer Keith Palmer, who was stabbed to death by a terrorist as he stood guard outside Parliament.
Keith Palmer, the unarmed policeman who was stabbed to death by a terrorist as he stood guard outside Parliament, has been described by Theresa May as "every inch a hero" whose "actions will never be forgotten".
Next has reported its first fall in annual pre-tax profits in eight years and warned of another tough year to come.
This is what we know so far about the attack on Westminster Bridge and the Palace of Westminster.
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