• The IndependentFinsbury Park terror attack: Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn receive very different reactions on mosque visit, video shows

    Senior politicians have attended the scene of a terror attack targeting Muslims in London.  Both Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn visited the Finsbury Park Mosque to offer support to the community in the wake of the van rampage.  However, reactions to their visits differed widely, with the Prime Minister being heckled by onlookers who referenced her initial delay in visiting Read more...

  • The Wall Street JournalVan Plows Into Crowd Near London Mosque in Suspected Terror Attack

    LONDON—Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday vowed to crack down on extremism of all kinds, trying to soothe Muslim fears after a driver rammed a van into a crowd of worshipers in what police were treating as the latest in a string of terrorist attacks. Witnesses described a scene of mayhem, saying the driver appeared to deliberately steer a white Read more...

  • The GuardianFinsbury Park terror attack: 'Every bit as sickening' as previous attacks, says Theresa May – latest updates

    Prime minister praises members of public who detained attacker after van strikes pedestrians, killing one, in Seven Sisters RoadFull report: witness says driver shouted, ‘I want to kill all Muslims’What we know so farOne of London’s most diverse neighbourhoodsHave you been affected by the attack? 12.32pm BST 12.25pm BST Here’s a visual guide to how the attack unfolded: Related: How Read more...

  • The GuardianTheresa May: support for Grenfell Tower victims ‘was not good enough’

    Theresa May admitted that support for victims of the Grenfell Tower fire “was not good enough” after the Metropolitan police said 58 people are missing and presumed dead in the wake of the disaster in west London. The new figure means the death toll from the blaze early on Wednesday morning has risen by 28. The prime minister described the Read more...

  • USA TodayLondon police: 58 missing in disastrous tower fire presumed dead

    Authorities in London said Saturday that 58 people missing are presumed dead from this week’s fire disaster at a high-rise tower.The update from police came as Prime Minster Theresa May met for more than two hours with survivors of the blaze at her office at 10 Downing Street. May has faced a barrage of criticism for the government’s initial response to the Read more...

  • CNBCBritish PM May tries to quell public anger after deadly London fire

    May pledges support for fire victims Jeered by protesters on Friday Queen Elizabeth: Britain sombre but steadfast Critic says May is not a viable prime minister Senior minister says May is distraught over disaster British Prime Minister Theresa May’s government sought on Saturday to quell anger over a deadly tower block fire by pledging to… Read more on CNBC.

  • BBC NewsMay visits Grenfell survivors in hospital

    A large police presence held back angry crowds outside a Kensington church where Theresa May was meeting victims of the Grenfell Tower disaster.The prime minister faced cries of “coward” and “shame on you”.One woman wept, saying it was because the PM declined to speak to anyone outside the meeting which lasted less than hour.Mrs May pledged £5m of support, housing Read more...

  • Miami HeraldThe Latest: PM Theresa May visits hospitalized fire victims

    The Latest on the London tower block fire (all times local): 5:55 p.m. British Prime Minister… Read the story on Miami Herald.

  • The GuardianLondon fire: Theresa May to meet victims after criticism

    Theresa May visited victims of the Grenfell Tower blaze in a west London hospital on Friday, after being criticised for failing to meet residents of the block earlier. Mrs May spent almost an hour speaking to patients and staff at London’s Chelsea and Westminster Hospital on Friday. She had been widely criticised on Thursday when she went to the scene Read more...

  • The GuardianGrenfell Tower fire: at least 30 confirmed dead – latest updates

    Follow the latest updates as Theresa May visits victims in hospital and the Queen goes to the scene in west LondonSafety review at 4,000 UK tower blocksFriends appeal for news of the missingSadiq Khan confronted over fireLammy: fire is corporate manslaughterHave you been affected? Share your stories 12.24pm BST Met Police Commander Stuart Cundy said “we know that at least Read more...