Three attackers drove a van in to pedestrians on London bridge and killed seven people on Saturday night . 48 people were seriously injured in the attack.Police shot dead the three male assailants in the Borough market area within eight minutes of receiving emergency call after 10 pm
Two weeks ago Islamist suicide bomber killed 22 people including children in Manchester
In march man killed 5 people in Central London
May says “We believe we are experiencing a new trend in the threat we face as terrorism breeds terrorism,” Prime Minister Theresa May said in a televised statement on Sunday in front of her Downing Street office, where flags flew at half-mast.
“Perpetrators are inspired to attack not only on the basis of carefully constructed plots … and not even as lone attackers radicalised online, but by copying one another and often using the crudest of means of attack.”
It is time to say enough is enough she added.
Most of the political parties suspended national campaigning on Sunday but May said campaigning would resume on Monday and elections will happen as planned
Home Secretary Rudd said that there is no link between attackers and Manchester bombing
Past two years Islamist militants have carried out attacks in Berlin,Nice,Brussels and Paris
On Saturday Theresa May visited Swaminarayana temple with her husband in London ahead of the general election on June 8
Both removed their shoes before entering temple and offered flower petals at the Central shrine of Bhagwan
“I say to all British Hindus and Indians, come with me as we make Britain the world’s great meritocracy. Come with me as we build a truly global Britain, and help me build those vital links with India. Come with me as we build a stronger, fairer and more prosperous vision for us all,” May said
She also praised British-Indians for being inspiring role models.