Home Secretary Amber Rudd launched a furious attack on chat service WhatsApp and Apple CEO Tim Cook for providing terrorists with a ‘place to hide’ today. It comes after it was revealed that Westminster terror attacker Khalid Masood accessed WhatsApp a few minutes before unleashing his bloody assault on Parliament.
Thousands of people marched through London on Saturday to protest Britain leaving the European Union, just four days before Prime Minister Theresa May launches the start of the formal divorce process from the bloc it joined 44 years ago.
The knife-wielding terrorist who killed an American tourist and two others outside the U.K. Parliament was British-born and previously investigated for "violent extremism." Police identified the suspect as Khalid Masood, 52, on Thursday. Authorities said Masood was born in Kent and detectives believe he was most recently living in the West Midlands. He was known by a number of aliases, police said.