Boris Johnson visits scene and says system of automatic early release isn’t workingNarwhal tusk and fire extinguisher used to tackle attacker The day after: ‘We are still here, singing’Tell us: have you been affected? 4.16pm GMT My colleague Molly Blackall has been at the scene of the attack today. Related: The day after at London Bridge: 'We are still here, singing' 3.55pm GMT NHS chief executive, Simon Stevens, has said that the condition of a London Bridge victim who was critically injured has improved. “While three people remain in hospital, this means two are now stable and a third has less serious injuries,” he said.While the NHS is now dealing with immediate physical injuries, the psychological impact of such events sometimes only comes to light in the days and weeks afterwards. Those caught up in the attack - supported by their friends and loved ones - can access NHS advice and support, in the first instance through calling NHS 111 and the NHS website and from specialist services if needed. Continue reading...
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The London Bridge knife attacker from Friday's incident, Usman Khan, previously claimed in a letter that...The London Bridge knife attacker from Friday's incident, Usman Khan, previously claimed in a letter that he wanted to attend a deradicalization course while he was serving a prison sentence for terrorism related charges in 2012. In the letter obtained by ITV, Khan wrote that he wanted to live his life as a "good Muslim and also a good citizen of Britain." He also...