Westminster car crash suspect being questioned by counter-terrorism police

  Channel 4 
Counter-terrorism officers are still questioning a 29-year-old British man who drove a small car into a security barrier in front of the Houses of Parliament early this morning, injuring pedestrians and cyclists. The police say the man, who’s not known to them, is not co-operating with the inquiry. Officers have been searching three properties in… ▶ Full story on channel4.com
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