A police officer who was guarding the gates of Parliament during the Westminster attack has recalled the moment he came face to face with Khalid Masood. PC Nick Carlisle was on duty with his colleague..
Westminster attacker Khalid Masood was lawfully killed at the end of his car and knife rampage, an inquest has found. Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu has paid tribute to the victims' families who have..
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Chief Coroner Mark Lucraft QC finds shortcomings in security on the day of the Westminster terror attack which led to the death of five people including Pc Keith Palmer. Khalid Masood, 52, had targeted..
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BBC Local News: Birmingham and Black Country -- Khalid Masood was shot dead by a minister's bodyguard after killing five people, including a police officer. BBC Local News - Published Also reported by •Independent •BBC News
Chief coroner Mark Lucraft QC insisted there was 'nothing Sir Craig Mackey could have done' to stop Westminster terrorist Khalid Masood as he carried out his attack on March 22 last year. MailOnline - Published
Deputy Commissioner Sir Craig Mackey was branded 'Commissioner Coward' after he admitted he locked himself in his car when he saw Khalid Masood attacking PC Palmer in Westminster. MailOnline - Published
Khalid Masood, 52, killed four pedestrians using a 4x4 before crashing into gates at the Palace of Westminster and drawing blades to slaughter PC Keith Palmer on March 22 last year. MailOnline - Published
Pc Nick Carlisle was among the uniformed unarmed officers posted at the gates of the Palace of Westminster as Khalid Masood launched his knife attack on Pc Keith Palmer (pictured). MailOnline - Published
Miss Michelle Palmer, the sister to Mr Palmer who was killed in last year's Westminster Bridge attack, said the family feel they are treated as if they had 'come below' terrorist Khalid Masood. MailOnline - Published
Westminster Bridge killer Masood had first appeared on the fringes of a major MI5 investigation 13 years before he launched his attack in central London, the inquest into his victims was told. MailOnline - Published
The officer blamed Chief Superintendent Nick Aldworth for the absence of marksmen when policeman Keith Palmer (pictured) was killed by Westminster Bridge terrorist Khalid Masood. MailOnline - Published