1. London Bridge terrorist's associate snared in post-attack UK crackdown  Fox News
  2. London Bridge survivor: 'I saw things I will never unsee'  BBC News
  3. Johnson insists he opposed early release for terrorists long before London Bridge attack  Guardian News
  4. Anjem Choudary who 'inspired' London Bridge attack terrorist pictured in capital wearing ankle tag  Daily Mail
  5. Boris Johnson says London Bridge attacker 'not suitable candidate for early release'  The Sun
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An Islamist ex-con and one-time associate of the terrorist who carried out Friday's deadly London Bridge attack was reportedly back in custody Monday as part of the United Kingdom's crackdown on scores of extremists given early release from prison.An Islamist ex-con and one-time associate of the terrorist who carried out Friday's deadly London Bridge attack was reportedly back in custody Monday as part of the United Kingdom's crackdown on scores of extremists given early release from prison.

The first eyewitness from inside Fishmongers' Hall recounts the attack that claimed two lives.The first eyewitness from inside Fishmongers' Hall recounts the attack that claimed two lives.

London Bridge survivor: 'I saw things I will never unsee' - BBC News

Hate preacher Anjem Choudary was pictured in the capital today for the first time since Friday's murderous rampage by Usman Khan, who called the Islamist cleric a 'personal friend'.Hate preacher Anjem Choudary was pictured in the capital today for the first time since Friday's murderous rampage by Usman Khan, who called the Islamist cleric a 'personal friend'.

Anjem Choudary who 'inspired' London Bridge attack terrorist pictured in capital wearing ankle tag | Daily Mail Online

The vigil honoring terror attack victims took place the same day President Donald Trump flew to the city for a NATO summit that opens Tuesday.The vigil honoring terror attack victims took place the same day President Donald Trump flew to the city for a NATO summit that opens Tuesday.

London terror attack: Vigil draws thousands amid controversy

“Don’t use my son’s death, and his and his colleague’s photos - to promote your vile propaganda. Jack stood against everything you stand for - hatred, division, ignorance. https://t.co/R8LO16lugk”

David Merritt on Twitter: "Don’t use my son’s death, and his and his colleague’s photos - to promote your vile propaganda. Jack stood against everything you stand for - hatred, division, ignorance.… https://t.co/NbRNNSJn51"

“This is an awful, racist attack and should be condemned by all. My heart goes out to this Rabbi and the whole Jewish community. We stand with you against all forms of antisemitism. https://t.co/fjT5GhkTKX”

Boris Johnson on Twitter: "This is an awful, racist attack and should be condemned by all. My heart goes out to this Rabbi and the whole Jewish community. We stand with you against all forms of antisemitism. https://t.co/fjT5GhkTKX"

“Today I, alongside other leaders, attended a service at Guildhall to remember those who tragically lost their lives in the attack on Friday.”

Boris Johnson on Twitter: "Today I, alongside other leaders, attended a service at Guildhall to remember those who tragically lost their lives in the attack on Friday.… https://t.co/43qbdskAtP"

“If Boris is going to be criticised for politicising London Bridge, fine. But does that mean people are going to stop politicising Grenfell as well.”

(((Dan Hodges))) on Twitter: "If Boris is going to be criticised for politicising London Bridge, fine. But does that mean people are going to stop politicising Grenfell as well."

Shadow justice secretary Richard Burgon and Tory treasury chief secretary Rishi Sunak blamed each other for the London Bridge Attack.Both Jeremy Corbyn and Boris Johnson were absent from the debate.

Parties blame each other for London Bridge attack during ITV debate | Metro News

Boris Johnson has been accused of plagiarising the words of a legal blogger in a Twitter thread he wrote about London Bridge attacker Usman Khan.  The Secret Barrister claimed Mr Johnson's tweets about the "inaccuracies" of reporting on the convicted terrorist's sentencing were lifted from a post on the author's website. The award-winning law writer said the blog post wasBoris Johnson has been accused of plagiarising the words of a legal blogger in a Twitter thread he wrote about London Bridge attacker Usman Khan.  The Secret Barrister claimed Mr Johnson's tweets

Boris Johnson accused off 'passing off' tweets about London Bridge attack as his own | London Evening Standard

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The Prime Minister had previously said terrorist Usman Khan was back on the streets because of laws introduced by a Labour 'leftie government'.The Prime Minister had previously said terrorist Usman Khan was back on the streets because of laws introduced by a Labour 'leftie government'.

Boris Johnson accused of 'lying and misleading' about London Bridge terror attack

The man who fought off the London Bridge attacker with a narwhal tusk will be awarded the highest honor from his native country, Poland.The man who fought off the London Bridge attacker with a narwhal tusk will be awarded the highest honor from his native country, Poland.

Man who fought off London Bridge attacker to receive award - New York Daily News

Some terrorist prisoners might never be rehabilitated, the prime minister said today as another former inmate was sent back to jail in the aftermath of the London Bridge murders.Yayha Rashid, 23, who served a jail term for travelling to Syria, was arrested on Sunday for breaching his terrorism notifSome terrorist prisoners might never be rehabilitated, the prime minister said today as another former inmate was sent back to jail in the aftermath of the London Bridge murders. Yahya Rashid, 23...

Some terrorists might never be deradicalised, admits Johnson after London Bridge attack | News | The Times

THE nation was reeling after it was revealed that one the London Bridge have-a-go-heroes, James Ford, was also a convicted murderer out on day release. Ford is thought to have protected a woman tha…

Who was James Ford? London Bridge hero and convicted murderer who tackled terrorist – The Sun

UK News: Usman Khan, who killed two people in the London Bridge terror attack last week, was a convicted terrorist who had been released halfway through his seUK News: Usman Khan, who killed two people in the London Bridge terror attack last week, was a convicted terrorist who had been released halfway through his se

Why London Bridge killer was released from jail early - Times of India

I should have been at the Learning Together event in Fishmongers’ Hall on Friday, but at the last minute couldn’t go.I should have been at the Learning Together event in Fishmongers’ Hall on Friday, but at the last minute couldn’t go.

I was supposed to be at the tragic Learning Together event in London Bridge - but I still think rehabilitation can work

A man cleaning glasses in a kitchen heard screams and rushed to the scene.A man cleaning glasses in a kitchen heard screams and rushed to the scene.

Read a play-by-play of how bystanders helped stop the London Bridge attacker - The Washington Post

A group of civilians including James Ford and Marc Conway fought off London Bridge terrorist Usman Khan, and detained him until police arrived.A group of civilians including James Ford and Marc Conway fought off London Bridge terrorist Usman Khan, and detained him until police arrived.

Men who felled London Bridge terrorist Usman Khan were ex-felons - Insider