Amber Rudd says Britain is "bruised but not broken" after string of terror attacks - Eastern Eye

Amber Rudd says Britain is “bruised but not broken” after string of terror attacks


POLICE on Tuesday (20) questioned a man suspected of deliberately mowing down Muslims in London, as the home secretary said Britain was “bruised but not broken” by a string of terror attacks. The family of Darren Osborne, the man suspected of deliberately driving into the Muslim group, said he was “troubled” and described his action as “sheer madness”. Osborne, 47, a father of four from Cardiff in Wales, was arrested after the attack and is being questioned by police on suspicion of attempted murder and terrorism. Police are treating the incident as a terror attack but believe the suspect acted…

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