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UK to tighten security policy as all parties unite against terrorism

May also promises to work with European and other countries to combat extreme Islamist ideology

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Police officers and members of the emergency services attending to a person injured in the attack on London Bridge; the terror attack has left seven people dead and 48 injured.

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"We're staying at severe because we think they have got all the main perpetrators," says Ms Rudd.

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THE third terrorist attack within weeks is stirring the British "Bulldog Spirit" and is expected to boost the Conservative government's re-election prospects.

Sterling and the UK stock market are thus expected to be firm on Monday. The view of political observers is that

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