London Attack: 'Strong Indications' of Terror, PM Says

Prime Minister David Cameron calls the London attack "sickening."
1:14 | 05/22/13

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I've been briefed by then secretary of -- this afternoon -- sickening attack in what age in London it is the most appalling crime. We oversee are urgently seeking in the police are urgently seeking the full facts about this case. But are strong indications. That it is a terrorist incident. Two people at the scene of -- -- wounded by the police and they are being treated as suspects. I'm secretary is chairing cobra tonight to bring together the police the security services all of the agencies -- that we gather every piece of information that we can. The police and the security services in the UK will get all of the support that they need to deal with this or indeed with any other incident. I'll be returning to London later tonight say that I -- the cobra meeting again in the morning to make sure that we have one of the facts all of this case. Tonight shuffles should be with the victim with the family with friends. People across Britain. People in every community I believe will ultimately condemn this attack. We've had these sorts of attacks before in our country and we -- buckle in the face of.

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