Live updates: British PM condemns 'sick' and 'depraved' terror attack, pays tribute to emergency workers
Four people are dead and 20 have been hurt, some with 'catastrophic' injuries.
The British Prime Minister called the attack in which four people died as being 'sick and depraved'.
Conservative MP Iain Duncan Smith talks to 1 NEWS after emerging from the attack lockdown.
We will all move forward together, never giving in to terror- British PM Theresa May
Kiel Reijnen bailed out nearly 60 kilometres from the finish after somehow managing to go off the track on a straight road.
We stand together in the face of those who seek to harm us and destroy our way of life.- London mayor Sadiq Khan
The thoughts of New Zealand are with the people of London, and with the victims and their family & friends, following this terrible attack.
Emma Keeling reports from near Westminster Bridge after the attack in which four people died.
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This is an attack that London has been waiting for, and it has finally arrived.- Europe Correspondent Emma Keeling
The man said he didn't realise something was wrong until the driver refused to stop after hitting a third civilian.
World leaders have extended their support following the attack near the UK Parliament which is being treated as a terrorist incident.