A wall of flame
May rebukes US President for his ‘not helpful’ tweet
Passengers wait outside the Parsons Green station during rush-hour.
Donald Trump said bombers were ‘in the sights’ of police.
to discover the full circumstances of this cowardly attack and to identify all those responsible.”
Asked later whether he had been briefed on any intelligence about the attack, Mr Trump appeared to sidestep the issue saying he had been briefed “on numerous things” including North Korea.
Downing Street said Mr Trump had offered his condolences.
A spokesman said: “President Trump called the Prime Minister earlier today to offer his condolences over this morning’s cowardly attack in London.
“They also discussed North Korea’s latest missile test, agreeing it was a reckless provocation and that China must now use all its leverage to bring pressure to bear on the North Korean regime to end these illegal tests.”
An officer walks beside one of the carriages as the investigation begins.
A forensic tent on the platform at Parsons Green after an explosive device sent a ‘fireball’ through a packed London Underground train.