UK police release people arrested after London attack without charge

Within eight minutes of the first emergency phone call, officers shot dead all three suspects in Borough Market, a popular restaurant and bar district nearby.

The Metropolitan Police said seven women and five men between the ages of 19 and 60 were arrested in Barking on Sunday.

Biritsh Prime Minister Theresa May confirmed Monday morning that 11 people were in custody. Nearly all are from Barking, where at least two of the attackers lived. All three have been claimed by the Islamic State group.

Trump did not mention the mayor when speaking after a gala event at Washington's Ford's Theatre later on Sunday, where he condemned the attacks as an "evil slaughter".

"We will change and adapt to what appears to be a new reality for us", she said.

"We got blocked in".

"It is time to say enough is enough", she said. Luckily she had a full fridge.

"I think Londoners have pulled together like we always do and have handled this well, even though we all feel the pain".

Seven people were killed and dozens injured in the attack on London Bridge and the Borough Market area of central London on Saturday night. As well as carrying knives, the attackers wore fake suicide vests, created to spread more fear.

One woman, who didn't want to be named, said he stared angrily whenever he saw women cycling on the estate.

The move by the imams and the religious leaders came as senior Muslims and community leaders said they would redouble efforts to root out extremism in their communities after the attack in London. Italian officials said suspicions about him had been shared with British authorities. "However, there was no intelligence to suggest that this attack was being planned and the investigation had been prioritized accordingly", British police said in a statement.

During that time, police numbers have dropped by roughly 20,000 officers, and the number of armed officers has fallen as well.

She said the U.K.'s national threat level remained at severe on Monday, which "means that a terrorist attack is highly likely". New data from pollsters YouGov said the United Kingdom could be headed for a hung parliament, with no one party having overall control. "We have had to close police stations, sell police buildings and we've lost thousands of police staff".

It was lowered once intelligence agencies were comfortable this wasn't the case.

Police have named the three London Bridge attack suspects as Youssef Zaghba.

While reports in the Irish press stated that one of the three attackers has a Scottish wife. Holly Jones, a BBC reporter who was on the bridge as the attack took place, said the van drove at high speed, veering into pedestrians.

(AP Photo/Tim Ireland). A child looks at the floral tributes after a vigil for victims of Saturday's attack in London Bridge, at Potter's Field Park in London, Monday, June 5, 2017.

"This was an attack on London and England, but it was also an attack on the free world", she said.