British  deputy prime minister Nick Clegg  said Islam was “perverted” by the two men who were shot by police in the wake of the murder of soldier Lee Rigby in Woolwich. Photograph: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images

Leaders of Britain’s Muslim and Christian communities united yesterday in condemnation of the murder of soldier Lee Rigby by Muslim extremists.(...)

Rebecca Rigby,  wife of murdered soldier Lee Rigby, grieves during a family press conference at the Regimental HQ of his unit, the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers today. Photograph: Dave Thompson - WPA Pool/Getty Images

Two women arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to murder British soldier Lee Rigby (25) in London on Wednesday have been released without charge(...)

Britain’s prime minister David Cameron prepares to speak in front of 10 Downing Street yesterday. Photograph: Olivia Harris/Reuters

The brutal killing of a British soldier in Woolwich has been condemned by leading Muslim organisations in Bri(...)

A man pays his respects outside Woolwich Barracks in London yesterday. Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images

Two people have been arrested and six homes raided by British police investigating the brutal killi(...)

A police forensics officer investigates a crime scene where one man was killed in Woolwich, southeast London.

British military have been ordered to step up security dramatically following yesterday’s brutal attack in southeast London in which a soldier was (...)