Mayor of London Sadiq Khan says he “utterly condemns” acts of terrorism in the wake of an attack on Parliament this morning.

Mr Khan made the comments after a man was arrested when a car crashed into security barriers in Westminster at 7.37am this morning.

Two people were injured but do not have life threatening injuries.

Mr Khan said: “All Londoners, like me, utterly condemn all acts of terrorism on our city.

“The response of Londoners today shows that we will never be cowed, intimidated or divided by any terrorist attack.”

“My heartfelt thanks goes to the brave first responders who were so quickly on the scene following the attack.”

Mr Khan said he will continue to be in close contact with the Metropolitan Police Commissioner, Transport for London (TfL) and the emergency services.