Via La Stampa, an Italian publication, with an English translation:
London falls back into the nightmare attacks. Twelve years after the attack by Islamic suicide bombers in the metro of the British capital and exactly one year from Brussels attacks, just before the 16 Italian time, a car has run over the crowd at Westminster Bridge, crowded with tourists, only to crash into Parliament of the gate, a short walk from Big Ben. According to the police reconstruction, the man at the wheel, identified as Abu Izzadeen (Trevor Brooks), a British citizen, aged 42, was dressed in black, and fell from the vehicle with a knife. He injured an agent in the backyard of Westminster, trying to get into Parliament, and was then shot dead by police. A woman invested died, but a police official said the death toll is likely to rise, among them also stabbed agent. At least ten wounded. Scotland Yard said that it will treat the case as a “terrorist attack, until they emerge else.” The Italian Consulate, in collaboration with the Foreign Ministry is verifying the presence of Italian citizens on the spot
It's not like people weren't warned.
Trevor Brooks, also known as Abu Izzadeen, an infamous Islamist extremist who was jailed in 2008 for financing terrorism, was stopped by officers on Saturday at Lokoshaza – a crossing point on the Hungarian border – while bound for Romania on a train.
When the 44-year-old was stopped Saturday, he reportedly presented officers with Islam’s Holy Book as his form of identification.
Izzadeen, a London-born former Christian who converted to Islam on the eve of his 18th birthday, was with a second British man, according to Hungarian authorities.
He is believed to be Simon Keeler who has also served time in prison for funding terrorism.
Keeler, 44, was acquitted in July of planning to travel to Syria to join ISIS after being found in the back of a lorry at Dover.
However, he was jailed for 15 months after admitting possession of false identity documents.
Police said the pair were both were barred from leaving Britain without permission. The two men were taken into custody by Hungarian police because they did not have legal documents entitling them to stay in the EU member state.
Then there’s this:
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Update: Major media oops here, if true.