British Soldier Hacked to Death in Suspected Terror Attack
LONDON — Prime Minister David Cameron said Britain would be “absolutely resolute” in the face of extremism Thursday, as he vowed security services will not rest until they track down those responsible for the brutal hacking death of a British soldier in London.
Cameron condemned the “sickening attack” and said it had nothing to do with Islam, despite claims made by the two suspected attackers.
The thoughts of the country are with the victim and his family, he said.
Cameron spoke following a crisis meeting of senior officials, as security was increased at army bases around London amid fears that additional attacks could be possible.