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>> UK armed police quickly descended on a car that drove into a security barrier outside Parliament on Tuesday, arresting the driver before leading him away. The man, in his late 20s, was being held on suspicion of terrorist offenses, police later said.>> Our priority now is to formally establish the identity of the subject, and establish his motivation, if we can.
He is not currently cooperating. On the details that we have at the moment, we don't believe this person was known to either MI5 or counter terrorism police.>> Two people were injured, but neither seriously.>> In my opinion, it was deliberate. He didn't swerve into it, it was a direct hit.
>> No weapons have so far been found at the scene, police said. Parliament was cordoned off, but as it's in summer recess, few lawmakers were in attendance. London's political district has witnessed similar scenes before. In March last year, Khalid Masood killed four people when he drove through crowds on nearby Westminster Bridge.
He then stabbed a police officer to death in the Parliament grounds, before being shot dead. The UK is on its second highest threat level of severe.