22-year-old Metropolitan Police Constable Ben Hannam admits to possession of an indecent image of a child, and a judge accordingly lifts reporting restrictions designed to allow a fair trial, revealing that Hannam became the first serving UK officer to be convicted of a terror offence after being found guilty at the Old Bailey of National Action membership.
Police have arrested at least 104 protesters during "Million Mask March" in central London. A large police presence remains in place near Trafalgar Square where the protest was dispersed shortly after 07:00 p.m. GMT.
London's Metropolitan Police reports that around 200 books worth £2.5 million were recovered from a house in Neamț County, Romania. The books, believed to have been stolen by Romanian gangs from a London warehouse in January 2017, include first editions by Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei and English scientist Isaac Newton, and sketches by Spanish painter Francisco Goya.
Following a battery short circuit causing an explosion a London Underground station last night, a 26-year-old man is arrested and bailed on suspicion of causing it deliberately to cause damage or endanger life. Metropolitan Police counterterror investigators hand the probe back to British Transport Police, concluding the incident which injured five was not a terror attack.
A report by Max Hill QC, an independent reviewer of terrorism legislation, reviewing the police response to the March 2017 Westminster attack, concludes that the arrests of 12 people cleared of involvement were appropriate, as was the questioning of them on their religious beliefs.