The foiled suicide plot comes after four attacks in the U.K. claimed by the Islamic State militant group (ISIS) this year.
Despite strong feelings against the president in Britain after a twitterstorm, plans for a visit to the U.K. remain unchanged.
Jayda Fransen had gained more than seven thousand followers in less than six hours.
"It's probably the single most important object that we found."
King Henry VIII, who beheaded two of his six wives, is buried in the chapel where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will marry.
Britons paid around $27 million for the protection of Prince William and Kate Middleton's 2011 wedding.
People were reported to be running away from the area but the panic proved to be unfounded.
The preacher still has dozens of sermons on the video-sharing platform, months after the deadly assault.
In 2015, the French far-right leader tweeted "Daesh is THIS!"—using an Arabic acronym for ISIS—along with photos.
The British defense minister has resigned over the allegations, but people speaking out are calling for culture change and better processes for reporting abuse.
Media reports indicated that jihadis had mentioned the young royal's school as a target.
The change on Sunday morning will give Europeans an extra hour in bed.
The guards are to be trained to spot suspicious behavior by potential attackers.
The U.K. is experiencing some of its highest crime rates in decades.
The Royal College of Psychiatrists responded to a Buzzfeed interview with a man who was forced to go through electric-shock aversion therapy.
Ummariyat Mirza and his wife-to-be argued regularly about which one of them was more devoted to the jihadi cause.
The device was packed with more than a kilogram of shrapnel.
The Royal Air Force confirmed two jets tailed the flight.
"I never think it's helpful for anyone to speculate," Prime Minister Theresa May said.
The president was quick to condemn the attack on a London subway train.
Passengers post images of a bucket as the suspected cause of the blast after a reported fireball in west London.
"The French had their army ready, the Dutch had their navy ready, meanwhile Theresa May watched the cricket," said one lawmaker.