May also vowed that Parliament would continue as normal, despite the attack.
Rob Lyon describes how he survived an attack in the heart of British democracy.
Abuse victims will suffer as a result of the failed U.K. police investigation, Harvey Proctor said.
News that police abandoned their investigation into Cyril Smith comes as no surprise to many campaigners.
The Metropolitan Police referred themselves to the watchdog over 16 allegations.
The hacker group is seeking to expose the perpetrators of historic abuse online.
Lowell Goddard is the third person to head the inquiry after the previous two were forced to quit.
Campaigners also criticised "patronising" comments from Baroness Butler-Sloss the former head of the inquiry
The poll confirms a seismic shift in Scottish politics away from the Westminster parties
They are investigating reports of a high profile paedophile in Westminster during the 70s and 80s
Victims say that calls for changes to be made to the way the inquiry is being carried out have fallen on deaf ears
In a letter to Theresa May the victims said the current inquiry was 'not fit for purpose'
The scandal has gathered pace after a father said his son may have been murdered by a VIP paedophile ring
Police announced that an inquiry launched two years ago into paedophile rings involving powerful public figures now includes a murder investigation
Will a proposed ban on the sale of tobacco within the tiny town of Westminster become the nation's first?
Alex Salmond, out-going First Minister of Scotland and figurehead of the independence movement, plots his next moves against the British state
The first minister-to-be accused the Conservatives of leaving women worse off, arguing that women bear the brunt of benefit cuts
If the general election were held tomorrow Labour would lose 36 seats, with those of several key figures under threat, according to a new poll
HIV positive people shouldn't be allowed to come to Britain, says the Ukip leader in an explosive interview with Newsweek Europe