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The first call to the emergency services took place at 10:07pm. Nine minutes later the attackers were shot by police.
Right-wing media outlets have largely backed the prime minister, but their stories are sinking on social media.
Jeremy Corbyn's 128-page policy document is an unexpected viral hit, according to the BuzzFeed News Social Barometer.
A BuzzFeed News analysis has found that the Labour leader has visited none of the 40 seats the party is most at risk of losing, and just two of the 100 most vulnerable.
TL;DR: You'd need more young people than are actually alive right now to vote in order to force a Labour win.
The latest edition of the BuzzFeed News Social Barometer shows that hope for increased turnout among young voters is dominating social media.
UKIP is not standing a candidate in at least 29 key marginals where the party's vote share could be enough to swing the seat to the Conservatives.
Throughout the general election campaign, we'll be tracking the most viral stories being shared online about the election – and looking into what it tells us about how we get our news now.
Labour is struggling in the polls and suffered big losses in the local elections – but that's not what you'd think if you spent much time on Facebook, according to the BuzzFeed News Social Barometer.
TL;DR: Today is a good day to be a Conservative, and not such a great day to be anyone else.
This is what newspaper advertising tells us about Conservative campaign tactics – and which constituencies they're targeting.
There may be little doubt about the final result, but the 2017 election will be like no other. BuzzFeed News crunched the numbers to show the key themes and battles. (Updated with new Welsh polling).
Charities based in London are set to receive £2,139,618 in funding from the tax. Scottish charities will receive less than half that amount.
All the excitement of Brexit, but in comic form.
What the prime minister's letter triggering Brexit tells us about how we're going to leave the EU.
"Trigger your own personal article 50 by doing something irreversible without really any idea why or how you're going to do it."
A new poll shows Remain and Leave voters agree they want free trade and an end to free movement – but disagree on which should take priority if the UK has to choose.
Just say what you see.
"The so-called 'tolerant left' motioned as if they threw the ball, but when I ran to where the ball should have been, there was no ball."