Man wanted for assault after driving away with police officer on his bonnet

Man wanted for assault after driving away with police officer on his bonnet

Merton Police urgently want to speak with Sean Clarke-Arrindell in connection with a serious assault of a police officer on Tuesday, June 13.While officers tried to apprehend Clarke-Arrindell in a Waitrose Car park in Wimbledon, he drove off at speed with an officer holding onto the cars bonnet.The officer was then thrown from the car as it made off. The officer is now recovering from the minor injuries sustained. Jun 19, 2017
Theresa May on mosque attack: Hatred and evil of this kind will never succeed

Theresa May on mosque attack: Hatred and evil of this kind will never succeed

UK Prime Minister Theresa May has reiterated her message to the public that terrorism must not divide the country, as she spoke outside of Number 10 on 19 June. May was addressing the media in the wake of an attack by a man driving a van who rammed into worshippers near a mosque in Finsbury Park in North London. Jun 19, 2017
Theresa May on mosque attack: Hatred and evil of this kind will never succeed

Theresa May on mosque attack: Hatred and evil of this kind will never succeed

UK Prime Minister Theresa May has reiterated her message to the public that terrorism must not divide the country, as she spoke outside of Number 10 on 19 June. May was addressing the media in the wake of an attack by a man driving a van who rammed into worshippers near a mosque in Finsbury Park in North London. Jun 19, 2017
Theresa May on mosque attack: Hatred and evil of this kind will never succeed

Theresa May on mosque attack: Hatred and evil of this kind will never succeed

UK Prime Minister Theresa May has reiterated her message to the public that terrorism must not divide the country, as she spoke outside of Number 10 on 19 June. May was addressing the media in the wake of an attack by a man driving a van who rammed into worshippers near a mosque in Finsbury Park in North London. Jun 19, 2017
Theresa May on mosque attack: Hatred and evil of this kind will never succeed

Theresa May on mosque attack: Hatred and evil of this kind will never succeed

UK Prime Minister Theresa May has reiterated her message to the public that terrorism must not divide the country, as she spoke outside of Number 10 on 19 June. May was addressing the media in the wake of an attack by a man driving a van who rammed into worshippers near a mosque in Finsbury Park in North London. Jun 19, 2017