A vigil will be held in Oxford tonight for the victims and their families after Wednesday's attack in Westminster.
Officials Reject HS2 Woodland Worries
The Department of Transport says it won't create 30 hectares of woodland for every ONE destroyed in building HS2.
It claims there's not enough evidence in a conservation report which found the ancient forests affected are irreplaceble.
Government conservation agency Natural England published a review warning that ancient woodland - areas that have been continuously wooded since 1600 - was irreplaceable.
A Department for Transport spokesman said: ``We agree with the vast majority of the recommendations in the report.
``However, Natural England admit that there is very little evidence to support the recommendation to create 30 hectares of woodland for every one lost in building HS2, and we therefore cannot accept it.
Construction on the controversial high-speed line through Bucks is due to start next year.
hames Valley Police is reviewing security after yesterday's terror attack in London.
Thames Water is set to be fined for polluting the Thames with 1.4 billion litres of raw sewage.
Detectives have been questioning a man over two separate sex assaults in Reading's Prospect Park.
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