Keith Palmer Policeman Terror Attack Westminster
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Keith Palmer Policeman Terror Attack Westminster

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PC Keith Palmer died shortly after tackling a suspected terrorist as he stood guard at one of the entrances to the Houses of Parliament in Westminster on Wednesday afternoon.

He had served in the Royal Artillery and was a former Army colleague and friend of Conservative MP James Cleverley.

Mr Cleverley described Mr Palmer as "a lovely man".

The Ministry of Defence said Keith David Palmer was born on October 3, 1968.

He reached the rank of Bombardier in the Royal Artillery, which he joined in August 1987. He left at his own request in August 2001.

He was part of 100 Regiment Royal Artillery, he was a reservist.

Mr Palmer's name is to be added to the Police Roll of Honour.

A fundraising campaign for his family passed the £500,000 mark in just over 24 hours.

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