Here is what we know about the incidents in Westminster, which are being treated by police as terrorism.Read more
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That's all for today from the BBC Live service for Hampshire, the Isle of Wight and Dorset.
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Southampton Itchen Royston Smith MP has just been speaking to BBC South's Sally Taylor.
He said: "I was walking between the Palace and Portcullis House. I saw what I now know to be the attacker lying near the gate of the Palace of Westminster.
"I was initially struck by how many police there were. There was a lot of noise and commotion and police were telling people to get inside and get out of the way."
The Conservative MP said members are still in lockdown.
"I still don't know if we're being cleared to be released but it is a crime scene outside", he added.
- Bournemouth MP Tobias Ellwood tried to resuscitate a police officer injured in this afternoon's suspected terror attack at Westminster - other MPs from across Hampshire, Dorset and the Isle of Wight have been in lock down at the House of Commons
- Southampton-based Ordnance Survey has said it needs to cut about 70 jobs - 6% of the workforce - as part of a restructuring programme
- A referendum will be held over which councils offer services in part of Dorset
- Two bookmarks promoting male and female-only novels have been criticised as "sexist" by a Hampshire author
- A giant crack that first appeared on a cliff top on Dorset's Jurassic Coast a year ago has developed into a significant landslip
- Nathan Redmond says he's ready to make his England debut if he's given the chance tonight - the winger is one of four Southampton players that could feature for Gareth Southgate's side in a friendly against Germany
- Bournemouth midfielder Sam Matthews believes his loan spell at Eastleigh will prove to be an important part of his footballing education
- Havant and Waterlooville can move back to the top of the Isthmian Premier League with a win at Dulwich Hamlet tonight
- Poole Pirates opened their doors to the press and public today ahead of the new Speedway season which begins next week - all seven riders were formally introduced at the club's Wimborne Road home
Two bookmarks promoting male and female-only novels have been criticised as "sexist" by a Hampshire author.
One of the county council-produced bookmarks features the words "Male Lit" and the names of 18 male authors, while the "Chick Lit" bookmark only mentions female writers.
Author Lucy Cruickshanks, who found the bookmarks at Eastleigh Library, said: "Everything about them wound me up".
Hampshire Libraries said they were being withdrawn.
The rudder of a shipwrecked 17th Century merchant vessel which was raised from the seabed off the Dorset coast has returned to Poole ready to go on public display.
The so-called Swash Channel Wreck was discovered in a sand and shingle bank outside Poole Harbour.
Its 8.4m (28ft) rudder, carved with the image of a man's face, has been undergoing conservation work in York since it was raised in 2013 .
It is due to go on show with other recovered artefacts in Poole Museum tomorrow.
The ship is thought to have been a Dutch merchant vessel which foundered in a storm.
An elderly man suffered broken bones when he was attacked by a man in Basingstoke.
The 75-year-old suffered a broken collar bone and wrist and cuts to his head after he was pushed from behind in Abbey Road, Popley, on Monday morning.
Police said, before the attack, the victim had shouted at a dog that had barked at him. He then became aware of a man following him and shouting in anger. The victim started to run but was pushed over and lost consciousness.
The assailant is described as being in his late teens to early 20s, with black hair and of slim build.
A businessman cleared of manslaughter by gross negligence after his friend was killed in a powerboat crash has said the incident will "haunt" him for ever.
Following his acquittal, a statement from Mr Brown read outside the court said: "Ryan McKinlay was a friend I had known for more than 20 years.
"Ryan's death will haunt me for the rest of my life but I know that nothing will compare with his family's loss.
"My thoughts are, and always have been, with them."
This from BBC South's Peter Henley:
Police have confirmed four people have now died in the London attack.
Windsor MP Adam Afriyie described being 30 metres away from the attacker in Palace Yard next to "good friend" Bournemouth MP Tobias Ellwood who had "a mission in mind".
He also said: "We need to show parliament will never be cowered by situations like this".
Mr Ellwood is understood to have tried to resuscitate an injured police officer, who has since died.
The BBC understands that a police officer who was stabbed in Parliament earlier on Wednesday has died.
Tobias Ellwood was seen trying to help one of the victims of the incident outside the House of Commons this afternoon.
A Press Association photographer captured these images of the Bournemouth MP.
BBC Hampshire political reporter
New Forest West MP Desmond Swayne, Portsmouth South MP Flick Drummond, North East Hampshire Ranil Jayawardena, Southampton MP Royston Smith and Winchester MP Steve Brine are all in the chamber at the House of Commons with armed police outside the door.
They are being moved in groups of 20, according to Desmond Swayne.
He doesn't know where they are going.
Some of the MPs from across Hampshire, Dorset and the Isle of Wight have tweeted following this afternoon's shooting.
For the latest information on the suspected terror attack at Westminster, click here .
A woman has died and a number of other people are hurt - some with "catastrophic" injuries, a doctor at St Thomas Hospital has said.
Bournemouth MP Tobias Ellwood tried to resuscitate an injured police officer, the BBC understands.
A woman has died on Westminster Bridge in central London in what police are treating as a terrorist incident .
A police officer was also stabbed in the nearby Houses of Parliament by an attacker, who was shot by police.
The attacker struck several pedestrians as he drove a car across the bridge, before crashing it into railings.
A doctor at St Thomas' Hospital said a number of other people were hurt - some with "catastrophic" injuries.
Bournemouth MP Tobias Ellwood tried to resuscitate a police officer injured in this afternoon's suspected terror attack at Westminster .
The Foreign Office minister gave mouth-to-mouth and tried to stem the blood flow from "multiple stab wounds", the BBC understands.
Mr Ellwood was pictured with blood on his head by Hugh Dickinson, who posted the image on Twitter .
His office said he had received a "bump" and would comment later.
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The sounds of the 16th Century can now be heard at The Vyne near Basingstoke.
A Tudor church service has been recreated in a new soundscape inside the house's chapel.
Visitors can hear the mass, just as King Henry the Eighth would have done when he visited.
National Trust staff have been raising money for Comic Relief - by doing the Conga on the top of Golden Cap, the highest point on the Dorset coast.
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Thanks to BBC Weather Watchers "Janes garden", "Bracken Sue" and "Phee Nomennaa" for their snaps across the sea at Ventnor on the Isle of Wight, shaded daffodils in Morcombelake, Dorset, and rolling hills in Warnford, Hampshire.
Businesses are missing out on thousands of pounds worth of support with business rates, according to a council.
East Hampshire District Council said some firms were unaware of money-saving schemes put in place to help small businesses.
Economic development councillor Glynis Watts said: "There are numerous types of rate relief, especially for small businesses or those that are struggling.
“There are also ways to appeal against a business’s rateable value and ways to soften any sudden changes."
A businessman whose friend died when a jet-powered boat crashed into a luxury cruiser has been cleared of manslaughter by gross negligence.
Ryan McKinlay, from Gosport, died in the accidental crash off the Isle of Wight in 2015.
He was a passenger on the rigid inflatable boat driven by Aaron Brown, 34, which was performing manoeuvres.
Mr Brown was found not guilty following a trial at Winchester Crown Court.
Two Southampton flyovers are to close overnight for essential repairs .
Millbrook flyover will be closed for four nights from Monday.
Works on Redbridge causeway will take place over four nights from Monday 3 April.
Signed diversion routes will be in place.