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Lee Rigby inquest: Soldier had been working at Tower of London on day of death

Murdered soldier Lee Rigby was killed as he returned to his barracks after a day working at the Tower of London, it was revealed today.

A police van carrying Michael Adebowale arrives at the Westminster Magistrates Court in London

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Adebowale was shot by armed police after a British army soldier was hacked to death outside the Woolwich barracks last week

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One of the defendants is thought to have spent time at Woolwich whilst serving

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Supporters of the English Defence League marched through central London today.

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