But May has insisted London police were happy with their resources and counter-terrorism budgets have been protected. "One whole day", she said. "Followed by about 20 shots, Some sounded distant".
Terrorists brought carnage to the streets of Britain for the second time in as many weeks, killing seven and leaving 21 fighting for their lives.
The attack, claimed by the Islamic State group, saw three men wearing fake suicide vests use a white van to mow down people on London Bridge and then slash and stab revellers enjoying a Saturday night in the bustling Borough Market area.
United Kingdom police revealed on Monday the identities of two attackers that helped carry out Saturday's terrorist attack in London.
The men were shot and killed by responding armed police officers.
Seven people were killed in Saturday's onslaught and 48 injured were taken to hospital. Others who had been arrested were released without being charged.
May said there was no clear evidence that the three attacks were operationally connected.
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Christine Archibald, a 30-year-old Canadian who had worked in a shelter for the homeless before moving to Europe to be with her fiancé, was the first of those who died to be named.
"We cannot and must not pretend that things can continue as they are", she said, adding there was "far too much tolerance of extremism in our country". She had room in her heart for everyone and believed strongly that every person was to be valued and respected.
Julie Fidler, who stood in the crowd with her friend Barbro Perkins, said the attacks had not changed her love of the city.
Network Rail said London Bridge rail and London Underground stations reopened at 5am but the rail station will be exit only.
Deadly attacks by Islamist militants in Paris, Nice, Brussels, Berlin, Manchester and London over recent years have shocked Europeans already anxious over security challenges from mass immigration and pockets of domestic Islamist radicalism. But that spirit of resolve has been sorely tested by a string of terrorist attacks that's left a growing sense of anger that not enough is being done to protect people.
All those arrested on June 4, as part of the London attack investigation, have been released, according to a statement released by London Metropolitan Police on Monday. One neighbour, Assim Uddin, said Mr. Butt had recently become more devout, cleaning up his appearance and swapping casual clothes for more traditional garments.
Butt was one of 3000 subjects of interest in terrorism investigations - but police said he was not perceived as a priority as they had no intelligence to suggest that he and his co-conspirators were planning a terror attack.