Eleven have been charged, but quote of the day goes to the Met's Deputy Assistant Commissioner Peter Clarke:
"I can assure the public that we are doing everything we can to keep you safe so that you can live your lives without being in constant fear.
"The threat from terrorism is real. It is here, it is deadly and it is enduring. We cannot afford to be complacent."
So there's a threat - I should be afraid, shouldn't I?
Maybe if you don't want people to live in fear, you shouldn't tell them they should pretty much expect to get blown up in the next 6 months.