Seven people were killed and dozens wounded.
The terrorist was a home-grown jihadi who came from Pakistan as a child but was brought up in the United Kingdom, the report said.
Redouane's age was not immediately known because he gave two different dates of birth.
She said providing more firearms for London police wouldn't be a sensible solution to the increased tempo of attacks, saying the strategy of having special mobile units of heavily armed officers is effective. He is expected to survive.
Most of the London Underground stations in the neighbourhood where the attack took place reopened on Monday.
Prime Minister Theresa May warned that the country faced a new threat from copycat attacks. "As one expert has said, this not a radicalisation of Islam, but Islamisation of radicalism".
May tried to deflect the pressure onto Corbyn, a pacifist who has opposed some security legislation in parliament and expressed reservations in the past about police responding to armed attackers with "shoot-to-kill" tactics. "Then I heard shooting and I saw an American guy get shot in the head". This is still unconfirmed by the U.S. Embassy, NBC News reports. The charges the others face remain unclear.
It followed President Trump deriding and misrepresenting Khan's attempt to calm Londoners after the attack.
"However, there was no intelligence to suggest that this attack was being planned", they said, adding. One of the things police and all of us need to do is make sure we are as safe as we possibly can be.
Harun Khan, secretary general of the MCB, said it was in everyone's interest to stop the perpetrators of such attacks: "We are all grappling with this hateful ideology. MSM is working hard to sell it!", Trump said in a Tweet.
A woman from Brisbane reportedly became separated from her friends on London Bridge, according to The Sydney Morning Herald.
A third suspect who was shot and killed by officers has not been identified.
Eighteen people remain in a critical condition and a further 18 are still being treated in hospital after the attack, British health authorities said on Monday. Canadian Chrissy Archibald was the first victim to be named.
"We grieve the loss of our attractive, loving daughter and sister".
Candice Hedge's father tells The Courier Mail (http://bit.ly/2s9xPF6) that his daughter was hiding under a table at a restaurant when one of the attackers came up behind her and slashed her throat with a knife.