David Cameron chairs meeting of emergencies committee following discovery of suspicious packages

The Argus: David Cameron chairs meeting of emergencies committee following discovery of suspicious packages David Cameron chairs meeting of emergencies committee following discovery of suspicious packages

It has been confirmed Prime Minister David Cameron has chaired a meeting of the Government's Cobra emergencies committee to discuss the packages, Downing Street said.

It follows the discovery of seven suspicious packages across the UK including one in Brighton.

No details were released of attendees at the Whitehall meeting, but it is thought likely that they included intelligence chiefs as well as Government officials and senior police officers.

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5:50pm Thu 13 Feb 14

john newman says...

The railway is our main artery as I have said before. Goodness knows what havoc would occur if we lost that link. Packages are one threat but the flooding occurring elsewhere would be even more troublesome if like Dawlish we lost our link.
The railway is our main artery as I have said before. Goodness knows what havoc would occur if we lost that link. Packages are one threat but the flooding occurring elsewhere would be even more troublesome if like Dawlish we lost our link. john newman

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