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Issue No: 1

22 September 2017

Publications and Announcements

  • Public Health England has issued its regular bulletin on Emergency Department (A&E) attendance
  • The Rail Accident Investigation Branch has published a report into the dangerous occurrence at Bank DLR station in February 2017
  • The Attorney General’s Office has called for evidence on the impact of social media on justice
  • The Prime Minister has made a speech at the UN about the need to deny terrorists the use of the internet
  • The Home Office has published details of the use of police Counter Terrorism powers in the period to June 2017
  • The Home Secretary has announced additional funding for counter terrorism policing

In the Media

  • A significant acid leak has occurred at Hull Docks
  • The death toll in the Grenfell Tower fire may be less than first predicted
  • An Inquest has heard of the problems caused by the IT failure in London Ambulance Service on New Year’s Eve
  • The BBC has reported on a new New IRA under vehicle device
  • A BA flight was evacuated and searched after a threat in Paris
  • A suspicious item led to an extended closure of the M1 resulting in major inconvenience and large scale economic impact:
  • A senior police officer in Australia has described an attack as ‘inevitable’
  • Taha Hussein from Slough has been sentenced to four and half years in prison for terrorism offences
  • A total of six people have been arrested in connection with the Parsons Green bomb and two have been released without charge

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