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Parson's Green
marymary100 - 15-9-2017 at 07:58

Too early to call but reports of an explosion in West London.


http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-41278545



Quote:

Police are investigating an "incident" on a District Line underground train at Parsons Green, south-west London.
Officers and ambulance service are on the scene following reports on social media of an "explosion" in a carriage.
Transport for London tweeted: "We are investigating an incident at Parsons Green.


John_Little - 15-9-2017 at 08:49

That's odd. There hasn't been anything on the news and we've been listening since 6:30 this morning.


scholar - 17-9-2017 at 00:29

I've seen a lot about it, here.

Thank God the bomb did not explode as effectively as it might have!kewl_glasses

I've seen a report that says the harm was increased by injuries as people fled.:(


Nimuae - 17-9-2017 at 05:53

Rumour has it they have arrested someone.


John_Little - 17-9-2017 at 07:57

More than a rumour. 18 year old lad arrested in Dover. The adopted son of an elderly couple who have been awarded OBEs for their adoption stuff.


marymary100 - 17-9-2017 at 09:07

Fostered I believe. They have also arrested 21 year old and although Trump couldn't keep his big mouth shut the younger chap was under surveillance.


LSemmens - 17-9-2017 at 10:27

I've not seen much news in the last week, I think I saw something about this on my way to the airport this morning.


scholar - 18-9-2017 at 17:55

Quote:
Originally posted by marymary100
Fostered I believe. They have also arrested 21 year old and although Trump couldn't keep his big mouth shut the younger chap was under surveillance.

Someone in his administration did wrong previously and the UK leadership didn't want to share information after that.

It is careless and irresponsible for Trump or anyone under him to let out such sensitive information. rant0000

This is especially bad insofar as Trump has suffered from leaks, himself, and so should know better from the personal experience. If the problem is solved by shutting the U.S. out, then there will be better security in the UK, but any help the U.S. could be is forfeited, and our traditional close relationship will have suffered.


Katzy - 18-9-2017 at 20:08

I think it's suffered, irreparably, already.

Trust, once lost, is incredibly difficult to regain.