Protecting the public
Gavin Hepburn explores what’s being done to reduce panic and keep people safe in the event of a terror attack
Over the past two years, Western civilisation has been hit by a series of tragic terror attacks. We have seen attacks hit France, Germany, Spain, the US and even at home in the UK. In 2016, terrorists used both vehicles and explosives to cause tragedy and damage in Manchester and London.
While the stiff British upper lip has been encouraging the public to keep calm and carry on, it is evident that the effects of recent attacks . . .