Securing public spaces
Tony Kingham explores what can be done to make public spaces more secure from terrorist attacks
The flurry of terrorist attacks around Europe in recent months is worrying, but perhaps one appalling atrocity in particular should have the authorities more concerned than others. It was not just the terrible loss of life and the targeting of families with children in Nice that makes it stand out, but it is the choice of weapon. Terrorists have used low-tech weapons before including knives and vehicles, but what will have been noted by other would-be terrorists is that if . . .