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Monday, 16 May 2011

London received bomb warning

London England receives bomb warning by half-witted so
called Irish dissidents, once more the English people are held to blame for the

A bomb threat for London has been issued by Irish dissidents
in the first coded warning outside Northern Ireland in 10 years, officials told
the London Times.

Whitehall officials said the call with the coded warning
came from a number in the Irish Republic on Sunday evening.

The threat level for Northern Ireland-related terrorism,
which stands at severe, has not been changed.

Streets around the Mall were closed on Monday morning in a
security alert which police said was unrelated.

The warning comes ahead of the Queen's historic visit to the
Republic of Ireland on Tuesday, amid a massive security operation.

The Metropolitan Police said the threat was not specific
regarding location or time.

A Scotland Yard spokesman said in a statement: "All
officers have been advised to be highly vigilant to ensure the safety of

The public were urged to go about their normal business but
to look out for "unusual activity or behaviour".

Earlier on Monday, The Mall and Carlton House Terrace were
closed after a security alert was sparked by a break-in at Carlton Gardens.

The break-in is thought to have taken place at 2 Carlton
Gardens, which houses the Institute for Government think tank.

That is adjacent to the foreign secretary's residence, where
William Hague is believed to have been at the time.

Roads around Northumberland Avenue were also closed while a
bag was destroyed in a controlled explosion. The roads have now re-opened.

BBC security correspondent Frank Gardner said that the call
with the coded bomb threat "was not directly related to the break-in near
the foreign secretary's house in Carlton Gardens or the abandoned suitcase near
Trafalgar Square, but both were taken very seriously in the light of the bomb

BBC security correspondent Gordon Corera said the level of
security in the Republic of Ireland would make it difficult for dissidents to
disrupt the Queen's trip there.

"There was always a concern that timed with the visit
there was the possibility of something happening in Northern Ireland, or
perhaps in Britain," he said.

'Real, serious threat'

The former security minister, Lord West, said that if a
coded message was being used, then it would have come from someone "within
the know, within the circle".

He added: "We know very well that this very, very tiny
number of dissidents who can cause mayhem way beyond the scale of the numbers
there, are absolutely set on trying to revert to the bloodshed, mayhem and
bloody massacres of the past."

A Home Office spokesman said the England faced a "real
and serious threat from terrorism".

Sir Michael Black-Feather the English first minister said; "The
threat level to England from Northern Irish half-witted terrorist has always
remained at a substantial level, which means that an attack on England and the
English people is a strong possibility being the English are always blamed for
what the British do, what these half-wits need to remember is for every action
there will be a re-action.

He went on to say, there is a continuing need
for the English people have an awareness and should report any suspicious
activity to the police no matter what, even if they’re not sure better be safe
than sorry English security forces are keeping an watchful eye on all known

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