The Anonymous Widower

Bolting The Stable Door

After the murder of Airey Neave in the Palace of Westminster by a bomb, many people felt that the car park was a security risk.

The attacker yesterday, who murdered PC Keith Palmer, would have been unable to enter the grounds of the Palace of Westminster if that road entrance and the car park had been closed.

The attacker might have caused more carnage to members of the public and others, but I suspect he would have met the same fate fairly quickly, as there are always armed officers around that area, outside of the Palace.

Nearly two years ago, I wrote What Are We Going To Do With The Palace Of Westminster?

What I said then was probably the rantings of a madman, but after the events of yesterday, we need to act in a very radical manner to preserve our fragile democracy.

March 23, 2017 - Posted by | World | ,

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