Home Secretary Statement on Paris Terrorist Attacks With permission, Mr Speaker, I would like to make a statement about the terrorist attacks in Paris, our response and the threat we face from terrorism in the United Kingdom.
Foreign Travel Advice – France On Friday 13 November, a number of terrorist incidents took place in Paris resulting in widespread casualties. British nationals are advised to exercise caution in public places and follow the advice of the local authorities.
COBRA Meeting 15 November – UK Response to Terrorist Attacks COBR met this morning to review the latest situation in Paris and the UK’s response following the terrorist attacks.
COBRA Meeting on Paris Attacks and call with President Hollande: 14 November Following the horrific atrocities in Paris last night, the Prime Minister chaired COBR this morning to assess what we know about what happened and to review the UK’s response.
Government Guidance Following Paris Terrorist Attacks UK Message following the attacks in Paris 13 November 2015.
Prime Minister Statement on Paris Terrorist Attack The events in Paris are the worst act of violence in France since the Second World War. The worst terrorist attack in Europe for a decade. A horrifying and sickening attack.
Terrorist Attacks in Paris – COBRA Meeting Today A major terrorist attack took place in Paris yesterday. With figures still yet to be formalised, it appears 120 – 140 people have been killed, and 100 injured.
Operation Stack – New Measures Taken Manston Airfield will provide short term additional capacity to Operation Stack for freight traffic on its way to the Port of Dover.
David Cameron Speaks with President Hollande About Calais Prime Minister David Cameron spoke with President Hollande about the situation in Calais and around the Eurotunnel entrance at Coquelles.
David Cameron – Terrorism in France and Tunisia Before I start, let me comment briefly on the appalling events that have taken place in France and Tunisia. Our hearts all go out to the victims of these appalling terrorist acts.