Britain to hold emergency response meeting after Paris attacks
Britain will hold a government crisis meeting on Sunday to assess the response after attacks in Paris killed at least 129 people
Britain will hold a government crisis meeting on Sunday chaired by Home Secretary Theresa May to assess the response after attacks in Paris killed at least 129 people, a government source said.
“The Home Secretary [Theresa May] will chair a COBR tomorrow morning on the Paris attacks and the government’s response,” the source said.
Prime Minister David Cameron had chaired an initial COBR meeting on the attacks earlier on Saturday, saying afterwards Britain would stick with its existing threat level of ‘severe’.
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