Thursday, June 26, 2008

Extra security at train stations amid terror attack fears

By David Millward, Transport Editor Last Updated: 2:46PM BST 26/06/2008
Teams of police with sniffer dogs and bomb detecting equipment are to patrol the rail network amid fears over a transport system terror plot.
Police sniffer dogs at Waterloo railway station during a terrorist alert
The move, announced by Tom Harris, a transport minister, will see passengers facing tighter checks at a number of stations around the country.
Police will also use their powers under the Terrorism Act to stop and search anyone who arouses suspicion.

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