Charlie Hebdo Uk Tightens Border Security To Prevent Paris Murder Suspects Entering Country

Charlie Hebdo: UK tightens border security to prevent Paris murder suspects entering country

Charlie Hebdo: UK tightens border security to prevent Paris murder suspects entering country

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The UK has strengthened security at the border with France to ensure the Charlie Hebdo shooting suspect do not enter the country.

Home Secretary Theresa May announced there will be extra searches and scanning of cars and lorries at ports and train terminals in the wake of yesterday”s atrocity in Paris in which 12 people were murdered.

The terrorist threat level in the UK will remain at severe, which means an attack is highly likely.

Separately, the British secret service is offering its French counterparts its full support.

Andrew Parker, director general of MI5, said: “It is too early for us to come to judgments about the precise details or origin of the attack but it is a terrible reminder of the intentions of those who wish us harm.

"As you would expect, we are offering our French colleagues our full support as they respond.”

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