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Appeal: Anti-terror bollards approved for Belgravia

Germany's embassy in London

The installation of collapsible anti-terror bollards outside the German Embassy in London has been retroactively approved.

The bollards are located inside Chesham Mews, which passes through the German embassy building, next to its rear wall. The reason for their installation, according to the appellant, is that following the UK government's raising of the terror threat level to ‘severe’ in August 2014, the embassy sought to prevent a possible terror attack by which a car armed with explosives could .....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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