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Organisers in talks with cops as security stepped up for Royal Highland Show in Edinburgh after recent terror attacks

Security ramped up

Organisers of Scotland’s annual farming and countryside show are in constant talks with cops over security and policing of the event

SECURITY is being ramped up at the Royal Highland Show after recent terror attacks across the UK. Organisers of Scotland s annual farming and countryside show are in constant talks with cops over security and policing of the event.

Organisers In Talks With Cops As Security Stepped Up For Royal Highland Show In Edinburgh After Recent Terror Attacks

This year s show will take place from today until Sunday at at the Royal Highland Centre in Edinburgh and bosses have released a statement reassuring those planning to go. They say they are working closely with cops and are keeping their plans under constant review.

A statement from organisers said: We appreciate that recent events have brought public safety to the front of everyone s minds and we would like to reassure visitors that keeping people safe has always been, and continues to be, our number one priority.

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The security review follows last month s horror bombing at an Ariana Grande gig at the Manchester Arena. A total of 22 innocent victims lost their lives in the blast1 on May 22. Then on June 3, five people were killed and 50 injured when a terrorist drove into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge2 and then stabbed a police officer.

Organisers In Talks With Cops As Security Stepped Up For Royal Highland Show In Edinburgh After Recent Terror Attacks

The Royal Highland Show statement added: The Show has a robust event management plan in place that has been created in collaboration with Police Scotland, our security contractor and other emergency services.

We are reviewing our plans on a regular basis in recognition of the changing external environment.

Any additional security measures likely to impact our guests will be communicated via our social media channels in the run up to the show.


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  1. ^ 22 innocent victims lost their lives in the blast (www.thesun.co.uk)
  2. ^ drove into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge (www.thesun.co.uk)
  3. ^

Organisers in talks with cops as security stepped up for Royal …

Security ramped up

Organisers of Scotland’s annual farming and countryside show are in constant talks with cops over security and policing of the event

SECURITY is being ramped up at the Royal Highland Show after recent terror attacks across the UK. Organisers of Scotland s annual farming and countryside show are in constant talks with cops over security and policing of the event.

Organisers In Talks With Cops As Security Stepped Up For Royal ...

This year s show will take place from today until Sunday at at the Royal Highland Centre in Edinburgh and bosses have released a statement reassuring those planning to go. They say they are working closely with cops and are keeping their plans under constant review.

A statement from organisers said: We appreciate that recent events have brought public safety to the front of everyone s minds and we would like to reassure visitors that keeping people safe has always been, and continues to be, our number one priority.

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Concerns growing for vulnerable Glasgow pensioner, 87, missing from home

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Scots family forced to scrap party to celebrate end of Ramadan after gallons of waste floods garden

WATER PROBE

Larkhall man felt ill after drinking Macb water as Food Standards Scotland launches investigation

Something old, something new

Kirkcaldy couple relive their 1968 wedding nearly 50 years later after archive footage was discovered

BRUTE GUILTY OF MURDER BID

Vile thug who left ex-lover with horrific slash from mouth to ear is found guilty of trying to kill her

VILE PERV CAGED

Vile South Lanarkshire boys football coach caged for sex abuse of young player

GRIM DISCOVERY

Death of man found in Glasgow flat being treated as suspicious as cops scour CCTV

DAN’S DRINK DRIVE ARREST

Scots Olympic swimming hero Dan Wallace suspended for three months after arrest over suspected drink-driving

Sofa so good

Watch hysterical video of Alloa man struggling along the street wheeling a new sofa in an industrial waste bin

capital sex attack

Police hunting man in mid-20s with walking stick after woman indecently assaulted in Edinburgh city centre

SOUND THE ALARM

Cops scrambled to ‘suspicious incident’ near prison after beeping heard in bin – only to find a SMOKE ALARM

The security review follows last month s horror bombing at an Ariana Grande gig at the Manchester Arena. A total of 22 innocent victims lost their lives in the blast1 on May 22. Then on June 3, five people were killed and 50 injured when a terrorist drove into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge2 and then stabbed a police officer.

Organisers In Talks With Cops As Security Stepped Up For Royal ...

The Royal Highland Show statement added: The Show has a robust event management plan in place that has been created in collaboration with Police Scotland, our security contractor and other emergency services.

We are reviewing our plans on a regular basis in recognition of the changing external environment.

Any additional security measures likely to impact our guests will be communicated via our social media channels in the run up to the show.


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References

  1. ^ 22 innocent victims lost their lives in the blast (www.thesun.co.uk)
  2. ^ drove into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge (www.thesun.co.uk)
  3. ^

Champions Trophy to continue under “enhanced security” following London attack

The Champions Trophy will continue under significantly enhanced security following the terror attack which killed at least seven people and injured many more in central London. The International Cricket Council released a statement on Sunday morning in which it confirmed security is very much front and centre of our preparations as the global tournament continues over the next two weeks. The measures which were put in place after last week s attack in Manchester therefore remain in place, including enhanced security at Sunday s high-profile match between India and Pakistan at Edgbaston.

A minute s silence took place before that fixture, in memory of those who lost their lives or were injured on Saturday night, and shortly afterwards the ICC began its statement by remembering the victims.

Our thoughts are with everyone affected by what has happened in London overnight, it read.

The ICC and ECB England and Wales Cricket Board continue to place safety and security at the ICC Champions Trophy and ICC Women s World Cup this summer as the highest priority. Swift measures were immediately taken to ensure the safety of competing teams around the country. The statement added: Following last night s incident all team hotels went into lockdown and teams, match officials and staff were all quickly accounted for.

The enhanced security around venues implemented following the Manchester attack remains in place, and this includes significantly enhanced police and security presence for today s match.

The next teams in action will be Australia and Bangladesh at The Oval on Monday, and they were both set to practise on Sunday at the venue which is in close proximity to the attacks at London Bridge and Borough Market. The ICC added: We operate on advice from our tournament security directorate in conjunction with the ECB and relevant police and security authorities to ensure that we can deliver a safe and secure event.

We will continue to work with authorities over the coming hours and days and review our security in line with the threat levels.

The security situation has been very much front and centre of our preparations, and we constantly review our procedures to guarantee they are as effective as possible to keep everyone safe.

We do not disclose our security details as a matter of policy. Hosts England were travelling to Cardiff on Sunday morning, and will train there later in preparation for their second match of the tournament against New Zealand on Tuesday.

New Zealand are also on their way to Wales, and a team spokesman said: We have taken advice from the ICC and the assistance they have put in place from a security point of view and we will continue to do that. Australia have described themselves as comfortable with the security provided although they will continue to monitor the situation . Steve Smith s team travelled from Birmingham to London after their opening match finished in a rainy no-result against New Zealand two days ago.

A Cricket Australia spokesman said: As with the rest of the world, the Australian team is shocked and saddened at the events that have occurred in London overnight and our thoughts are with those directly involved and their loved ones.

The team, support staff and travelling contingent have been accounted for .

Our security team is working closely with the ICC and LOC to ensure the safety and security of our players and support staff is paramount.

At this stage we are comfortable with the level of security being provided to us and will continue to monitor the situation.