Image copyright Met Police Image caption Officers were quick to wrap up the case when they realised the “bomb” was actually a bauble A suspected unexploded bomb on the banks of the River Thames turned out to be a “giant glittery Christmas bauble”. The ordinance-like ornament was mistaken for an explosive when it washed up…

Image caption The device sent to Heathrow Airport caught fire when staff opened it Parcel bombs sent to UK addresses including Heathrow Airport could be linked to those sent in 2014 to army careers offices, detectives have said. “Small improvised explosive devices” were found at Waterloo station, London City Airport and Heathrow on 5 March….

Image copyright @carverbarracks Image caption A controlled explosion has been carried out the World War Two bomb found near Kingston University A controlled explosion has been carried out on a World War Two bomb found near Kingston University, the Metropolitan Police said. The unexploded device was found on a building site on Thursday morning. Nearly…

Image copyright @Union_Kingston Image caption Students were asked to leave part of the campus as investigations continued Part of a university in south west London has been evacuated after a suspected unexploded World War Two bomb was found on a nearby building site. Students at Kingston University London had to leave part of the campus…

London’s Gay Men’s Chorus performed outside the Admiral Duncan pub in Soho to remember the victims of a deadly nail bomb attack on 30th April 1999. The attack, which killed three people and injured 79, was the third bomb attack in a fortnight by a self-confessed homophobe and racist. seo link building London Source link

M@ Imagine Leicester Square As A ‘Mechanical Car Park’ And Bomb Shelter Leicester Square as a place to park your car, or shelter from bombs. This striking cutaway image from 1938 shows unrealised plans for Leicester Square. The heart of the West End was considered for the site of a huge subterranean car park. This…

Image copyright Metropolitan Police Image caption Steven Bishop, who has a history of mental health issues and drug abuse, was jailed for four years A man has been jailed for plotting to bomb a London mosque as “revenge” for the Manchester Arena attack. Steven Bishop, 41, admitted buying fireworks and possessing instructions on how to…