Letter bomb in Victoria Street

Victoria St Letter BombI was on my way home from a meeting at a bus stop in Victoria Street, wondering why no buses were coming along but some seemed to be coming out of Artillery Row, which is not where they normally come from and then thought that maybe it had something to do with that great f*** off fire engine in the middle of the street.

So I took a little saunter and snapped away for a while. Not much doing there now, but according to the BBC a woman was hurt earlier on in by a letter bomb at the Capita offices. Capita run the congestion charge as well as Westminster’s council tax (and lots of other transactional public services to which people sometimes accrue grudges) but are also just over the road from New Scotland Yard, so naturally there’s lots of speculation about what the motivation for the attack was.

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  1. That’s truly horrific. For security reasons perhaps you should consider not holding your meetings at bus stops anymore–legitimate or not…. Even though it did look like a nice day in London today. . . .

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