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Emotive scenes on television screens herald a new of increasingly frequent terrorist attacks. Events across the globe highlight the potential lethality of asymmetrical belligerents, either operating alone or as part of an organised team, causing carnage and widespread fatalities with firearms. With the increased likelihood of this type of attack in the UK, David Graham asks whether response plans are both appropriate and effective in their pre-planning in the view of professional emergency service commanders who will be responsible for dealing with these incidents.
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