‘We want to see an end to the siege’ – David Cameron as he leaves office

David Cameron was left devastated by the attack, with his resignation due to be announced next week, but has not been publicly linked to the bombing of the government building. 

Instead, he has continued to live a high-profile life and his political ambitions remain high, with a parliamentary seat in Westminster still up for grabs.

The prime minister has not had a formal security detail since the bombing, but his spokesman said there was no doubt his security was secure and he had no “further information”.

“It is clear the prime minister is still very much in control of his life and we are working to ensure that he lives a life free from threats,” said a spokesman.

The spokesman added: “The prime minster has made it clear that there is no further threat to the British people and his safety and security are paramount.”

The attack on the government buildings was the first serious act of terrorism in Britain since the death of former Prime Minister Tony Blair in 2001.

A woman was arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to carry out the attack and police later found explosives and two homemade explosive devices, one of which was connected to a UK terror network. 

The prime mover in the bombing was Mohammed Emwazi, who has since been killed by US forces in Syria, a year after his arrest. 

It is the first time a Briton has been killed in the US-led campaign against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, also known as ISIS).

I want to make it clear I want this attack to end. “

I know the British public will want to know why the government is not responding more effectively to the growing threat of the Islamic terrorist organisation.”

I want to make it clear I want this attack to end. 

I want the government to be safe, and I want us to be able to have a government that represents all the British citizens, not just those who support terrorism.””

I also want to thank the British Armed Forces, who acted with incredible bravery and professionalism in this attack.

The threat from ISIL is very, strong, very, important, and there are lots of steps that we need to take to make sure that we are secure and that we can respond quickly to any threat,” said the prime minsters spokesman.””

It’s a very, very difficult time for the British Government.

The threat from ISIL is very, strong, very, important, and there are lots of steps that we need to take to make sure that we are secure and that we can respond quickly to any threat,” said the prime minsters spokesman.”

The government remains fully committed to working with our partners in the coalition against ISIL, and we will be able do that without delay.”He added: “We want an end the siege on our streets, we want a calm and peaceful future, and that means securing the borders, we need our own police, we have the police and security services on our side, and a robust response to any further attacks.” 

The attack came after a day of violent demonstrations in London, where demonstrators carried posters reading “End the siege” and “Down with terror” alongside slogans such as “We will not give in to terror”.

“I’ve just seen a video of the police shooting a child,” one demonstrator told the BBC.

“You see these policemen, they are all out there with guns and we don’t want to be the first to shoot a child, and you see them doing it and it just makes you sick.”

We’re not going to allow people to get away with it.

We’re not giving in to the terror.

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