In the wake of the Berlin terror attack earlier this week, British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has said more information will be made available to the public. This will include advice on the likelihood of attacks, as well as further details on previous attacks and the response from authorities.

From the Telegraph –

Holidaymakers will be given more detail on likelihood of terror attacks abroad, Boris Johnson reveals

Holidaymakers will for the first time be given advice about how likely terror attacks are abroad, where they have previously happened and what foreign Governments have done to prevent them, Boris Johnson has said.

The foreign secretary announced that travellers will be given more detail on how predictable attacks are in countries around the world in order to help them make “informed decisions” about where to go away. 

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