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This article originally appeared in The Telegraph
In the aftermath of Wednesday’s brutal attack on Westminster, the ‘low-tech’ methods Khalid Masood used to kill four innocent people have sparked a substantial debate about the difficulty of preventing such an incident.
The ease of hiring a car and obtaining a knife make it much more difficult for the police and security services to detect a potential plot. It is vital that those being drawn into planning such attacks are identified in other ways before they get close to going operational.
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