Scottish parliament says 3 suspect packages sent to political offices | Reuters
EDINBURGH Three suspicious packages containing 'white powder type substances' were sent to political representation offices between April 25 and 26, the Scottish parliament said in a statement on Thursday. The packages were sent to an elected official, a political party headquarters and a local council building.
EDINBURGH Three suspicious packages containing "white powder type substances" were sent to political representation offices between April 25 and 26, the Scottish parliament said in a statement on Thursday.
The packages were sent to an elected official, a political party headquarters and a local council building. Police were investigating and further advice has been issued to elected representatives across Scotland, the assembly said.
Britain is holding a general election on June 8 and earlier on Thursday police said a man carrying knives had been arrested in London's government district. (Reporting by Elisabeth O'Leary, editing by Estelle Shirbon)
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