Mir­ror reporter ex­poses se­cu­rity con­cerns at Euro


The Mir­ror has ex­posed a ter­ri­fy­ing se­cu­rity breach at Eng­land’s Euro 2016 base in France, where fear of ter­ror strikes are at an all-time high. Mir­ror’s chief reporter Andy Lines man­aged to climb on board the team bus un­op­posed and sit in the driver’s seat. He also clam­bered into the bag­gage hold.

The coach was meant to be closely guarded by armed se­cu­rity per­son­nel 24 hours a day as ISIS ji­hadis have made no se­cret of the fact France is a tar­get for fur­ther blood­shed fol­low­ing last year’s Paris mas­sacre.

But just two days be­fore Eng­land’s first game, they were nowhere to be seen. And the shock­ing ease with which the Mir­ror was able to get in­side was a mat­ter of se­cu­rity con­cern.

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