© Reuters. Police officers carry equipment into the front garden of a house believed to be an address belonging to a man arrested in connection with the killing of British MP David Amess, who was stabbed to death during a meeting with constituents, in London, Britai
LONDON (Reuters) – A man arrested after a British lawmaker was stabbed to death on Friday had made an appointment to see the politician via the constituency office, Sky News reported on Sunday.
The killing of David Amess, from Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party, has prompted a review of politicians’ security.
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