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|Connor Lynch
The United Kingdom’s cabinet has recently been extremely effective in passing increased security legislation in the wake of Brexit and governing a state in a world where terrorism is on the rise. Part of these new security measures include a new database compiling information on migrants across the European Union making it easier to background check incoming peoples.  After the passing of these new security measures there was a biochemical weapon found in The Channel Tunnel, an underwater tunnel connecting France and the United Kingdom, that could have caused mass devastation. The weapon was powerful enough to devastate an area with a two mile radius. There is current investigation to get more information on where the biochemical weapon was made and what the target of the weapon was, although the passage leads to Folkestone, Kent in England, which is only seventy miles away from London. According to the Secretary of State for Wales, Alun Cairns, the cabinet of the United Kingdom is very pleased with their progress and does not yet have any further comments on the status of the failed biochemical attack. He also disclosed that the person in possession of the weapon was part of an Ireland and Northern Ireland unification movement. The United Kingdom has had many problems with terrorists of similar organizations in the past. This is most known as The Troubles which were conflicts between British police and military and Irish Republican Army groups, which took place in Ireland, Northern Ireland, and England throughout the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, and 90’s, ending with the Good Friday Agreement. The Good Friday Agreement, which set the standards for the relationship between England, Northern Ireland, and Ireland, could now be at stake due to this provocation.