THERESA May has urged Brits to defy the IS terror blitz by going out and enjoying Christmas.The Prime Minister said her thoughts were with those who had been affected by the “terrible attack” that took place in Berlin.But she said people should “go about their business as usual” and it was important for the UK to send out a message that “we will not be cowed by the terrorists”.Speaking to the Evening Standard, she said: “People should enjoy this Christmas period. It is important, I think, that we send a very clear message that we will not be cowed by the terrorists, that we will carry on with our lives as usual.”Police in Germany are hunting a Tunisian man suspected of driving a truck into crowds at the market in Berlin on Monday, killing 12 people and injuring 48.And the message came as millions head out to celebrate Christmas – or do last minute shopping.In London alone, some 40 million visitors are expected to spend £2 billion in the West End over the festive period.Spooks claim that at least 12 terror attacks have been foiled in the UK since 2013.The Met has brought forward a proposed three-month trial and put… Read full this story
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