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The chief constable of one of the forces investigating the London bombings believes another 7/7-style attack in the UK is "very possible".
But Colin Cramphorn, West Yorkshire Police chief, rejected calls for a public into 2005's attacks.
He said resources were better focused on preventing a further atrocity rather than investigating a previous one.
A SECRET military file found in a roadside ditch reveals how SAS troops and bomb disposal experts would be deployed in the event of a terrorist blitz.
The dynamite document — handed to us by the Sun reader who discovered it — tells how the elite forces would fly all over Britain in an emergency fleet of scrambled helicopters. It also:
DETAILS how Cabinet ministers, top brass and intelligence chiefs meet to discuss national emergencies on the “COBRA” security committee.
LISTS a host of ongoing anti-terror operations, along with their code names and commanders.
PROVIDES an A to Z telephone directory of the nation’s most important military figures, including the Defence Secretary, the Chief of the Defence Staff and the Director of Special Forces, and
REVEALS the home addresses and even wives’ names of the Defence Ministry’s 28 leading counter-terrorist personnel, including one of the Army’s most senior brigadiers.
The 46-page blueprint, which has come to light on the eve of the first anniversary of the 7/7 suicide bombings, was lost in a scandalous security blunder.
And it could easily have fallen into the wrong hands.