British police theatrical a pre-dawn raid at a London garbage storehouse Friday, eye-catching five street cleaners in a imaginary terrorist plot adjacent to Pope Benedict XVI on the second day of his state visit to Britain. A sixth person was under arrest later in the day.
The Vatican said the pope was tranquil in spite of the arrests and planned no changes to his schedule. Other than the arrests overshadowed a main address by Benedict to British politicians, businessmen and cultural cream of the crop about the need to reinstate faith and ethics to public policymaking.
Drama on a tip, police under arrest the men, aged 26 to 50, under the Terrorism Act at a onslaught depot in central London after in receipt of information about a possible threat.