Experts warn that Leinster House is vulnerable to terror attack scenario
Home of the Dáil and Seanad in spotlight after the recent terror attack in London
Leinster House is unprepared for a terrorist attack due to a number of serious security flaws, according to security experts.
The guarding of the home of the Dáil and Seanad have come into focus after the recent terror attack at the Houses of Parliament in London.
Experts with knowledge of the Leinster House security procedures are concerned about several serious issues.
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