UK police apply for ‘no-fly’ zone above Windsor Castle

LONDON (AP) — British police have utilized for a “no-fly” zone over Windsor Castle because it opinions safety preparations on the landmark the place Queen Elizabeth II has spent a lot of the pandemic.
If granted, a restricted airspace order would forestall plane from flying as much as 2,500 toes (762 meters) above and 1.5 nautical miles (round three kilometers) across the fortress.
“This was not led to in response to any particular risk or intelligence, however was supposed to additional improve the safety at what’s an iconic location and preserve the group dwelling close by secure,” police mentioned Sunday.
On Christmas Day, police arrested a 19-year-old man who allegedly was in possession of a crossbow on the fortress. The Metropolitan Police mentioned he had been stored in a hospital underneath the Mental Health Act.

The Associated Press

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