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Terrorism experts share knowledge

Aftermath of London bomb attack
Experts will talk about the impact of past terror attacks on businesses

Anti-terror experts have gathered in Edinburgh for a conference looking at how businesses cope with terrorism.

Speakers included the City of London Police's anti-terror chief and head of security for the International Olympic Committee.

The aim is to provide an insight into past terrorist incidents in the UK and their impact on business.

The conference, hosted by Lothian and Borders Police, is part of West Edinburgh Community Resilience Week.

Supt Mark Williams, of Lothian and Borders Police, said: "Today's conference will be a fitting finale to the week and it will provide businesses with a genuine insight into the area of counter-terrorism."

The conference is being held at the Marriot Hotel.

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