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UK Parliament Exclusive: We Are All Numbed By The Terrorist Attack

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Exclusive: MP Andrew Bridgen talks from inside of the UK Parliament about the terrorist attack.

Today, the terrorist attack hit the British soil in broad daylight in front of the most symbolic image of the Western democracy: the UK Parliament.

Since this morning, members of the UK Parliament are kept on the lockdown. MP Andrew Brigden said for The Pavlovic Today that he was next to the Prime Minster Theresa May inside of the UK Parliament and about to cast his vote when the attack happened.  The security detail approached Prime Minister May and moved her quickly to a safe location with a lot of armed police and lights flashing.

” She was taken out really quickly. The House is suspended and everyone is on the lockdown and not allowed to move and it has been like this for the past hour,” said MP Andrew Bridgen.

According to him, the atmosphere among the members of the UK Parliament was calm.

“Well, we all knew that the UK Parliament is a possible target. It is almost surreal. It is a numbing experience. There is the policeman that has been stubbed. It is a very sobering experience. In the situations like this, you can’t be nothing but appreciative of everything the police is doing for us,” said MP Andrew Bridgen.

No terrorist organization has claimed responsibility for the coordinated attack, but from what is ti looks like, it is most likely ISIS.  Police are now looking to make sure that there are no more forthcoming attacks.

President Donald J. Trump spoke today with Prime Minister Theresa May of the United Kingdom to offer his condolences on today’s terror attack in London and his praise for the effective response of security forces and first responders. He pledged the full cooperation and support of the United States Government in responding to the attack and bringing those responsible to justice.






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Ksenija Pavlovic

Ksenija Pavlovic

Ksenija Pavlovic is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of the Pavlovic Today, The Chief White House Correspondent.

Pavlovic was a Teaching Fellow and Doctoral Fellow in the Political Science department at Yale University, Lead Instructor in International Affairs and Security and Politics Law and Economics programs at Yale Global Scholars, Head Writing Fellow at the Yale Graduate Writing Center, Fellow of the “Research and Travel Award in Grand Strategy” from International Security Studies (ISS) at Yale University, Fellow of the Roger Hertog Global Strategy Initiative in Religious Violence at Columbia University, a Doctoral candidate in Political Conflict and Peace Building Processes at Complutense University in Madrid, Fellow of the OSI Global Supplementary Grant Program, and a Visiting Doctoral Fellow at the Juan March Institute. She holds an M.Sc. in European Politics from the London School of Economics, an M.A. in American Politics, and a B.A. in Journalism and Communication from the University of Belgrade. She speaks English, Serbian, Croatian, and Spanish.

Pavlovic has interviewed exclusively pivotal figures including Arianna Huffington, Sir Richard Branson, President of the World Bank Jim Yong Kim, Karlie Kloss, filmmaker and founder of the Webby awards Tiffany Shlain, film director Lars von Trier, actors Adam Brody, Monica Bellucci, fashion designers Adolfo Dominguez, Tommy Hilfiger and Donna Karan, publisher and former presidential candidate Steve Forbes; the world No.1 tennis player Novak Djokovic; novelist Martin Amis, as well as big names in the governmental arena such as the former President of Serbia Boris Tadic, the leading members of the first democratic Serbian government and Milorad Dodik, President of the Serbian entity of BIH. Moreover, Ms. Pavlovic has exclusively covered the Cannes Film Festival, Venice Film Festival, Sarajevo Film Festival, London Film Festival, Madrid Fashion Week, The Madrid Open, and a range of other international benefit and political events.


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