Labour Peer Henig’s Security Sell-Out

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Labour peer Ruth Henig has been touting her plan to force venues to take counter-terrorism training to keep their licence. Approaching the anniversary of the Bataclan attack in Paris, Henig told Victoria Derbyshire that small venues weren’t taking up free terrorism training and her planned ammendment to the 2003 licensing act would make it compulsory. On the show she was described as the former chair of the Security Industry Authority, a quick scan of Lords interests reveals that she had a little more to declare.

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Henig is the Non-executive Chairman of SecuriGroup Ltd. A security firm helpfully offering  their services in “Security Guarding, Door Supervision, Event Security and even “counter-terrorism strategies” as one of the services. The very service she’s trying to make compulsory for thousands of small venues

H/T Sam Hooper

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