Home-Made Devices Explodes At Office Of Conservative MP

A home-made explosive device has gone off at the constituency office of Conservative MP Nick Boles, in Lincolnshire.

According to the BBC, the “minor explosion” occurred around 01:30 in the early hours of Monday morning in the office at the junction of North Street and Burghley Street in Bourne.

It is understood that a device was thrown through window of the office, but that no one was injured in the blast.

A 24-year-old man was arrested and is helping police with their enquiries, the BBC has reported.


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