Norfolk MP appears on BBC’s Question Time where he hails “phenomenal heroism and bravery” of police and emergency services after terror attack on Westminster

Brandon Lewis MP. Picture: James Bass

Brandon Lewis MP. Picture: James Bass - Credit: James Bass

The Norfolk MP in charge of Britain's policing has heralded the 'phenomenal heroism and bravery' of our emergency services.

Brandon Lewis, who was the most senior home office minister in the country when Khalid Masood went on a killing spree on Wednesday afternoon, appeared as a panel member on the BBC's Question Time programme on Thursday night when he hailed the 'phenomenal heroism and bravery of our emergency services, particularly the police'.

Talking specifically about Pc Keith Palmer, who was killed in the attack, the Great Yarmouth MP said the officer had gone 'out of his way' to run into danger and keep others safe.

Mr Lewis said the 'British way of life and British values will prevail' following this attack and insisted that while people should to be vigilant, they should carry on living their lives.


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