Investigation Continues After Westminster Break-In
Police are continuing their investigations this evening, after an alleged break-in at the Houses of Parliament.
Scotland Year received reports at around 7pm last night of a forced entry to rooms in the Norman Shaw buildings.
It is still unclear whether the break-in targeted the offices used by the Labour leader Ed Miliband and his team.
Police Activity In Westminster After Suspected Break-In
Police officers were stationed outside the Houses of Parliament last night after an alleged break-in.
Westminster Break-in "at Miliband Offices"
It is believed that an alleged break-in at the Houses of Parliament last night centred on the suite of offices used by Labour leader Ed Miliband.
Scotland Yard refused to confirm the reports, but it is understood that a member of Mr Miliband's staff found that a door had been forced in the Norman Shaw buildings.
The incident is not thought to have involved the specific room that Mr Miliband uses as his personal office.
It is not clear whether anything had been taken.
Police investigate alleged break-in at Westminster
An investigation is under way into an alleged break-in at the Houses of Parliament.
The Metropolitan Police received reports of a forced entry to an office in the Palace of Westminster just before 7pm yesterday.