Could this landmark building become a missile base? Image by M@.
The army is considering stationing soldiers and missiles on top of a block of residential flats in East London during this summer’s Olympic Games.
The residents of private flats at the Lexington Building Water Tower in Bow, which is home to 700 people, have received leaflets warning them that a “high-velocity missile system” could be placed on the water tower to ward off any airborne terrorist attack during the Games.
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