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These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:00,000 --> 00:00:04,162 WWW.MY-SUBS.CO 1 00:00:05,009 --> 00:00:07,760 This is clearly a sophisticated terrorist attack. 2 00:00:07,760 --> 00:00:08,984 Stop! 3 00:00:10,120 --> 00:00:11,560 It'll take more than a bomb to stop me. 4 00:00:11,560 --> 00:00:13,840 Hello, darling. 5 00:00:13,840 --> 00:00:16,320 Hoist by his own petard. 6 00:00:16,320 --> 00:00:17,800 We've lost our two key leads 7 00:00:17,800 --> 00:00:18,960 that could have led us to the group. 8 00:00:18,960 --> 00:00:20,200 What about Alex? 9 00:00:20,200 --> 00:00:22,600 The cause is more important than any of us. 10 00:00:22,600 --> 00:00:23,600 We have to lose anyone 11 00:00:23,600 --> 00:00:25,680 who represents a threat to our mission. 12 00:00:26,960 --> 00:00:28,920 It's all protecting your own neck, isn't it? 13 00:00:28,920 --> 00:00:30,280 You don't give a shit about Alex. 14 00:00:30,280 --> 00:00:31,640 You don't give a shit about the victims. 15 00:00:31,640 --> 00:00:32,760 You don't even give a shit about your team. 16 00:00:32,760 --> 00:00:33,920 Do you know what, I'm done. 17 00:00:33,945 --> 00:00:36,720 I've been given a bomb with instructions 18 00:00:36,720 --> 00:00:39,960 to hand deliver the device to the London Stock Exchange. 19 00:00:39,960 --> 00:00:41,640 She won't stop until she brings 20 00:00:41,640 --> 00:00:45,600 the entire criminal justice system crashing down. 21 00:00:45,600 --> 00:00:47,480 It's my time, it's my time. 22 00:01:35,403 --> 00:01:37,403 Do you know who I am? 23 00:01:38,780 --> 00:01:40,780 Of course I know who you are. 24 00:01:43,100 --> 00:01:44,929 Come on then. 25 00:01:47,260 --> 00:01:49,260 Lana Washington. 26 00:01:51,140 --> 00:01:53,140 You're good at your job, aren't you? 27 00:01:55,679 --> 00:01:57,835 At least Alex brought you to us in the end. 28 00:01:57,860 --> 00:01:59,100 Where is he? 29 00:01:59,100 --> 00:02:01,180 Waiting for you. 30 00:02:03,875 --> 00:02:05,875 Lana. 31 00:02:06,983 --> 00:02:09,023 What are you doing? 32 00:02:09,048 --> 00:02:12,235 Our friend Alex was playing both sides. 33 00:02:12,260 --> 00:02:13,509 It's not true. 34 00:02:13,534 --> 00:02:16,019 Leading us to you, you to us. 35 00:02:16,019 --> 00:02:18,300 Hoping we'd cancel each other out and he'd get away with it. 36 00:02:18,300 --> 00:02:19,353 No. 37 00:02:19,378 --> 00:02:20,564 Trying to ride his luck. 38 00:02:20,589 --> 00:02:22,140 I swear to you, it's not true. 39 00:02:22,140 --> 00:02:25,700 So we may as well see how lucky he really is. 40 00:02:27,875 --> 00:02:29,355 Don't do this. 41 00:02:29,700 --> 00:02:31,899 Oh, I'm not doing anything. 42 00:02:31,899 --> 00:02:33,980 It's up to you, Lana. 43 00:02:35,260 --> 00:02:37,500 One of these triggers is wired 44 00:02:37,500 --> 00:02:40,459 to the detonator inside Alex's helmet. 45 00:02:42,860 --> 00:02:44,860 The other one isn't. 46 00:02:45,620 --> 00:02:47,620 You're a fucking psycho. 47 00:02:48,180 --> 00:02:50,300 I'm not the one who walks towards bombs. 48 00:02:52,198 --> 00:02:53,339 Choose. 49 00:02:53,339 --> 00:02:55,019 No. 50 00:02:55,019 --> 00:02:57,100 Choose and you live. 51 00:02:57,579 --> 00:02:59,579 Maybe he does too. 52 00:03:00,180 --> 00:03:01,964 Don't. 53 00:03:03,740 --> 00:03:04,740 I'm not doing it. 54 00:03:04,740 --> 00:03:06,820 Even though he betrayed you? 55 00:03:07,826 --> 00:03:10,549 I swear to you, Lana, I never did. 56 00:03:10,574 --> 00:03:11,700 I never. 57 00:03:11,700 --> 00:03:14,420 He'd swear on his dead family if it saved his own skin. 58 00:03:14,420 --> 00:03:16,878 I know what you did. I saw it. 59 00:03:16,903 --> 00:03:17,980 What? 60 00:03:17,980 --> 00:03:21,339 You pushed Tom Youngblood down a shaft to his death 61 00:03:21,860 --> 00:03:23,860 while he was helping people. 62 00:03:25,453 --> 00:03:27,453 Huh. 63 00:03:33,364 --> 00:03:34,595 Go on, then. 64 00:03:53,947 --> 00:03:55,667 You could have saved him. 65 00:03:55,980 --> 00:03:58,220 You just had to choose. 66 00:04:01,085 --> 00:04:05,085 - Synced and corrected by synk - - www.MY-SUBS.com - 67 00:05:21,457 --> 00:05:23,457 She wants a word. 68 00:05:25,099 --> 00:05:27,893 How much do you know about May 1968? 69 00:05:28,860 --> 00:05:31,740 Group of French students unhappy about single-sex dorms 70 00:05:31,740 --> 00:05:33,300 in the Vietnam War? 71 00:05:33,300 --> 00:05:35,079 They started a wave of protests 72 00:05:35,104 --> 00:05:37,380 that nearly brought down an entire country. 73 00:05:37,380 --> 00:05:39,460 What, so... 74 00:05:39,897 --> 00:05:43,284 So you and him wanna share a dormitory? 75 00:05:44,140 --> 00:05:46,140 They struck at the right time. 76 00:05:46,620 --> 00:05:48,300 Capitalism was failing. 77 00:05:48,300 --> 00:05:49,954 There was ridiculous inequality. 78 00:05:49,979 --> 00:05:52,340 The workers weren't being paid enough. 79 00:05:52,340 --> 00:05:54,420 Does any of this sound familiar? 80 00:05:55,219 --> 00:05:58,032 Add to that a lying political class 81 00:05:58,057 --> 00:06:00,180 and I think you've got everything you need 82 00:06:00,180 --> 00:06:01,940 to start an uprising. 83 00:06:01,940 --> 00:06:03,261 You can't be serious. 84 00:06:03,286 --> 00:06:05,366 The people are angry. 85 00:06:05,460 --> 00:06:08,340 They just want a push in the right direction. 86 00:06:08,340 --> 00:06:11,060 Once we overthrow the government, it's a clean slate. 87 00:06:12,180 --> 00:06:14,180 Right, well, good luck with that. 88 00:06:19,180 --> 00:06:21,380 Lana. 89 00:06:21,380 --> 00:06:25,354 Under the streets, there is the freedom of the beach. 90 00:06:26,979 --> 00:06:28,979 And you're going to help us. 91 00:06:29,659 --> 00:06:32,229 You are going to deliver the decisive blow. 92 00:06:37,700 --> 00:06:39,180 Sir. 93 00:06:39,180 --> 00:06:40,979 I've just been notified by protection command 94 00:06:40,979 --> 00:06:43,580 that the home secretary's coming in for a meeting this afternoon. 95 00:06:43,580 --> 00:06:44,859 That's correct. 96 00:06:44,859 --> 00:06:46,500 She's asked to attend my 2:00 p.m. briefing 97 00:06:46,500 --> 00:06:48,180 with the heads of section. 98 00:06:48,180 --> 00:06:50,500 Could that not have been done remotely, sir? 99 00:06:51,380 --> 00:06:52,540 What's your concern? 100 00:06:52,540 --> 00:06:54,399 You don't refuse the home secretary. 101 00:06:54,424 --> 00:06:56,979 Well, I mean, the raised threat level, sir, 102 00:06:56,979 --> 00:07:00,180 and the fact that our officers are already being targeted? 103 00:07:00,180 --> 00:07:02,580 I think she'll be safe here, DI Batra. 104 00:07:05,620 --> 00:07:07,620 We've been watching him for a while. 105 00:07:08,740 --> 00:07:12,539 He's the kind of man whose pride will eventually give you an opening. 106 00:07:12,539 --> 00:07:14,460 I can't argue with that. 107 00:07:14,460 --> 00:07:18,140 The home secretary's visit to CTHQ this afternoon 108 00:07:18,165 --> 00:07:20,244 allows us the perfect opportunity. 109 00:07:20,900 --> 00:07:24,659 In one move, we can decapitate so-called law and order in this country. 110 00:07:24,659 --> 00:07:26,340 People have a right to know they don't need to live 111 00:07:26,340 --> 00:07:28,580 with the repression that they're used to. 112 00:07:28,580 --> 00:07:30,820 Instead, they live in a fair, don't they? 113 00:07:32,539 --> 00:07:36,060 I think you're too indoctrinated by the system to comprehend. 114 00:07:36,060 --> 00:07:38,140 I think you use too many big words. 115 00:07:40,460 --> 00:07:43,219 There's no way you're gonna get into CTHQ. 116 00:07:43,219 --> 00:07:45,620 And definitely not gonna get anywhere near the home secretary. 117 00:07:45,620 --> 00:07:49,065 No, but you will. 118 00:07:51,020 --> 00:07:54,940 I believe you call this a command operated device 119 00:07:54,940 --> 00:07:56,780 in your line of work. 120 00:07:56,780 --> 00:08:01,159 I phone it, I enter a code, it blows up. 121 00:08:02,060 --> 00:08:04,060 Now? 122 00:08:04,700 --> 00:08:07,900 That amount of explosives, innocent people will get killed. 123 00:08:08,659 --> 00:08:10,620 But didn't you know? 124 00:08:10,620 --> 00:08:12,420 All cops are bastards. 125 00:08:12,420 --> 00:08:16,500 So what, you want me to walk into CTHQ with that briefcase? 126 00:08:20,260 --> 00:08:21,642 This is the cleaning company 127 00:08:21,667 --> 00:08:24,180 who have the contract for central government buildings, 128 00:08:24,180 --> 00:08:26,260 including CTHQ. 129 00:08:27,380 --> 00:08:29,740 Yeah, but it was an Oxford with a front bencher. 130 00:08:30,820 --> 00:08:34,500 It's how we, well, you get in unhindered, 131 00:08:34,500 --> 00:08:36,580 through the service entrance. 132 00:08:37,060 --> 00:08:39,780 The bomb will go in there until we're inside. 133 00:08:39,780 --> 00:08:42,300 You'll be in the back with all the cleaning gear. 134 00:08:42,300 --> 00:08:44,460 Once we're in, you'll be able to bypass the main security 135 00:08:44,460 --> 00:08:45,610 and head upstairs. 136 00:08:45,635 --> 00:08:47,715 There's no chance I'm doing this. 137 00:09:04,300 --> 00:09:06,060 Where have you been? 138 00:09:06,060 --> 00:09:08,140 Out. 139 00:09:17,298 --> 00:09:19,418 You might like to see this. 140 00:09:19,443 --> 00:09:20,756 The whole house is wired. 141 00:09:20,781 --> 00:09:23,341 If they try to leave, we'll detonate the device. 142 00:09:23,708 --> 00:09:26,428 I'm gonna fucking kill you! 143 00:09:26,780 --> 00:09:29,604 Oh, not before I kill your mum and dad. 144 00:09:33,300 --> 00:09:36,380 Easy, Lana. 145 00:09:37,220 --> 00:09:39,220 Easy. 146 00:09:39,860 --> 00:09:43,220 Do what I say and your parents live. 147 00:09:44,900 --> 00:09:46,900 Yeah? 148 00:09:47,728 --> 00:09:49,111 You, uh... 149 00:09:49,580 --> 00:09:51,980 You gonna make the right choice this time? 150 00:10:13,242 --> 00:10:14,522 Hello. 151 00:10:14,547 --> 00:10:16,627 Dad, it's me. 152 00:10:17,509 --> 00:10:18,629 Lana. 153 00:10:18,654 --> 00:10:20,003 What is it, love? 154 00:10:20,028 --> 00:10:22,667 Listen, Dad. 155 00:10:24,106 --> 00:10:26,626 It's okay, it's okay. 156 00:10:27,024 --> 00:10:29,104 Whatever it is, it's gonna be all right. 157 00:10:30,730 --> 00:10:32,675 Dad, listen, you can't leave the house. 158 00:10:32,700 --> 00:10:33,980 What? 159 00:10:34,005 --> 00:10:36,085 They're watching you. 160 00:10:36,434 --> 00:10:39,112 There's a bomb in your house. 161 00:10:39,489 --> 00:10:40,929 What? 162 00:10:41,156 --> 00:10:42,636 In our house? 163 00:10:43,378 --> 00:10:44,577 Yeah. 164 00:10:44,602 --> 00:10:47,776 It's gonna be fine. I'm gonna get you out. 165 00:10:47,801 --> 00:10:49,667 So what do we do? 166 00:10:49,692 --> 00:10:51,612 Tell us what to do. 167 00:10:51,637 --> 00:10:55,219 Just... Just don't leave the house. 168 00:10:55,431 --> 00:10:57,711 Don't call anyone for help. 169 00:10:57,984 --> 00:11:00,383 Just gotta do something for these people. 170 00:11:00,408 --> 00:11:02,489 What? 171 00:11:03,148 --> 00:11:04,956 But they're watching you. There's cameras. 172 00:11:04,981 --> 00:11:07,060 - If you try and leave... - Lana. 173 00:11:07,891 --> 00:11:09,651 Lana. 174 00:11:09,676 --> 00:11:11,756 What's going on? 175 00:11:45,849 --> 00:11:47,249 How did this happen? 176 00:11:47,839 --> 00:11:49,660 They came yesterday while you were out. 177 00:11:49,660 --> 00:11:50,839 Who? 178 00:11:50,864 --> 00:11:51,945 They said they were from the Met. 179 00:11:51,970 --> 00:11:54,035 It was, it was a precaution or something. 180 00:11:54,060 --> 00:11:55,300 Oh, no, no, no. 181 00:11:55,300 --> 00:11:58,112 Jesus, Val! How can you be so gullible? 182 00:11:58,137 --> 00:11:59,417 Well, they had ID! 183 00:11:59,442 --> 00:12:00,992 So what? 184 00:12:01,017 --> 00:12:03,024 Lana always says to check with her before we... 185 00:12:03,049 --> 00:12:04,809 Well, maybe you'd have bloody remembered, 186 00:12:04,809 --> 00:12:06,409 had you been here. 187 00:12:06,409 --> 00:12:07,550 Hell, yeah, yeah, yeah. 188 00:12:07,575 --> 00:12:08,772 And I was under the bloody impression 189 00:12:08,796 --> 00:12:10,345 you couldn't stand the sight of me. 190 00:12:10,370 --> 00:12:12,169 So what, you were just gonna stay out the way 191 00:12:12,169 --> 00:12:13,275 till it all blew over? 192 00:12:13,300 --> 00:12:15,379 Yeah, well, pretty much, yeah! 193 00:12:18,471 --> 00:12:22,206 I mean, no, I suppose not. 194 00:12:23,854 --> 00:12:27,210 Look, can you at least remember 195 00:12:27,210 --> 00:12:29,885 roughly whereabouts in our 196 00:12:29,910 --> 00:12:33,425 house they installed a bomb? 197 00:12:55,980 --> 00:12:57,980 All right, let's go. 198 00:13:08,899 --> 00:13:10,899 Uh-uh, side door. 199 00:15:52,330 --> 00:15:54,330 The back entrance is just over here. 200 00:15:56,861 --> 00:15:58,861 Get ready, Lana. 201 00:16:24,890 --> 00:16:26,890 Stop. 202 00:16:28,130 --> 00:16:30,130 Whoa, watch it! 203 00:16:49,676 --> 00:16:51,676 They've increased security. 204 00:16:52,249 --> 00:16:54,249 There are dogs. 205 00:16:55,768 --> 00:16:57,289 Can you hear me? 206 00:16:57,314 --> 00:16:59,393 What do you expect? 207 00:17:00,281 --> 00:17:02,264 Wait, dogs, are you sure? 208 00:17:02,289 --> 00:17:04,370 Yes. 209 00:17:08,362 --> 00:17:10,690 That, that's risky, that is. 210 00:17:10,690 --> 00:17:12,770 They'll smell the RDX. 211 00:17:21,489 --> 00:17:23,489 Turn around. 212 00:17:29,656 --> 00:17:31,656 What, what, what's going on? 213 00:17:36,770 --> 00:17:38,770 Why are we turning round? 214 00:17:42,041 --> 00:17:44,268 I told you I'd figure it out. 215 00:17:44,672 --> 00:17:46,956 Gimme a fucking chance. 216 00:18:18,810 --> 00:18:21,409 Oh, don't worry, your mum and dad aren't dead yet. 217 00:18:23,050 --> 00:18:26,208 And your claim just now that you could figure something out, 218 00:18:26,208 --> 00:18:28,650 was that just desperation too? 219 00:18:28,650 --> 00:18:31,249 No, I can do it. 220 00:18:31,249 --> 00:18:33,330 How? 221 00:18:33,355 --> 00:18:35,355 I can build a bomb inside. 222 00:18:38,625 --> 00:18:39,925 Out of what? 223 00:18:39,950 --> 00:18:41,090 Collected evidence. 224 00:18:41,090 --> 00:18:43,130 Explosives? 225 00:18:43,130 --> 00:18:47,214 From data analysis. They keep hold of tiny samples. 226 00:18:47,969 --> 00:18:51,090 Not enough on their own, but put together, yeah. 227 00:18:51,090 --> 00:18:53,290 And they could do the same job? 228 00:18:53,290 --> 00:18:57,090 Enough to take out the home secretary and anyone within three feet. 229 00:19:03,130 --> 00:19:06,050 I will kill your parents if you're messing with me, Lana. 230 00:19:18,896 --> 00:19:21,378 Alex did manage to leave us with something useful. 231 00:19:22,610 --> 00:19:24,770 Access to all the main building security cameras 232 00:19:24,770 --> 00:19:26,850 inside CTHQ. 233 00:19:27,770 --> 00:19:29,810 We'll be able to see you wherever you go. 234 00:19:33,010 --> 00:19:35,010 And put this in your ear. 235 00:19:35,551 --> 00:19:37,551 It's so I can talk to you. 236 00:19:51,130 --> 00:19:52,969 And you'll need to wear this around your neck. 237 00:19:52,969 --> 00:19:55,610 It's the induction loop for the earpiece. 238 00:19:55,610 --> 00:19:58,208 You'll be able to hear me anywhere inside 800 feet. 239 00:19:59,856 --> 00:20:02,096 But you can't hear me? 240 00:20:02,370 --> 00:20:04,449 No, one way. 241 00:20:05,130 --> 00:20:08,610 So if I tell you what to do, you do it. 242 00:20:09,774 --> 00:20:11,815 And wire this phone to the device 243 00:20:11,840 --> 00:20:14,440 so I remain in control of the bomb. 244 00:20:15,003 --> 00:20:16,290 You kidding me? 245 00:20:16,290 --> 00:20:17,810 You'll find a way to get it inside. 246 00:20:17,810 --> 00:20:19,090 What if someone else calls it? 247 00:20:19,090 --> 00:20:21,530 It's code protected, same as the other one. 248 00:20:22,695 --> 00:20:24,856 What are you gonna do with the device in the van? 249 00:20:25,831 --> 00:20:27,409 When emergency services turn up, 250 00:20:27,409 --> 00:20:30,330 we can park the van in the middle of them. 251 00:20:30,330 --> 00:20:32,449 Make a nice secondary. 252 00:20:32,449 --> 00:20:34,530 Fucking hell. 253 00:20:35,170 --> 00:20:37,170 Home is just a phone call away. 254 00:20:39,810 --> 00:20:41,810 Take it, Lana. 255 00:20:50,530 --> 00:20:53,090 We wanna see you inside the building in one minute. 256 00:21:37,770 --> 00:21:39,409 58 seconds. 257 00:21:39,651 --> 00:21:42,047 You do like to take it to the wire. 258 00:21:43,570 --> 00:21:45,921 Hi, Lana Washington, expo. 259 00:21:45,946 --> 00:21:47,170 I forgot my lanyard, 260 00:21:47,170 --> 00:21:50,530 but I'm here to see Dr. Reeves in bomb data analysis? 261 00:21:50,823 --> 00:21:52,021 Is she expecting you? 262 00:21:52,046 --> 00:21:55,244 No. Got some evidence that needs a look at. 263 00:21:59,090 --> 00:22:02,554 Dr. Reeves, there's a Lana Washington here for you. 264 00:22:12,460 --> 00:22:14,050 Can you go through again, 265 00:22:14,050 --> 00:22:16,130 please? 266 00:22:20,889 --> 00:22:25,170 Okay, arms up. 267 00:22:25,170 --> 00:22:28,130 It's probably all the shrapnel in my body. 268 00:22:28,130 --> 00:22:30,208 Plenty of it. 269 00:22:33,050 --> 00:22:35,050 Okay, turn around for me. 270 00:22:55,570 --> 00:22:57,010 Oh, wait for Dr. Reeves, please. 271 00:22:57,010 --> 00:22:59,090 Yeah, sure. 272 00:23:04,489 --> 00:23:06,489 I can take it from here, thanks. 273 00:23:06,489 --> 00:23:08,570 Told you you'd find a way in. 274 00:23:10,889 --> 00:23:11,992 You all right, mate? 275 00:23:12,017 --> 00:23:14,095 Yeah, good. 276 00:23:14,249 --> 00:23:17,050 I've got these. I need to log them. 277 00:23:17,969 --> 00:23:19,170 Okay. 278 00:23:19,170 --> 00:23:21,249 Do you wanna bring 'em up then? 279 00:23:22,409 --> 00:23:23,513 Cheers. 280 00:23:39,050 --> 00:23:41,050 Wash, what's going on? 281 00:23:42,969 --> 00:23:44,889 Do you trust me? 282 00:23:44,889 --> 00:23:46,969 Yeah, of course. 283 00:23:48,090 --> 00:23:50,429 I've got a favour I need to ask you. 284 00:23:52,850 --> 00:23:54,929 Bring up the lift camera. 285 00:23:54,929 --> 00:23:57,050 We haven't got it. 286 00:23:57,050 --> 00:23:58,770 Why not? 287 00:23:58,770 --> 00:24:01,090 They're installed by the manufacturer. 288 00:24:01,090 --> 00:24:03,170 It's not a live feed. 289 00:24:05,422 --> 00:24:08,546 I need your pass and the OME code. 290 00:24:09,249 --> 00:24:10,810 That's quite a favour. 291 00:24:10,810 --> 00:24:12,889 Yeah, well, I wouldn't ask if I didn't need to. 292 00:24:21,810 --> 00:24:23,170 Okay, we've got you on the third floor. 293 00:24:23,170 --> 00:24:25,728 Look to the camera on your right if you can hear me. 294 00:24:27,409 --> 00:24:28,735 Hello, Lana. 295 00:24:28,760 --> 00:24:30,839 Your mum and dad are counting on you. 296 00:24:43,601 --> 00:24:44,770 - Lana? - Danny. 297 00:24:44,770 --> 00:24:46,330 - What are you doing here? - Carry on as normal, okay? 298 00:24:46,330 --> 00:24:48,090 We're being watched. 299 00:24:48,090 --> 00:24:50,170 What? 300 00:24:50,489 --> 00:24:54,241 This gang that we're after, they're watching us through the cameras. 301 00:24:54,266 --> 00:24:56,348 Just keep doing what you're doing. 302 00:24:58,090 --> 00:25:00,010 What are you up to, Lana? 303 00:25:00,010 --> 00:25:02,090 I hope you're sticking to the plan. 304 00:25:07,810 --> 00:25:09,810 I need your help, Danny. 305 00:25:13,409 --> 00:25:14,810 Huh? 306 00:25:14,810 --> 00:25:16,489 Don't react, but this gang, 307 00:25:16,489 --> 00:25:19,449 they've, they've wired my mum and dad's house 308 00:25:19,683 --> 00:25:23,166 and if I don't do what they say, they might die. 309 00:25:25,409 --> 00:25:26,841 What do they want you to do? 310 00:25:26,866 --> 00:25:28,946 Lana. 311 00:25:30,170 --> 00:25:32,170 Pass me your snips. 312 00:25:32,810 --> 00:25:34,088 What? 313 00:25:34,113 --> 00:25:35,330 What the hell's going on here? 314 00:25:35,330 --> 00:25:36,770 Just pass me your snips, Danny. 315 00:25:36,770 --> 00:25:38,690 Don't make a thing of it. 316 00:25:38,690 --> 00:25:40,770 Please. 317 00:25:47,208 --> 00:25:49,130 Thanks. 318 00:25:49,130 --> 00:25:50,850 Get Alice, go to my mum and dad's, 319 00:25:50,850 --> 00:25:53,430 and don't do anything until Sonya calls. 320 00:25:56,249 --> 00:25:59,130 Alright, you've got the tools, now let's build the bomb. 321 00:27:29,010 --> 00:27:33,313 So, the room, this whole thing's packed with explosives. 322 00:27:35,770 --> 00:27:40,770 No, what are you doing? 323 00:27:49,692 --> 00:27:52,145 I'm just going for a tiny little look. 324 00:27:52,170 --> 00:27:54,690 Don't be daft, you don't know about explosives. 325 00:27:54,690 --> 00:27:56,770 I know about wiring. 326 00:27:57,021 --> 00:27:58,181 No. 327 00:27:58,206 --> 00:27:59,646 - It's all right. - No. 328 00:27:59,671 --> 00:28:00,922 It's all right. 329 00:28:00,947 --> 00:28:05,845 No! 330 00:28:06,680 --> 00:28:08,745 Things aren't good between your mum and dad, 331 00:28:08,770 --> 00:28:10,852 are they, Lana? 332 00:28:11,690 --> 00:28:14,954 No, sorry, you're absolutely right. It's none of my business. 333 00:28:20,770 --> 00:28:22,850 I'm not like you. 334 00:28:22,850 --> 00:28:24,929 I'm not ready just to give up. 335 00:28:29,047 --> 00:28:31,493 Looks like our guest has arrived. 336 00:28:40,001 --> 00:28:41,409 Thank you so much for coming. 337 00:28:41,409 --> 00:28:43,170 We really appreciate it. 338 00:28:43,170 --> 00:28:45,249 Right this way. 339 00:29:37,810 --> 00:29:39,690 Well done, Lana. 340 00:29:39,690 --> 00:29:41,770 Should have recruited you long ago. 341 00:29:47,889 --> 00:29:50,249 Washington. 342 00:29:50,249 --> 00:29:51,929 What the hell are you doing here? 343 00:29:51,929 --> 00:29:53,170 Sir, apologies. 344 00:29:53,170 --> 00:29:55,050 Sonya in bomb data analysis isn't able 345 00:29:55,050 --> 00:29:57,650 to attend the meeting, so she's asked me to step in. 346 00:29:57,650 --> 00:29:58,770 What? 347 00:29:58,770 --> 00:29:59,929 You can't be serious. 348 00:29:59,929 --> 00:30:01,624 I'm the person most qualified 349 00:30:01,649 --> 00:30:04,489 to talk about the devices used in this campaign so far. 350 00:30:04,489 --> 00:30:07,038 Well, no, I'm sorry. This is, this is unacceptable. 351 00:30:07,063 --> 00:30:10,915 Sir, I know we didn't leave on the best terms yesterday. 352 00:30:10,940 --> 00:30:12,859 You called me a brown-nosing twat. 353 00:30:12,884 --> 00:30:14,929 I know, sir, and I'm sorry, genuinely, 354 00:30:14,929 --> 00:30:17,250 but the home secretary might want expert input 355 00:30:17,250 --> 00:30:18,490 on the devices. 356 00:30:18,490 --> 00:30:22,050 Alright, we'll park this for now. 357 00:30:22,050 --> 00:30:24,129 Stay and fill in for Dr. Reeves. 358 00:30:26,210 --> 00:30:28,210 It's appreciated. 359 00:30:33,408 --> 00:30:34,609 Thank you so much for coming. 360 00:30:34,609 --> 00:30:35,773 Thank you, a pleasure. 361 00:30:35,798 --> 00:30:37,850 We'll start imminently, so please do take a seat. 362 00:30:37,850 --> 00:30:39,210 Right. 363 00:30:39,210 --> 00:30:42,129 Thank you very much, everyone. Please sit down. 364 00:30:57,533 --> 00:30:58,837 Yeah. 365 00:30:58,862 --> 00:31:00,623 - Thank you. - No problem. 366 00:31:00,648 --> 00:31:02,726 Hi, thank you. 367 00:31:04,649 --> 00:31:06,010 Good afternoon, Home Secretary, 368 00:31:06,010 --> 00:31:08,609 and thank you for giving us a moment of your time. 369 00:31:08,609 --> 00:31:11,770 This situation is dynamic and moving at pace. 370 00:31:11,770 --> 00:31:13,173 Therefore, we will be brief. 371 00:31:13,198 --> 00:31:14,210 Thank you. 372 00:31:14,210 --> 00:31:16,089 And thanks to all those present 373 00:31:16,089 --> 00:31:17,370 for the work you've been doing 374 00:31:17,370 --> 00:31:20,530 in the most trying circumstances. 375 00:31:20,530 --> 00:31:21,810 Please continue, John. 376 00:31:21,810 --> 00:31:23,649 Thank you, ma'am. 377 00:31:23,649 --> 00:31:25,730 What's the plan, Lana? 378 00:31:25,852 --> 00:31:28,250 Does he take it to her or she going to him? 379 00:31:28,250 --> 00:31:30,689 We will speak by exception only. 380 00:31:30,689 --> 00:31:33,449 The purpose of this brief is to lay out the progress 381 00:31:33,449 --> 00:31:35,169 of this investigation. 382 00:31:35,169 --> 00:31:37,449 Looking at the group behind the attacks 383 00:31:37,449 --> 00:31:40,649 and the evidence we have as to their identity, 384 00:31:40,649 --> 00:31:42,089 including the physical evidence, 385 00:31:42,089 --> 00:31:45,490 which we believe will lead us to a swift resolution 386 00:31:45,490 --> 00:31:47,250 without further loss of life. 387 00:31:47,250 --> 00:31:49,927 We are dealing with a group not previously known 388 00:31:49,927 --> 00:31:52,890 to the police or the security services. 389 00:31:52,890 --> 00:31:55,408 Their bombing campaign has targeted 390 00:31:57,970 --> 00:32:00,770 both in and around the city of London, 391 00:32:00,770 --> 00:32:03,449 using a level of sophistication not seen before 392 00:32:03,449 --> 00:32:04,689 on the UK mainland. 393 00:32:04,689 --> 00:32:06,770 What kind of sophistication? 394 00:32:07,370 --> 00:32:09,408 Well, I have here a few examples 395 00:32:09,408 --> 00:32:13,010 of the improvised explosive devices they have employed. 396 00:32:13,970 --> 00:32:16,570 We have been in communication with Interpol 397 00:32:16,570 --> 00:32:19,210 and Five Eyes, who likewise have not seen this type 398 00:32:19,210 --> 00:32:22,050 of ingenuity associated with domestic terrorism 399 00:32:22,050 --> 00:32:24,449 and certainly not on this scale. 400 00:32:25,530 --> 00:32:28,290 I'd like to ask our explosives officer, 401 00:32:28,290 --> 00:32:30,370 Lana Washington, to join me. 402 00:32:31,649 --> 00:32:34,290 Lana is the lead technical expert in this case, 403 00:32:34,290 --> 00:32:38,810 in the absence of Dr. Sonya Reeves from bomb data analysis. 404 00:32:39,927 --> 00:32:42,089 She has particular expertise 405 00:32:48,408 --> 00:32:52,850 in defusing bombs and can offer specialist insight 406 00:32:52,850 --> 00:32:55,290 into the likely identity of the group responsible 407 00:32:55,290 --> 00:32:56,330 for the disa... 408 00:33:02,089 --> 00:33:05,530 Experience tells us that improvised explosive devices 409 00:33:12,970 --> 00:33:15,850 have an identity that is very particular to their maker. 410 00:33:25,850 --> 00:33:27,850 I'm sorry. 411 00:33:30,287 --> 00:33:32,327 Oh, I've had worse off your mother. 412 00:33:36,010 --> 00:33:39,687 I'm just, just can't stop grieving. 413 00:33:42,630 --> 00:33:44,630 Ah. 414 00:33:44,655 --> 00:33:46,096 Neither can I. 415 00:33:46,649 --> 00:33:50,249 It's funny, how long we've been married, 416 00:33:51,490 --> 00:33:55,647 we've got such different ways of dealing with stuff. 417 00:33:57,647 --> 00:34:01,736 Well, I bottle things up, I think. 418 00:34:02,398 --> 00:34:05,455 I push things down. 419 00:34:06,409 --> 00:34:08,410 Keep myself busy. 420 00:34:09,889 --> 00:34:11,510 Kind of person I am. 421 00:34:15,884 --> 00:34:18,044 I'm not. 422 00:34:18,069 --> 00:34:20,736 You can say that again. 423 00:34:23,746 --> 00:34:25,746 Jeff. 424 00:34:26,621 --> 00:34:28,982 I don't blame you for Billy. 425 00:34:31,653 --> 00:34:33,653 It's not your fault. 426 00:34:35,993 --> 00:34:37,993 No. 427 00:34:39,346 --> 00:34:41,947 But it's not your fault either. 428 00:34:46,907 --> 00:34:48,666 Hey, hey. 429 00:34:48,666 --> 00:34:50,666 Val. 430 00:34:50,666 --> 00:34:52,626 Listen, it's gonna be all right. 431 00:34:52,626 --> 00:34:54,706 It's gonna be okay. 432 00:35:21,767 --> 00:35:23,105 What's the plan, Lana? 433 00:35:23,105 --> 00:35:25,726 The first device Lana is going to show you... 434 00:35:25,751 --> 00:35:27,031 With all due respect, John, 435 00:35:27,056 --> 00:35:29,666 I'm not interested in the type of bombs being used. 436 00:35:30,228 --> 00:35:33,349 I want to know how you're going to catch the terrorists behind this. 437 00:35:33,827 --> 00:35:35,922 I understand that, Home Secretary, 438 00:35:35,947 --> 00:35:38,145 but the nature of the devices used... 439 00:35:38,145 --> 00:35:40,626 Is sophisticated, I get that. 440 00:35:40,626 --> 00:35:42,386 But what measures are actually being taken 441 00:35:42,386 --> 00:35:44,426 - to hunt down the perpetrators? - Lana. 442 00:35:44,426 --> 00:35:45,666 Of course. 443 00:35:45,666 --> 00:35:48,185 If we examine the granular intelligence. 444 00:35:48,185 --> 00:35:50,306 Forgive me, ma'am. 445 00:35:50,306 --> 00:35:54,185 Sorry, but I, I agree with Commander Francis. 446 00:35:54,185 --> 00:35:56,346 An understanding of the device is the only way 447 00:35:56,371 --> 00:35:58,942 to establish who's behind it. 448 00:36:01,607 --> 00:36:04,728 This is a command initiated device. 449 00:36:08,787 --> 00:36:12,185 A bomb like this would allow the bomber greater control 450 00:36:12,185 --> 00:36:16,263 to hit their planned target. 451 00:36:21,346 --> 00:36:24,066 What's unusual about this is 452 00:36:24,066 --> 00:36:26,066 it's not triggered just by calling the phone. 453 00:36:26,066 --> 00:36:29,426 You have to enter a four digit code to set it off. 454 00:36:30,264 --> 00:36:32,787 This is bomb making of the highest order, 455 00:36:32,787 --> 00:36:34,586 so an understanding of how it's made is- 456 00:36:34,586 --> 00:36:37,364 Yes, exactly, thank you very much, Lana. 457 00:36:39,947 --> 00:36:40,987 Do it, now. 458 00:36:40,987 --> 00:36:43,746 No, it's not close enough. 459 00:36:43,746 --> 00:36:46,505 You're all clear. Take positions. 460 00:36:53,066 --> 00:36:55,264 DS Morgan. 461 00:36:55,506 --> 00:36:56,628 Do we have everyone out? 462 00:36:56,653 --> 00:36:59,706 Just those attending the briefing and those in close proximity left. 463 00:36:59,706 --> 00:37:01,867 Okay, have we been cleared to proceed? 464 00:37:01,867 --> 00:37:04,987 We are authorised to use lethal force if required. 465 00:37:13,529 --> 00:37:16,569 And of course, this device is only one of a variety 466 00:37:16,594 --> 00:37:19,263 of initiation methods used. 467 00:37:20,066 --> 00:37:22,264 You can clearly see the complexities 468 00:37:22,264 --> 00:37:24,666 that we as a team have faced 469 00:37:24,666 --> 00:37:27,626 in the course of our investigation. 470 00:37:27,626 --> 00:37:29,706 Armed police are in the building. 471 00:37:32,145 --> 00:37:34,145 Closing in. 472 00:37:36,987 --> 00:37:40,646 You're gonna have to make a move, Lana. It's you or your mum and dad. 473 00:37:44,545 --> 00:37:47,666 And variety indicates either a bomb making team 474 00:37:47,666 --> 00:37:51,105 or a very talented individual bomb maker. 475 00:37:51,105 --> 00:37:52,466 As individuals tend to stick 476 00:37:52,466 --> 00:37:56,306 to the type of device they have the most success with. 477 00:37:56,306 --> 00:38:00,787 So whoever it is is a clean skin, someone new. 478 00:38:00,787 --> 00:38:03,746 So while we have hundreds of personnel working this case, 479 00:38:03,746 --> 00:38:07,066 it's true we have very few actionable leads. 480 00:38:09,145 --> 00:38:10,304 Now, Lana. 481 00:38:10,329 --> 00:38:13,927 But indication suggests that another attack is... 482 00:38:16,185 --> 00:38:18,185 Now. 483 00:38:19,947 --> 00:38:21,947 Ma'am! 484 00:38:27,947 --> 00:38:29,787 This call is being redirected. 485 00:38:31,907 --> 00:38:33,987 What? 486 00:38:34,516 --> 00:38:35,802 Shit! 487 00:38:40,626 --> 00:38:42,626 Armed police, stop! 488 00:38:43,225 --> 00:38:44,827 Stay there! 489 00:38:44,827 --> 00:38:46,787 Stay still. 490 00:38:46,787 --> 00:38:48,386 Keep your hands where we can see them. 491 00:38:48,386 --> 00:38:50,185 Move forward. 492 00:38:50,185 --> 00:38:51,264 Stop. 493 00:38:51,289 --> 00:38:52,746 Batra, will you call Sonya, please? 494 00:38:52,746 --> 00:38:54,426 - Sure, yeah. - Move forward. 495 00:38:54,426 --> 00:38:56,264 Stop. 496 00:38:56,264 --> 00:38:57,827 IED, IED. 497 00:38:57,827 --> 00:38:59,346 Stand back! 498 00:38:59,346 --> 00:39:03,306 Everyone follow to your nearest exit. 499 00:39:03,306 --> 00:39:05,386 All right, CTHQ. 500 00:39:06,426 --> 00:39:08,426 That's it, house go. 501 00:39:11,226 --> 00:39:14,106 Okay, now, very, very gently catch this, sir. 502 00:39:14,441 --> 00:39:16,281 - You got it? - Got it. 503 00:39:16,306 --> 00:39:18,386 You guys all right? 504 00:39:18,493 --> 00:39:20,386 Come on, Val, come on. 505 00:39:20,386 --> 00:39:22,466 There we go, there we go, lovely. 506 00:39:22,466 --> 00:39:24,666 Nice and gently, gently, gently, gently. 507 00:39:24,666 --> 00:39:26,346 You got her? - Yeah. 508 00:39:26,346 --> 00:39:28,225 Nice and gently, please. Well done, Val, well done, well done. 509 00:39:28,225 --> 00:39:29,907 Easy, easy, it's okay, I've got you. You good? 510 00:39:29,907 --> 00:39:30,907 Here we go, we got it. 511 00:39:30,907 --> 00:39:32,746 Easy as pie, here we go. 512 00:39:32,746 --> 00:39:34,145 - All right, guys, let's go. - Bye. 513 00:39:34,145 --> 00:39:35,346 You wanna get that door for me, mate, please? 514 00:39:35,346 --> 00:39:37,426 Tell Wash her parents are safe. 515 00:39:39,066 --> 00:39:42,185 You diverted the call from the phone they gave you 516 00:39:42,185 --> 00:39:44,306 and it gave you command of the device? 517 00:39:44,306 --> 00:39:46,386 Yeah. 518 00:39:48,145 --> 00:39:50,145 That's clever. 519 00:39:50,787 --> 00:39:53,346 But why then did the bomb you built get all the way 520 00:39:53,346 --> 00:39:54,897 to the home secretary? 521 00:39:54,922 --> 00:39:57,426 Because I needed them to think it was them setting it off. 522 00:39:57,426 --> 00:39:59,346 The real device required a four digit code 523 00:39:59,346 --> 00:40:00,897 that only they had access to. 524 00:40:00,922 --> 00:40:04,124 Why didn't you alert our officers as soon as you entered the building? 525 00:40:04,149 --> 00:40:05,952 Because they would've killed my mum and dad. 526 00:40:05,977 --> 00:40:08,077 But you could have killed the home secretary. 527 00:40:08,102 --> 00:40:10,583 I was trying to take control of the situation. 528 00:40:10,583 --> 00:40:11,996 Control? 529 00:40:12,021 --> 00:40:13,062 - Lana... - And... 530 00:40:13,062 --> 00:40:14,344 You took a hell of a risk. 531 00:40:14,344 --> 00:40:18,821 In doing that, she saved other people's lives. 532 00:40:20,583 --> 00:40:22,742 I think we'd do well to remember that, sir. 533 00:40:28,702 --> 00:40:30,742 What about the others? 534 00:40:30,742 --> 00:40:32,821 I gave you their location. 535 00:40:33,494 --> 00:40:35,477 What? 536 00:40:41,303 --> 00:40:42,943 Armed police, get down! 537 00:40:45,344 --> 00:40:47,424 Don't move, don't move! 538 00:41:20,344 --> 00:41:22,641 There you are. Been looking for you. 539 00:41:22,666 --> 00:41:24,748 You been hiding in the loo? 540 00:41:25,274 --> 00:41:26,519 You all right? 541 00:41:26,544 --> 00:41:27,782 No, I'm not. 542 00:41:27,782 --> 00:41:29,863 Look, do you want to go? 543 00:41:29,863 --> 00:41:30,983 I'm happy to cover for you. 544 00:41:30,983 --> 00:41:32,424 No, I can't go, it's Danny's wedding. 545 00:41:32,424 --> 00:41:34,424 I'm just gonna get shit-faced. 546 00:41:34,424 --> 00:41:36,344 Well, that sounds like a good idea. 547 00:41:48,596 --> 00:41:50,677 Oh, thank you. 548 00:41:50,702 --> 00:41:52,782 Cheers. 549 00:41:56,054 --> 00:41:58,696 Who are you looking at? 550 00:41:58,721 --> 00:42:00,801 I think he's one of Danny's uncles. 551 00:42:01,828 --> 00:42:03,349 He's checking you out. 552 00:42:03,374 --> 00:42:05,453 Yeah, look at them eyes. 553 00:42:05,478 --> 00:42:06,680 Go and say hello then. 554 00:42:06,705 --> 00:42:08,067 No, I'm not gonna leave you. 555 00:42:08,092 --> 00:42:10,211 Oh, sod off and go and say hello. 556 00:42:10,236 --> 00:42:11,335 He's hot. 557 00:42:11,360 --> 00:42:13,319 I'm gonna drag you there if you don't go. 558 00:42:13,344 --> 00:42:15,424 All right, all right. 559 00:42:16,303 --> 00:42:17,863 Go on, go on. 560 00:42:17,863 --> 00:42:20,303 That'll be the last you see of her today. 561 00:42:20,303 --> 00:42:23,062 Uh huh, yep. 562 00:42:23,062 --> 00:42:26,143 Oh, here he is, man of the moment. 563 00:42:26,500 --> 00:42:27,902 Come here. 564 00:42:27,927 --> 00:42:30,368 It was nothing, it was nothing. 565 00:42:30,393 --> 00:42:31,911 Oh, he's a very modest man, isn't he? 566 00:42:31,936 --> 00:42:34,319 You and Danny only saved our lives. 567 00:42:34,344 --> 00:42:36,223 And listen, Lana, she did all the work. 568 00:42:36,223 --> 00:42:39,424 Yeah, I'm gonna take the credit 'cause I'm his boss. 569 00:42:39,424 --> 00:42:42,464 Oh, this is unsettling. I'm gonna go, bye. 570 00:42:44,215 --> 00:42:46,056 You scrubbed up well, Dad. 571 00:42:46,081 --> 00:42:47,958 Yeah, looking great, love, yeah? 572 00:42:47,983 --> 00:42:49,983 Yeah, you all right? 573 00:42:49,983 --> 00:42:52,143 Yeah, tip top, tip top. 574 00:42:52,519 --> 00:42:55,433 Oh no, how's Mum doing? 575 00:42:55,458 --> 00:42:57,662 Look at her. She's fine. 576 00:42:57,662 --> 00:42:58,983 Nice to see her out. 577 00:42:58,983 --> 00:43:01,583 Yeah. Mind you, if she gets on the dance floor, 578 00:43:01,583 --> 00:43:04,583 you'll have to help me restrain her before there's carnage. 579 00:43:04,583 --> 00:43:07,102 - Hi, you all right? - All right, love? 580 00:43:07,102 --> 00:43:09,464 Her outfit looks even cooler than mine. 581 00:43:14,464 --> 00:43:16,464 Billy would've liked this. 582 00:43:16,489 --> 00:43:18,238 No, he wouldn't, he hated parties. 583 00:43:18,263 --> 00:43:20,344 He had two left feet, couldn't dance. 584 00:43:23,623 --> 00:43:25,943 Yeah, true enough. 585 00:43:33,143 --> 00:43:35,143 You okay? 586 00:43:35,464 --> 00:43:37,464 Yeah. 587 00:43:38,534 --> 00:43:39,684 All right. 588 00:43:39,709 --> 00:43:41,677 No, Danny, listen, I'm, I'm happy for you, 589 00:43:41,702 --> 00:43:43,062 but this is where I draw the line. 590 00:43:43,062 --> 00:43:44,384 - Not taking no for an answer. - Right, Sonya. 591 00:43:44,384 --> 00:43:46,623 Let's go, let's go. 592 00:43:46,623 --> 00:43:48,263 I'm after you, come on. 593 00:43:57,384 --> 00:43:59,384 - Thank you. - Fair. 594 00:44:22,035 --> 00:44:26,035 - Synced and corrected by synk - - www.MY-SUBS.com - 41612

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