Son of former Somali government official detained in British MP murder case

London-ALsharqiya October 18: An informed source and British media said that the police had detained Ali Harbi Ali, the son of a former media advisor to a former Somali prime minister, under the anti-terrorism law after the killing of MP David Amis. Harbi Ali Colani, the accused's father, who is also a former director of the Somali government's Media and Communications Department, said that his son was arrested in the murder case and that in light of the ongoing early investigation, he is obligated not to speak now. Sources told Reuters that British police had searched a residence in north London linked to Ali Harbi. British Home Secretary Priti Patel said Britain was considering a number of options to enhance the security of members of Parliament.


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