Multiple locations in London have been put on terror alert over a bomb threat after police found suspicious items.
The BBC offices, the Chinese and Polish embassies, Kenya High Commission and headquarters of organisations including the Royal Institute of British Architects located in Portland Place was evacuated after police found a 'suspicous vehicle,' according to The Independent.
Hundreds of people were also asked to leave their offices after police evacuated several buildings near London Bridge station in a security alert. A building near the Hay's Galleria shopping centre was also emptied, Metro.co.uk reported.
The bomb scare incidently has come just a day before the British Parliament met to vote on Prime Minister David Cameron's proposal of the UK joining US-led air strikes against the Islamic State terrorists in Syria.
More details awaited.
What's going on? Hays Lane london bridge cordoned off by police pic.twitter.com/jTA4G25WqZ
— Jack Waterman (@JackAWaterman5) December 1, 2015
Evacuated from our office and Portland Place and New Cavendish Street cordoned off. What's happening?? pic.twitter.com/FFMGITE3ck
— Shula hagan (@Shulahagan) December 1, 2015