British Brace for a Nightmare Scenario: Another Terror Strike

Biometric ID, increased searches mark 'new world' of security in London


Many bristle at the idea of living permanently amid tighter security, reflecting a reluctance rooted in the widely held belief that if they significantly change their lifestyles, the terrorists will have won.

Eighty-seven percent of respondents to a Sky News instant poll Sunday asking whether they've changed their routines since Thursday's attacks said "no."

"We are determined to resume normal life as soon as possible," said Armon Hutchinson, a doorman at a London department store, sporting a top hat and tails.

"You can't afford these people restricting our movements or doing our daily activities."