US News Woman charged after being arrested trying to scale Buckingham Palace gates

22:50  08 october  2017
22:50  08 october  2017 Source:   Press Association

Woman charged after being arrested trying to scale Buckingham Palace gates

  Woman charged after being arrested trying to scale Buckingham Palace gates Jessica Davey, 35, will appear in court on Monday accused of being drunk and disorderly.Jessica Davey, 35, will appear in court on Monday accused of being drunk and disorderly over the incident at the central London landmark on Saturday, Scotland Yard said.

LONDON: British police said they had arrested a woman who was trying to scale the front gates of Queen Elizabeth’s Buckingham Palace home in British police are on high alert after five attacks blamed on terrorism this year. In August, a man wielding a sword outside the palace was charged

A woman has been charged by police after being arrested while trying to scale the front gates of Buckingham Palace . Jessica Davey, 35, will appear in court on Monday accused of being drunk and disorderly over the incident at the central London landmark on Saturday, Scotland Yard said.

Buckingham Palace: A woman has been charged by police after being arrested while trying to scale the front gates of Buckingham Palace (Nick Ansell/PA) © Provided by The Press Association A woman has been charged by police after being arrested while trying to scale the front gates of Buckingham Palace (Nick Ansell/PA)

A woman has been charged by police after being arrested while trying to scale the front gates of Buckingham Palace.

Jessica Davey, 35, will appear in court on Monday accused of being drunk and disorderly over the incident at the central London landmark on Saturday, Scotland Yard said.

Davey, from Ilbert Street in Queen’s Park, west London, was remanded in custody ahead of her appearance at Westminster Magistrates’ Court.

Officers arrested her outside the Queen’s official London residence at around 5.40pm on Saturday.

'Conflict' likely among staff in new Royal era .
The Queen's former press secretary has told Sky News there are probably tensions between staff in the royal households as younger members of the Royal Family take on more official duties. "I don't think there is a conflict behind the scenes as far as the main players (the royals) are concerned… but there probably is a conflict between the people who are organising them," said Dickie Arbiter."There's a tendency for people who join the royal households to get a bit of red carpet fever, feel a bit more important than they should do and don't get on with the job properly.

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