Market town’s May Day fete is called off… because it didn’t have an anti-terror plan

The organisers were unable to meet the strict safety demands laid out by Wiltshire Council, leaving them with no choice but to cancel the event for the first time in its history.

Critics branded the decision ‘ridiculous’ and ‘far-fetched’, and suggested the town in rural Wiltshire would ‘not be very high on a list of Islamic State targets’.

Terrorism is now an accepted and enforced aspect of life in small town England- and still dangerous immigrants are allowed in.