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Police even applied to the Civil Aviation Authority for a no-fly zone to stop drones and TV news helicopters flying overhead.Residents in the outer cordon were allowed home at 8pm after they had given their names and proof of address to police.The couple were honoured by the Queen in 2009 for their services to children and families Metropolitan Police Deputy Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu said: 'At approximately 7.50am local police officers in Kent arrested an 18-year-old man in the departures area of the port in Dover.'He was arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the commission, preparation and instigation of acts of terrorism and transferred to custody in a police station in London.'Officers from Kent police had to partially evacuate the port of Dover at 11am this morning.
Sunbury-on-Thames is just a 37-minute train ride from Wimbledon station, where the tube that was bombed yesterday began its journey.Around 60 residents on the street were told to leave their homes, while unconfirmed reports suggested 'explosives' were found in the garden.One Neighbour, who identified herself as Carrie, said: 'I was speaking to a police officer and asking him what was going on and how long we would be out of our house.'He said he could not say but pointed to one of his colleagues and said he might know.Penelope Jones, 71, and her husband Ronald, 88, have raised 268 foster children in the house over three decades and the last eight have been refugees.Officers stormed the home on Cavendish Road at 2pm yesterday, around six hours after apprehending the suspect in the departure lounge of the Port of Dover.One is very quiet and polite, the other who is 18 is awful'.Pictured: The scene in Sudbury tonight At least eight of the Jones' foster children have been refugees, with some coming from Iraq, Eritrea, Syria, Albania and Afghanistan.Residents on Cavendish Road were evacuated and asked to find somewhere to stay for the evening.Staines Rugby Club has been set up as a meeting point.Mrs Jones, who has six children of her own with her husband, said in an interview with community group Elmbridge CAN: 'We just try and support where we can - because they’ve had bad lives.'Sometimes, watching the news, they can get so worked up that they have to leave the house and go for a walk – it’s awful to see and it’s so difficult for them.'Mrs Jones was inspired to foster children after working in a juvenile prison for five years.'[I read] one of the kids profiles and thought, "had his mum and dad had time for him, he wouldn’t be in here".Every time I gave him some attention he grabbed it.