When will the honesty start?
I'm pleased that this one device has been seized so that no innocent people will end up being hurt. But you do have to ask the question, what exactly are the security people looking for at our airports? Their current systems, training and staff mean that they can only follow the detect the most simplistic, crude devices carried by the most obvious of perpetrators. Of the (very few) tests I have witnessed, they normally miss something. When, oh when will someone be honest and tell the rest of the travelling public that their security is only marginally enhanced by the expensive (£15-£20/passenger), ridiculous charade we call "Security." It is not until we have joined up systems that we will have the faintest of chances of combatting the threat posed by terrorists.