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Cobra is not a government executive committee, it is a room: Cabinet Office Briefing Room A.
Cobra - short for Cabinet Office Briefing Room A - meets when needed to discuss high-priority issues that cross departmental borders within government.
COBRA (standing for Cabinet Office Briefing Room A) deals with crises that arise at a national level.
I hosted the first meeting of COBRA, named after the place it meets - Cabinet Office Briefing Room A.
An emergency meeting of the Cabinet Office Briefing Room (COBRA) chaired by the Secretary of State for Environment Owen Paterson was convened in London.
He writes in the draft briefing: "In normal circumstances control of nuclear release would be exercised by you from the Cabinet Office briefing room, which is equipped with special facilities for this purpose.
We've already got COBRA which is nothing more than a room (Cabinet Office Briefing Room A) where meetings are held following national disasters.
"I have called a COBR (Cabinet Office Briefing Room) meeting where I will receive further briefing.
The government has summoned the crisis response committee Cobra (Cabinet Office Briefing Room A), which will be chaired by Home Secretary Theresa May, as experts speculated that the incident could have been a terrorist attack.
For more than two weeks we operated our incident suite and provided advice to the Cabinet Office Briefing Room - the UK's crisis response committee - and to John Beddington, the UK government's Chief Scientific Adviser.
"Only recently in the Cabinet Office Briefing Room, we ran a major exercise
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