UK Defence Secretary Dr Liam Fox has moved out of his London flat to a grace-and-favour Government apartment over fears of a possible terrorist attack. The Cabinet Minister in charge of RAF air strikes on Libya and the war in Afghanistan has also been provided with a 150,000 chauffeur-driven, bomb-proof, armour-plated BMW 7 Series limousine. Scotland Yard first raised concerns over Dr Foxs security arrangements when his 500,000 Central London flat was burgled nearly a year ago. When a second flat in the same gated block suffered the same fate later in the year, the Met advised Dr Fox to move to a more secure London location. A senior source said: 'A security assessment of the Defence Secretarys home has raised serious concerns over his protection. 'Despite wanting to stay where he was and the freedom of his own home where he has lived for the past decade he has had to move out. Dr Fox moved the last of his belongings into a two-bedroomed apartment at Admiralty House in Whitehall last week. He is currently the only Minister living at the historic 225-year-old building. Sources close to him said he would now sell his old flat and would return any capital gains to parliamentary authorities when the sale went through. The Minister also plans to stop claiming his MPs second-home allowance for the old flat. The Defence Secretarys apartment at Admiralty House costs the Government 95,000-a-year to run, whether it is occupied or not. If Dr Fox had stayed put, sources said it would have cost taxpayers 350,000-a-year to upgrade security measures and to post armed police outside 24 hours a day. (The Mail)