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Three-fold rise in Scottish children referred to Prevent

28 children under the age of 15 were referred to the Prevent de-radicalisation scheme in Scotland last year.

Strasbourg Christmas market attacker killed

French police have shot dead the man who attacked Strasbourg's Christmas market in a shootout.

Prevent referrals for rightwing extremism rise by third

The number of people referred to the UK government’s counter-extremism programme over concerns about far-right activity has risen by 36 per cent.

Alert level raised in France following Strasbourg shooting

French ministers have issued a maximum level of alert as police hunt Strasbourg gunman.

Newcastle male arrested on suspicion of terrorism offences

Counter Terrorism Policing North East have arrested a 33-year-old man in Newcastle on suspicion of terrorism offences.

£11m heading for ISIS seized in five years

A counter terrorism finance team has seized more than £11 million in the past five years, including money sent to relatives fighting for ISIS.

Brexit and borders: a lack of clarity

What does Theresa May's Brexit details tell us about UK border security, trade and migration?

International Security Expo: Creating public awareness

CTB talks to Gary Fretwell about the challenges when considering the security of a crowded place and getting used to a higher level of security

Protecting airports against vehicle attacks

With vehicle-related attacks on the rise, Gavin Hepburn discusses best practice for airport security officials looking to upgrade their retrospective solutions

Increasing the pressure on global security

International Security Expo showcases over 1,000 of the latest innovative security products to help improve security.

Tech and the post-Brexit landscape

Given the issue of Brexit-related soft borders, is it now time for new lines to be drawn? Our panellists discuss

Future of resilience in communications

Our panel of experts explore the extent to which blended communications are the future of resilience in communications