Police foil active terror plot

The Metropolitan Police has confirmed they have foiled an active terror plot after a woman was shot during a raid on a house in Willesden, north-west London.

A man has been arrested after an incident in Whitehall, central London, close to Parliament.

19-year-old Haroon Syed has admitted planning a bomb attack in London, and will be sentenced in June after a probation and psychiatric report.

Johnson: Saying no to Syria strike action ‘difficult’

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has said that it would be very difficult to refuse support for the US in any potential military strike on Syria.

British jihadi killed in drone attack a ‘serious threat’, report concludes

A report published by the Intelligence and Security Committee of Parliament has concluded that Reyaad Khan, a British member of so-called Islamic State killed in an RAF drone strike in Syria, posed a ‘very serious threat to the UK.

Extremist prisoners to be separated from mainstream prisons

The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has announced the creation of three separation centres, which will form part of the wider government strategy to tackle extremism in prisons.

Paris police attacked in terror shooting

A police officer has been killed in Champs-Elysées, after a man opened fire on a police bus during the evening of Thursday 21 April.

Police training to shoot through vehicle windscreens

Police are to be trained to shoot through the windscreens of moving vehicles that pose a terrorist or security threat.

Dick sets sights on tasers and cyber crime

Newly appointed commissioner of the Metropolitan Police Cressida Dick has outlined her vision for the force, including plans for more officers to c

Soar in gun and knife crime in London

Latest figures from the Metropolitan Police have revealed a rise of 42 per cent in gun crime and 24 per cent in knife crime in London.

Stockholm attacker admits terrorism

Rakhmat Akilov, 39, from Uzbekistan, has admitted carrying out the Stockholm truck attack at a hearing in the capital.

UK to increase Syria medical aid

Following the recent chemical attack on Idlib, Syria, the government has announced that it will increase support to medical teams in the region.

Home Secretary visits Birmingham anti-radicalisation groups

Home Secretary Amber Rudd has travelled to Birmingham to witness the work taking place to combat radicalisation.

Syria hit with weapons of chemical warfare

72 people have been reported dead in northern Syria after being exposed to sarin gas, a toxic chemicals that survivors said was dropped from warplanes.

New taskforce to counter extremism in prisons

The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has announced a new specialist taskforce to analyse intelligence compiled by about 100 counter-terrorism experts working across the country to assess the threat posed by radicalisation in prisons.

 UK to send military trainers to Jordan

Prime Minister Theresa May is due to confirm that the UK is set to send military trainers to Jordan to help its air force in the fight against so-called Islamic State.

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