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A suicide attack has killed 22 people and injured at least 59 more following a concert at Manchester Arena.

Northumbria Police leads counter terror exercise

Northumbria Police has led a multi-agency training exercise at intu Metrocentre in Gateshead, one of Europe's biggest shopping centres, to test emergency service response to a major incident.

Four arrested in capital counter-terror raids

Four men have been arrested in east London for allegedly preparing acts of terrorism.

MPs targeted in cyber attacks earlier in year

MPs were deliberately targeted by hackers earlier in the year, raising concerns over politically motivated cyber attacks.

Snooping powers dropped in Lib Dem manifesto

The Liberal Democrats have promised to scrap the mass snooping powers, as part of their general election manifesto pledges.

Instagram shuts down IS-linked propaganda outlet

The BBC has reported that a propaganda arm of the so-called Islamic State group (IS) has attempted to set up an account on Instagram, but was quickly shut down by the social media platform.

3000 tip offs about suspected terrorist activity

The National Police Chief’s Council (NPCC) has confirmed that over 3000 people got in contact with information about possible terrorist activity since the Action Counters Terrorism (ACT) campaign was launched in March.

CT police criticised for not wearing body cameras

The lawyer for a woman shot during a recent counter terror raid in Willesden has criticised the officers for not wearing body cameras.

Man found guilty of planting bomb on Jubilee line

20-year-old Damon Smith has been found guilty of making a bomb filled with ball bearings and leaving it on a Tube train.

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.


CTB Interview: DCS Scott Wilson

Ahead of the Security & Counter Terror Expo, DCS Scott Wilson answers questions on the international expansion of Protect and Prepare

Putting terrorist threats into context

Richard English questions whether terrorism is working and looks at what terrorism does and does not tend to achieve

The unpredictability of the long anticipated attack

Having long held a ‘severe’ terrorist threat level, how prepared was London for the recent Westminster terrorist attack?

Engaging with the public to prevent terrorism

The NPCC explains how officers are urging the public to stay alert and help prevent attacks like those seen in Westminster

Terrorism trends explored at IFSEC

In light of recent events, IFSEC International investigates five alarming terror trends and what they mean for counter terror strategies

A new approach for cyber security in the UK

As the threat of terrorism becomes far more than just a physical danger, cyber security increases in importance within the UK

Preventing terrorism and protecting the world’s civilians

Leading security figures will discuss changing terrorist threats at the World Counter Terror Congress in May

Tackling terrorism in the drone zone

With the potential for criminals and terrorists to exploit technology advances, CTB analyses the potential use and misuse of UAVs

Securing UK borders from terrorist threats

Counter Terror Business looks at how border security will help ease the migration flow to the UK and keep terrorism at bay

The significance of counter terrorist security at major events

Counter Terror Business looks at the importance of contingency planning at large events

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