Asians ‘treated worse’ following terrorist attacks

An Asian Network survey has suggested that nearly a third of British Asians say they have experienced worse treatment following a terrorist attack.

Westminster incident treated as terrorism

A man has been arrested on terrorism offences after a car crashed into security barriers outside the Houses of Parliament, injuring a number of pedestrians.

Police cuts leave force failing the public

The new head of the Police Federation has issued a warning that the public are being ‘failed’ because of stretched resources.

Football fans asked to be vigilant as new season starts

With the new football season having kicked off, football fans have been reminded of the ‘Know The Game Plan’ security advice.

Two charged with terror offencrs after Met Police arrests

Woman remains in custody and one man on police bail following Counter Terrorism Command operation

Terrorism fears quash building proposal at North Shields Marina

Plans for a block of flats on North Shields Marina near the Port of Tyne have been refused over terrorism fears.

The UK has invited independent technical experts from the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) to travel to the UK to collect further samples of the nerve agent used in the Amesbury case.

Man arrested on suspicion of terrorism offence

Detectives from the Met Police Counter Terrorism Command have arrested a 20-year-old man on suspicion of a terrorism offence.

New thinking needed to counter terror threat

Andy Burnham has warned that rising levels of extremism in all communities means new thinking is needed to counter the terror threat.

More than £100 million for police transformation projects

The Home Office is investing more than £100 million in projects designed to prepare police forces to adapt to the challenges of the future.

Manchester Arena bomber was rescued by Royal Navy

Manchester bomber Salman Abedi was rescued by the Royal Navy from the civil war in Libya three years before the attack.

Cooperation over death penalty threat suspended

The Home Office has suspended cooperation with American authorities over the case of two British jihadis facing the possibility of execution in the US.

Armed police operations rise to highest level in seven years

Police firearms operations rose 19 per cent in the last year, with police carrying out 18,746 armed operations in the last 12 months.

Security threat from returning ISIS women

The number of women and minors returning to Britain from Syria and Iraq has been significantly underestimated.

UK 'will not block death penalty' for ISIS Beatles

Leak says UK would not oppose the use of the death penalty if two alleged ISIS members were extradited to the US.

Counter terrorism and security documents leaked

The Sunday Telegraph has found that hundreds of sensitive Cabinet Office and Hom


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