Four technology companies are set to collaborate to hinder the spread of violent, extremist images and video on their websites.

The government's controversial counter terrorism strategy, Prevent, will face a legal challenge in the High Court.

Counter terrorism experts have warned that vulnerable refugees in Europe are being targeted by Islamic State recruiters in a radicalisation effort.

Immigration to the UK has risen to a record level with 650,000 migrants in the year to June, ONS figures show.

The Islamic State (IS) group has claimed responsibility for an attack carried out by Somali-born Abdul Razak Ali Artan, which left 11 people injured.

Counter-terror police held a major training exercise in a shopping centre in Canary Wharf to help staff and officers prepare for any future attack.

Counter Terrorism Awareness Week will advise the public on how to stay protected from threats at work, at home and online.

A jury at Kingston Crown Court has heart that Mohamed Abrini, a suspect involved in the Paris and Brussels terror attacks, was given £3,000 during a meeting in Birmingham, in July 2015.

National Police Chiefs' Council (NPCC) figures show that the NHS referred 420 patients and staff to police in a year over concerns they were at ris

According to a report by BBC Newsbeat, 150 UK citizens are currently receiving mental health treatment on the NHS after surviving terrorist attacks abroad.

The National Crime Agency (NCA) has warned that half of the terror plots prevented in the UK over the last two years involved extremists attempting to purchase guns from criminal gangs.

UK police have revealed that five extremist plots, similar to the Paris-style gun attacks, have been foiled in the last two years.

Chancellor Philip Hammond has announced a £1.9 billion government National Cyber Security Strategy.

A review carried out by Lord Harris of Haringey to review London’s ability to deal with a terror attack has urged the Home Office to consider combining the Met Police, the City of London Police and the British Transport Police (BTP).

Baroness Ruth Henig, the former chair of the Security Industry Authority, has recommend that licensing laws should be altered to direct that entertainment venues should undergo counter-terror training.

Defence Secretary Michael Fallon has announced has announced that UK personnel will train members of vetted moderate Syrian opposition groups in infantry, medical and explosive hazard awareness skills as part of the counter Daesh (ISIL) campaign.

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