The BBC has reported that ‘extremist’ books discovered by the Prison Service have remained in jail libraries in England and Wales, despite a review calling for their removal.

The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) has trained its counsellors to help parents who fear their children may be becoming radicalised.

The murder of a priest in Normandy has sparked further security and safety concerns across France.

The Home Office has confirmed that 550,000 frontline public sector workers have been trained in its counter-terrorism Prevent programme, as part of its strategy to identify extremism.

A Syrian asylum seeker has blown himself up with a backpack bomb, injuring 12 people, close to a festival in the south German town of Ansbach.

In a report, the Joint Committee on Human Rights has said there is currently no useable legal definition of extremism.

Federal police in Brazil have arrested a group of 10, calling themselves Ansar al-Khilafah Brazil, on suspicion of preparing to carry out acts of terrorism during the Olympic Games.

Defence Secretary Michael Fallon has reaffirmed the UK’s commitment to the Counter-Daesh coalition, in his first visit to the US since the forming of the new government.

EU law enforcement agency Europol has released a report which stated that there has been a record number of terrorist attacks planned, foiled or carried out in EU countries in 2015.

Defence Secretary Michael Fallon met with his Qatari counterpart, Dr Khalid Bin Mohammed Al Attiyah in London to reaffirm the commitment to tackling terrorism in Iraq, Syria and Libya and the joint training between the UK and Quatar.

President Francois Hollande has condemned that attack in France which has left 84 people dead, including children, as having an ‘undeniable terrorist nature’.

New Prime Minister Theresa May has appointed Amber Rudd as the new Home Secretary.

According to figures released by the National Police Chief’s Council (NPCC), teachers made one-third of referrals to the counter terrorism scheme Prevent programme, in 2015.

A report by Ofsted has found that a number of further education colleges and skills providers are leaving learners at risk of radicalisation and extremism.

Prime Minister David Cameron has announced that a new National Memorial for British citizens killed in terror attacks overseas will be unveiled by Summer 2017.

The Sunday Times has reported that Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby has raised concerns over aspects of the government’s counter-terror

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