Terror attacks ‘tipping police budget over edge’

Staffordshire's Matthew Ellis has said that the need for more officers following the recent terror attacks is tipping their budget ‘over the edge’.

New Facebook initiative to tackle online extremist material

Facebook is to step up combating extremist material online by educating charities about countering hate speech.

Finsbury Park attacker charged

A man has been charged with terrorism-related murder and attempted murder after the attack in Finsbury Park.

Van hire laws needed to counter terror, says Met Commissioner

The hire of vans may have to be regulated to prevent them being used in a terrorist attack, says the Metropolitan Police Commissioner.

Finsbury Park attack suspect presumably ‘self-radicalised’

The Finsbury Park terrorist attack suspect is believed to have been self-radicalised, it has been reported.

Andy Burnham pledges to review Manchester’s counter-terror strategy

Andy Burnham has vowed to review the Prevent programme following the Manchester Arena bombing.

Manchester Project Griffin briefing

Police in Manchester have recently delivered one of the largest counter terrorism security events ever held in the UK.

Islamophobic attacks soared by 500 per cent in Manchester

Police have said that following the suicide bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester Islamophobic attacks have surged by 500 per cent.

Destroying Mosul mosque is ‘Isis declaring defeat’

The destruction of the Great Mosque of al-Nuri in Mosul is an acceptance by Islamic State militants that they are losing the battle for the city.

Increase in Met officers with Taser weapons

The Met Police will equip an additional 1,800 officers with Tasers to better protect the public from the threat of violent incidents.

Suspected suicide bomber shot by Brussels station

Belgian officials have said that soldiers have shot a man suspected of being a would-be suicide bomber at Brussels Central Station.

Heightened terror could put police ‘at risk’

Met Police say policing could be at ‘significant’ risk as funding is promised for counter terrorism policing.

Anti-Muslim hate crime leaps after recent terror attacks

There has been an increase in anti-Muslim hate crime following recent terror attacks, figures show.

NATO holds first war games on Baltic corridor

Officials have said that NATO held its first war games focused in defending the Suwalki Gap.

Northumbria Uni to research ‘dark web’ policing

Northumbria University will collaborate on an international research project to improve how the dark web is policed.

Australia brings in national gun amnesty

Australia has announced its first national gun amnesty since 1996 due to the growing terrorism threat and an influx of illegal arms in the country.


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