UK to train Nigerian forces against Boko Haram threat

The UK and Nigeria have signed their first ever security and defence partnership, in an attempt to help Nigeria defeat Boko Haram.

Woman arrested on suspicion of terrorist funding offences

Detectives from the National Terrorism Financial Investigation Unit have arrested a woman on suspicion of terrorist funding offences.

EU fine for social media which allows terror to linger

Social media websites will have to delete extremist content on their platforms within an hour to avoid the risk of being fined.

UK universities cyber security work recognised

Three UK universities have been recognised as Academic Centres of Excellence in Cyber Security Research by the NCSC.

UK not awake to threat of far right

Mark Rowley has urged politicians and the media not to underestimate the threat of domestic extreme rightwing groups.

Barcelona knife attack treated as terrorist incident

Police are treating a knife attack on officers at a city police station in Barcelona as a terrorist incident.

Khater charged with attempted murder

Salih Khater has been charged with attempted murder after crashing a car outside the Houses of Parliament on 14 August.

LA subway to use body scanners to screen passengers

Body scanners will be used on the Los Angeles subway to screen passengers for explosives and weapons.

US cyber attack rules relaxed by Trump administration

President Trump has signed an order relaxing rules around the use of cyber weapons.

Salih Khater named as Westminster suspect

The man being held on suspicion of terrorism after the Westminster car crash has been named as Salih Khater.

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.