Salah Abdeslam, the sole surviving suspect from the 2015 Paris terror attacks, has refused to speak further in his trial over ‘anti-Muslim bias’.
Fascist extremists in Britain, influenced by Islamist terrorism, are prepared to murder and commit acts of terror.
Darren Osborne has been found guilty of murder after driving into a crowd of Muslims in June last year.
Amanda Spielman is expected to say that religious extremists are using schools to narrow children's horizons and ‘pervert education’.
The Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme has launched a new security and counter terrorism online training resource.
Survivors of UK terrorist attacks have launched a new group to lobby the government over its anti-terror policies.
A father of four who posted homemade films glorifying the so-called Islamic State online has been convicted of encouraging terrorism.
Theresa May will use a speech to business leaders to urge shareholders to pressure social media giants to do more to tackle terrorism.
Campaigner and charity leader Sara Khan will become the new lead commissioner for Countering Extremism next month.
A man has told a court how he jumped on a van driver’s back after he drove his vehicle into worshippers near a Finsbury Park mosque.
A British jihadist has been placed on a global terrorist list by officials who have identified him as the replacement for executioner Jihadi John.
New funding has been announced that means the total government support for Greater Manchester following last year's terror attack will now top £24 million.
The head of the National Cyber Security Centre has warned that a major cyber attack on the UK is a case of ‘when, not if’.
Volunteer police officers are to be recruited to work alongside counter terrorism specialists to fight radicalisation and recruitment.
A Muslim convert from Salford has pleaded guilty to 16 terrorism charges.
A man accused of driving a van into a crowd of people near two mosques in north London wanted to kill as many Muslims as possible, it has been found.
Asqella, a Finland-based company, has developed ARGON, a one-of-a-kind passive submillimetre-wave camera device for concealed threat detection.
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