Britain and France to agree counter terror measures

Theresa May and Emmanuel Macron will meet alongside Britain and France’s five intelligence chiefs to agree moves to counter terrorism.

Parsons Green terror suspect denies planting bomb

A teenage refugee accused of injuring 30 commuters after planting a bomb on a London tube train has denied being responsible for the attack.

Man arrested on suspicion of terrorism released

A man who was arrested in Norwich as part of an investigation into suspected funding of terrorism has been released on bail.

£44 million for Channel border security

An extra £44.5 million is to be spent improving Channel border security, the UK government is to announce.

New Integrated Security Showcase to debut at SCTX 2018

The 2018 Security & Counter Terror Expo will feature a live security operations centre in the inaugural Integrated Security Showcase.

Lorry attacks now preventable with new security innovation

A new, British-engineered, security barrier system has been enhanced to protect the public from vehicle attacks.

Couple found guilty of plotting terror attack

A couple who met on a dating website have been found guilty of plotting an ISIS-inspired attack on Britain with a home-made bomb and ricin poison attack.

Less funding for rural police

Rural areas have continued to receive less police funding than urban areas, the Rural Services Network has said.

Sweden tightens cyber security measures

Sweden is stepping up its cyber security defences as part of a wider national security strategy.

Six people charged for belonging to National Action

Five men and one woman have been charged with belonging to the far-right terror group National Action.

One man killed and two injured in Dundalk stabbing

Irish police are investigating a potential terrorist incident after one man was fatally stabbed and two others wounded in the town of Dundalk.

Six arrested for terrorism offences

Five men and a woman have been arrested by the West Midlands Counter Terrorism Unit on suspicion of terrorism offences.

Tax tech companies over terrorist content

Ben Wallace has said that internet companies should face a tax punishment for failing to deal with the threat of terrorism in the UK.

Mayor has new plans for countering extremism in London

The Mayor of London has unveiled a new work programme designed to improve efforts to tackle violent extremism in the capital.

Police continue UK Christmas terror plot searches

UK counter terror police are set to resume searches of two properties in South Yorkshire and Derbyshire.

Army bomb disposal called in after four arrests made

An army bomb disposal team is at a house in Chesterfield after police arrested four men in terror raids across South Yorkshire and Derbyshire.


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