Home Secretary announces new knife crime laws

Amber Rudd has announced plans to consult on new offences to toughen up knife crime laws, to restrict the online sale of knives.

Access to EU crime databases crucial to safety

A new report has said that full regulatory equivalence with the EU with respect to data protection is essential to UK safety and stability.

Government urges tech innovators to ‘come together’ and tackle terror threat

The government is urging tech-savvy individuals to come together and combat the next generation of terrorist threat.

‘Soft sentence’ correctible with Unduly Lenient Sentence scheme

19 terror-related offences will be added to the Unduly Lenient Sentence (ULS) scheme to keep communities safe.

Rudd refuses to publish full report into extremist funding

Opposition parties have condemned Amber Rudd for deciding not to publish a report into the funding and support of extremist groups.

New cyber security programme ‘groundbreaking’

Firms are urged to apply for a groundbreaking nine-month cyber startup scheme.

Defence equipment ‘increasingly vulnerable’

The UK’s most expensive military assets are ‘increasingly vulnerable’ to low-cost, technology-rich weapons from hostile states, a new report warns.

Iraq must stop ISIS, says US commander

The senior US commander in Iraq has said that despite the ‘historic’ victory in Mosul the war against the so-called Islamic State (IS) is not over.

UK arms sales to Saudi Arabia not unlawful

UK government arms sales to Saudi Arabia are lawful, the High Court has ruled.

Iraq declares ‘victory’ over Islamic State in Mosul

Iraq’s prime minister has declared victory over the so-called Islamic State in Mosul after nearly nine months of battle.

Travel staff trained to deal with terrorist incidents

The travel industry is providing training for staff in the UK and overseas to help keep travellers safe for summer.

G20 to be pressed on terror funding

Prime Minister Theresa May is expected to tell a meeting of the G20 that there is no excuses for ‘safe spaces’ for terrorist financing.

Tackling terrorism at SCTX

9,850 security professionals from over 114 countries travelled to London in May for the latest installment of Security & Counter Terror Expo.

First separation centre opens for radicalised prisoners

The first of three separation centres has opened at HMP Frankland, in an attempt to stem the flow of radicalisation behind bars.

UK terror convictions rising, BBC research reveals

According to a BBC database, over 100 people in the UK have been convicted of terrorism offences related to Syria and Iraq since 2014.

Saudi Arabia has 'clear link' to UK extremism

A new report has contentiously claimed that Saudi Arabia is the chief foreign promoter of Islamist extremism in the UK.


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