The Home Secretary has announced a £450 million increase in police funding across England and Wales in 2018.
Over a third of the British public want to see more armed police at Christmas markets to make them feel safer following recent terror attacks.
The Home Office is to give police forces across the UK a £50 million funding boost as part of a plan to help them fight terrorism.
Fake social media accounts linked to Russia were used to influence and interfere with public debate following four terrorist attacks in the UK this year.
A married couple from Birmingham who plotted and practised carrying out Islamic State-inspired knife attacks in their home have been jailed.
Akayed Ullah has been charged with criminal possession of a weapon, a support act of terrorism and making a terrorist threat.
A man is being held after an attempted terror attack at America’s largest bus terminal, Port Authority, officials say.
A Libyan-British national with close links to the Manchester Arena bomber has been jailed for 10 years for being a member of the Islamic State.
The University of Kent has designed an online programme aimed at preventing young people being radicalised is to be rolled out across the country.
Three police forces in England have used a new law for the first time to stop and search terrorism suspects, the Home Office has revealed.
Four people who were arrested as part of an investigation into terrorist fundraising by the Met’s Counter Terrorism Command have now been released.
The number of people arrested over terrorism-related offences in Britain has risen by 54 per cent to 400.
MI5 and the police are to escape further scrutiny by the Parliamentary ISC for their failure to prevent four terror attacks this year.
British citizens who have fought for ISIS should not be allowed back into the country, says Defence Secretary.
Two men have been charged with terrorism offences following their arrest on 28 November.
The Manchester Arena bomber was a ‘subject of interest’ and the attack could have been stopped, a new review says.
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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