Police training to shoot through vehicle windscreens

Police are to be trained to shoot through the windscreens of moving vehicles that pose a terrorist or security threat.

Dick sets sights on tasers and cyber crime

Newly appointed commissioner of the Metropolitan Police Cressida Dick has outlined her vision for the force, including plans for more officers to c

Soar in gun and knife crime in London

Latest figures from the Metropolitan Police have revealed a rise of 42 per cent in gun crime and 24 per cent in knife crime in London.

Stockholm attacker admits terrorism

Rakhmat Akilov, 39, from Uzbekistan, has admitted carrying out the Stockholm truck attack at a hearing in the capital.

UK to increase Syria medical aid

Following the recent chemical attack on Idlib, Syria, the government has announced that it will increase support to medical teams in the region.

Home Secretary visits Birmingham anti-radicalisation groups

Home Secretary Amber Rudd has travelled to Birmingham to witness the work taking place to combat radicalisation.

Syria hit with weapons of chemical warfare

72 people have been reported dead in northern Syria after being exposed to sarin gas, a toxic chemicals that survivors said was dropped from warplanes.

New taskforce to counter extremism in prisons

The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has announced a new specialist taskforce to analyse intelligence compiled by about 100 counter-terrorism experts working across the country to assess the threat posed by radicalisation in prisons.

 UK to send military trainers to Jordan

Prime Minister Theresa May is due to confirm that the UK is set to send military trainers to Jordan to help its air force in the fight against so-called Islamic State.

Counter ISIL operations airbase opens new runway

RAF Akrotiri, Britain’s main airbase for operations against ISIL, has official opened its newly renovated runway, improving its ability to combat threats to national security.

Encrypted messaging services should not allow terrorists to hide, Rudd says

Home Secretary Amber Rudd has said that encrypted messaging services such as WhatsApp should not offer terrorists a place to hide.

Westminster attacker named

The Metropolitan Police force has released a statement indicating that the man believed to be responsible for the terrorist attack in Westminster is Khalid Masood.

Seven arrested following Westminster attack

Acting Deputy Commissioner and head of Counter Terrorism Mark Rowley has confirmed that seven arrests have been made in raids following the Westminster attack that left four dead.

Shots fired outside Houses of Parliament

It has been reported that a man has launched an attack outside the Houses of Parliament in London, with politicians and journalists tweeting about hearing loud crashes outside the building.

Ban on laptops sparked by IS threat

The UK and US have announced new carry-on restrictions banning large electronic devices on certain passenger flight, with US media reporting that so-called Islamic State group (IS) has been working on ways to smuggle explosives on to planes by hiding them in electronics.

Cufflink terrorist admits IS charges

Samata Ullah, 34, has admitted to five charges of terrorism, including using a USB cufflink to store extremist data.


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