Officers from the Metropolitan police’s counter-terrorism command have arrested two men, aged 37 and 61, in Luton

A £140m contract has been agreed by the Ministry of Defence with Babcock International for the sale of the Defence Support Group (DSG).

Security across Sydney has been increased after an apparent terrorist siege ended with the death of two hostages and the hostage-taker.

At least 126 people were killed when Taliban gunmen stormed a school in the Pakistani city of Peshawar taking hundreds of students hostage in the bloodiest insurgent attack in the country in years.

Britain and Bahrain have announced its first permanent base in the Middle East since it formally withdrew from the region in 1971.

Arrests have been made during anti-terror searches at addresses in London and the East Midlands.

Theresa May said there have been 40 terror plots foiled by British security services since the 7/7 attacks, outlining that the UK is “engaged in a struggle on many fronts”.

Britain's terrorism watchdog has criticised the government's proposed new security laws, describing some of the measures as an "announcement waiting for a policy".

A survey has revealed that nearly three quarters (73%) of individuals who live or work in the City of London are concerned about terrorism compared to 68% of all London adults. An even greater number of Londoners (87%) think that members of the public are important in fighting terrorism, with nearly three quarters (73%) of survey respondents stating they’re likely to report suspicious behaviour to the police.

Research from KPMG suggests companies are willing to take drastic action to prevent cyber attacks

British forces and US Marines formally ended their combat operations in Afghanistan on Sunday after 13 years of war that overthrew the Taliban regime and helped install a fragile democracy but failed to defeat the Islamist militants on the battlefield.

The government has awarded £3.2bn of contracts to maintain the Royal Navy’s warships and submarines at the Clyde, Devonport and Portsmouth naval bases, in a move that secures 7,500 jobs.

Police operations to stop terror attacks reach highest level for years as Britons return from Syria

Ministry of Defence confirms British drones to fly reconnaissance missions over Syria in significant escalation of involvement in conflict

A fifth man has been arrested in connection with a suspected terrorism plot on the UK, Scotland Yard has said.

Citing threats from Islamic extremism and Russia, Defence Secretary Michael Fallon has warned the prime minister and chancellor not to cut the UK’s defence budget after the next election.


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