'Prevent' programme deals with non-violent extremism as well as violent extremism

Armed patrols to be deployed according to operational need

Fully ruggedised,  MIL STD and IP rated Toughbook range offers counter-terror personnel unsurpassed durability

Marshalls designs include street furniture and litter bins with hidden security features

Sir Michael Broughton states that a pilot should not have the same security checks "as a Yemeni student"

French Pavilion to showcase dynamic French companies specialising in state security and counter-terrorism technology

Suggested technology allows face and iris recognition technology while on the move and from a distance

Control orders are to be replaced by Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures

Four-week campaign encourages the public to report suspicious behaviour or activity

Digital library with 3D images to be built

Blue badge fraud can cost the UK an estimated £46m a year

Radio adverts ask Scots to report suspicious behaviour

Speech on radicalisation and Islamic extremism comes as the Prime Minister tries to tackle the challenge of home grown terrorism

New measures include changing pre charge detention period and stop and search powers

British Transport Police ask for 1968 Firearms Act to be amended