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A ban on laptops and other electronic devices on flights entering the UK from six countries will be introduced “in the coming
We can't let terror win - the common refrain in the aftermath of the now all too frequent terror attacks. But ISIS is already winning. There's no shame in admitting because the terrorists have effectively rigged the game, in two important and connected ways.
The things got a little weird. Ok, back to the sillies. Mainly Tom Cruise focused. A few people just wanted some help with
As counter terrorism awareness week commences front line police officers in London and elsewhere are becoming increasingly fearful that they are likely to become victims of savage targeted attacks on the streets of the UK by fanatical Islamist jihadists.
It's a matter of supreme irony that The Daily Mail choose the same week in which they condemned the Royal Charter on Press Regulation as censorship, to invoke the language of McCarthy against a fellow newspaper.
An unprecedented public grilling of the UK's key security and intelligence bodies has been postponed so MPs can concentrate
It is not yet clear whether anymore could have been done to protect him - it appears the two suspects were well known to the security services and it is not yet clear that extra powers for our security services would have made a difference.
MI5 tried to recruit Woolwich attack suspect Michael Adebolajo, it has been claimed. Abu Nusaybah, who claimed to be a childhood