UK terrorism

Terrorist attacks often spark fresh waves of Islamophobia. Here's how it feels to be on the receiving end.
"The most important thing he taught me was to start with kindness and the only thing that matters is how many people you help", she tweeted.
Early investigation has revealed “a potential motivation linked to Islamist extremism”, the Metropolitan Police said.
It's been 20 years since the attacks on the World Trade Centre on September 11, 2001. That day changed the lives of young Muslims in ways they could never expect.
"Of course there are likely to be terrorist attacks on UK soil on my watch. We wish it were not so," said Ken McCallum
The New Zealand prime minister said she was "absolutely gutted" to hear of the stabbings.
Weeks before the 20th anniversary of 9/11, ex-President Donald Trump said the terrorist behind the 2001 attacks wasn't as bad as the "monsters" he took out.
Sahayb Abu of Dagenham prepared to strike last summer but was arrested after discussing guns with an undercover police officer.
It took a long time for me to accept that I cannot change what happened. Now I'm using my experience to help counter extremism and support others affected by terrorism.
A bizarre pre-recorded message gave warning of the blast.
The 18-year-old published vitriolic graphics encouraging terrorism and signposted people to violent terrorist guidebooks online.
We are moving towards an extremism of thought that historically has often ended in bloodshed, writes an anonymous survivor.
The 23-year-old was found guilty of 22 counts of murder in March – just days before trials were halted due to lockdown.
Several people were injured in the incident in the German capital.
A 25-year-old man has been charged with three counts of murder and three counts of attempted murder.
Tributes have been paid to three men who were killed in Forbury Gardens on Saturday night.
Three people were killed in the knife attack in Forbury Gardens on Saturday.
Alice Cutter, her ex-partner Mark Jones and two other neo-Nazi "diehards" were found guilty of being a member of the banned terrorist group National Action.
Golding, who denied the charge, was handed a conditional discharge for nine months and ordered to pay a £21 surcharge and £750 in costs.
Safiyya Amira Shaikh admitted planning an attack on the cathedral and a hotel.