Two men appeared in a London court accused of plotting to kill British Prime Minister Theresa May. UK intelligence claims to have thwarted the alleged assassination plan, one of nine terrorist schemes spies have reportedly prevented in 2017.
As Home Secretary, Theresa May ensured that counter-terror police were overruled to allow the Manchester bomber and his father, a known member of Al-Qaeda's Libyan affiliate, the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, to train and fight in Libya.
British authorities have arrested a 38-year-old man at Heathrow airport in connection with the Manchester Arena attack last month, where a suicide bomber killed 22 people and injured dozens following Ariana Grande’s concert.
It’s disappointing the Tories used security to elicit votes, says former Home Office counter-terrorism adviser Jahan Mahmood. How are they going to get things right in the run-up to the election when they’ve got it so wrong over the last few years?