Britain faces a bigger threat to its security from terrorism than at any time before or since the Sept. 11 2001 attacks on the United States, Home Secretary Theresa May said on Monday.
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“When the security and intelligence agencies tell us that the threat we face is now more dangerous than at any time before or since 9/11 we should take notice, ” May told an audience in London.
The government will introduce new counter-terrorism legislation on Wednesday, she added, to try to tackle a range of threats, particularly from Britons who have returned from fighting in Syria and Iraq alongside Islamist militants.