The Changing Face of Terrorism: How the Government should respond
In July last year, then Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, clearly stated that the risk of a terror attack in the UK remained a case of “when, not if”

In July last year, then Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, clearly stated that the risk of a terror attack in the UK remained a case of “when, not if”.

Almost a year later his warning has become a painful reality. In just ten weeks, there have been 35 deaths in the UK at the hands of so called Islamist terrorists, while over 300 people have also been injured.

Three attacks in as many months has highlighted the scale of the challenge the UK now faces, each exhibiting slightly different threats for MI5, the police and society as a whole to deal with.

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