Great Britain

Undercover policeman reveals how he infiltrated UK's violent activists

Undercover policeman reveals how he infiltrated UK's violent activists

Neo-Nazi jailed over terror plot

Neil Lewington's counsel had claimed he was an oddball, not a terrorist

Police scheme identifies 180 children as potential Islamic extremists

Police scheme identifies 180 children as potential Islamic extremists

One hundred and eighty schoolchildren across Britain have been identified as potential Islamic extremists
Aidan Jones

Two die in N Ireland Army attack

Two die in 'barbaric' Army attack

It is believed that there were two long bursts of gunfire during the incident

How England tackled soccer racism

By JEROME PUGMIRE, AP Sports Writer

PARIS (AP)—About 20 years ago, English soccer was decimated by fan violence, in and outside of stadiums.

Former MI5 chief Stella Rimington claims 9/11 response was 'huge overreaction'

Response to 9/11 was 'huge overreaction' - ex-MI5 chief

Richard Norton-Taylor

The Guardian, Saturday October 18 2008

Racial murder in South England

LONDON, England -- A teenage Qatari student has died after what police believe was a racially motivated attack outside a takeaway food outlet in a coastal town in Southern England, it was reported Tue

IED found in Ireland McDonald's

Bombs left in baby-changing room

The devices were found in a McDonald's outlet
Two fire bombs have been found in a baby-changing room in a fast food outlet, police have said.

Security expert: Dozens of universities in Great Britain linked to extremism

Security expert: Dozens of universities linked to extremism
Friday, 17 Nov 2006 12:35

International Review of Crime Statistics for years 1994 to 2003

This bulletin brings together statistical information on criminal justice collected by the Home Office and the Council of Europe. The data covers all EU countries, and selected others. The majority of the information has been collected from official sources. The period to 2001 is covered, but more recent data is available on England & Wales (covering the period 2002-2003).

Criminals 'may overwhelm the web'

Criminals 'may overwhelm the web'
By Tim Weber
Business editor, BBC News website, Davos

Computers on a home desk
Do you know if your PC has been taken over by cyber-criminals?
Criminals controlling millions of personal computers are threatening the internet's future, experts have warned.

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