Counter Terrorism Policing can today, Tuesday, 21 September, confirm that charges have been authorised against a third person in relation to the ongoing investigation into the Salisbury Novichok attack.
The Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police has urged tech companies to take a more active role in protecting people against terrorism and other forms of online harm.
The public are being reminded about the dangers young people can face online following today’s (Thursday, September 9) sentencing of two teenagers for sharing terrorist material online.
The number of children arrested in relation to terrorism offences has reached its highest level since records began nearly 20 years ago.
The offences date back to 2017 and relate to Islamist material which glorified acts of terrorism.
The man's mobile phone was seized and examined, and imagery which was indicative of an extremist mindset was found.
An 18-year-old man from Essex has today (Friday, September, 03rd) been found guilty of two terror offences, after heading up the UK sect of an online far-right group.
Hisham Chaudhary has being sentenced to 12 years imprisonment with an extension of an additional five years on licence.
Anderson was jailed for eight years at the Old Bailey on Wednesday 1 September for 15 terrorism offences.
A man from Kirklees has today (24 August 2021) been sentenced to six years in prison for creating and sharing a video clips promoting a terrorist ideology.