Nick Miller David Cameron has ordered an intelligence review after it emerged that the two men who allegedly hacked a soldier to death on a London street were previously known to MI5.
London British Prime Minister David Cameron has agreed to demands from Ed Miliband, leader of the opposition Labour Party, for an inquiry into the riots that erupted in England last week, according to two...
LONDON: Taimur Abdulwahab al-Abdaly was a British university graduate and was living in Luton, north of London, until two weeks ago.
David Barrett A plot to assassinate a Russian politician in London has been uncovered by MI5.
Justin Huggler Germany has ordered surveillance to begin of British and United States intelligence gathering on its soil for the first time since 1945, according to reports.
David Blair Former prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko's speech received warm - but not rapturous - applause. Yesterday, the first anti-Tymoshenko banners appeared among the crowds.
Michael Holden British police are asking Muslim women to dissuade young people in their communities from going to fight in Syria, the latest tactic by a European government worried about the security risk posed by...
Peter Griffiths London: British intelligence officers in Afghanistan knew about the mistreatment of suspected militants by the United States after the September 11, 2001 attacks, but were told not to intervene for...
Katy Lee Britain's top spy chiefs say the intelligence leaks by Edward Snowden have left its enemies "rubbing their hands with glee" and caused terror groups to change the way they communicate.
Nick Miller Stephen Ward, the scapegoat for Britain's infamous Profumo sex scandal in the 1960s, was a casualty of Britain's worst uncorrected miscarriage of justice, says Geoffrey Robertson, QC.
Nick Miller Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger has faced a hostile grilling by British MPs, who accused him of committing a crime by distributing documents received from spy whistleblower Edward Snowden.
Peter Walker London Braodcaster apologises to the Queen after its security correspondent recounted a private conversation in which the monarch told him she had lobbied a home secretary to secure the arrest of Abu Hamza...
Tom Whitehead Britain's intelligence agencies are offering apprenticeships to school-leavers in a calculated attempt to attract the Xbox generation.
Steven Swinford, Tom Parfitt and Melanie Hall The widow of a Russian dissident who was poisoned in London has said she does not believe that the oligarch Boris Berezovsky killed himself.
Nick Miller British police arrested two more people on Thursday in a hunt for accomplices to brutal attack on soldier.
Nick Miller A British soldier run down and beheaded in a London street. The nation is in shock, but this has been security chiefs' greatest fear, an attack straight from the playbook of the new breed.
'I don't think I've done anything extraordinary': woman who confronted soldier's 'killer' says she's no hero
Sarah Rainey INGRID LOYAU-KENNETT is wearing Union Flag socks. They are the same ones she was wearing on Wednesday afternoon, when she jumped off the Number 53 bus to confront two alleged terrorists who, just...
At the time, it seemed like just another ugly scuffle in a long line of clashes between the police and a rag-tag group of Islamist extremists.
Three men have been arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to murder the British soldier hacked to death in a London street by two Islamists.
Britain sets up terrorism task force to tackle extremism.