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Islamist Terror threat in the UK will “get worse” over next two years – report warns

ISLAMIST Terror in Britain will remain a significant threat for at least “two years” according to a new report.

The National Security Capability Review (NSCR) which will be published later today says that the threat from ISIS and other groups on UK soil will remain high for at least another two years and may get even worse, UK security service chiefs have said.

“We expect the threat from Islamist terrorism to remain at its current heightened level for at least two years and it might increase further,” – a source told Politicalite.

Last year, Britain suffered its worst year since records began with FOUR Islamist terror attacks at Westminster, Manchester Arena London Bridge, and Parsons Green.

MI5 Director-General Andrew Parker has said that multiple plots have been foiled since.

In the foreword to the document drafted by intelligence and security officials, Theresa May warned Britain’s enemies that she “will use every capability at our disposal to defeat them”.

TERROR TIMELINE 2017 was Britain’s WORST year for Islamist Terror Attacks

22 March 2017: Westminster

Khalid Masood drives a hire car across Westminster Bridge, kills four on the pavement and injuring dozens more.

After crashing his vehicle into railings close to Westminster Tube station, Masood runs into Parliament Square and fatally stabs police officer Keith Palmer.

The attack, which lasted just 82 seconds, comes to an end when Masood is fatally shot in the chest by an armed officer.

22 May 2017: Manchester

Twenty-two people are killed when suicide bomber Salman Abedi detonates a homemade device laden with shrapnel in the lobby of Manchester Arena at the end of an Ariana Grande concert.

More than 200 people are also injured in the deadliest terror attack on British soil since the 7/7 bombings in London in 2005.

The youngest victim, Saffie Roussos, was just eight years old.

3 June 2017: London Bridge

Terror strikes again in the capital when three terrorists drive a van into pedestrians on London Bridge before getting out and running into Borough Market.

Rachid Redouane, Khuram Butt and Youssef Zaghba – who were all wearing fake explosive vests – start stabbing people with long knives as horrified revellers run away and try to barricade themselves inside bars and restaurants.

Eight people are killed, with armed police shooting the three attackers dead just eight minutes after the first emergency calls are made.

15 September 2017: Parsons Green

An improvised explosive device is detonated on a packed Tube train during the morning rush hour, injuring 22 people.

Passengers report seeing a “fireball” and a “wall of flame”, with those hurt “covered in blood”.

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  1. Bob Fry

    31 March 2018 at 02:12

    Well Britain it’s getting close to the time that your going to lose your own country to a ideology called the Muslim Religion. Less than 6% of your population has turned your politicians into bowls of jello. Here in Canada we have our own bowl of Jello with Justin Trudeau. How could you do this in political correctness, haven’t your read the Muslim Brotherhood of America Manifesto 1991 in how to conquer Western Civilization by infiltrating our country as immigrants and then using our own laws start demanding changes due to their supposed religion, and everyone has fallen for it except President Trump.Go round up those 400 ISIS Fighters that returned to Britain, find some damp cold old castle up in Scotland and lock them up. Next start inspecting each Mosque for radical teachings, or firearms as the French have found out.Forget the United Nations and human rights, this is your country and the future of your children. Wake up and combat it, or if not Britain will be lost.

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