Suspected Islamist terrorists barred from re-entering UK Home secretary Amber Rudd has defended the work of the UK’s security forces
For the first time, suspected Islamist terrorists are being prevented from returning to the UK, the home secretary has said, as she warned that members of the Manchester bomber’s terror network could still be at large. As questions continue over how the intelligence services failed to monitor the movements of attacker Salman Abedi, Home Secretary Amber Rudd refused to rule out further anti-terror laws to clampdown on suspected terrorists, the British media reported. Rudd refused to say how many times they had been used, but confirmed to BBC in an interview: “We have started to use them. “Temporary exclusion orders…
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