The Met’s Assistant Commissioner: Fifty Attacks Stopped Since 7/7

The UK’s most senior counter-terrorism police officer says up to 50 deadly terror attacks have been foiled since the 7 July bombings a decade ago.

On 7 July 2005, 52 people died when four bombs were detonated in London.

The Met’s Assistant Commissioner, Mark Rowley, said the plots had been different, but all could have resulted in fatalities.

He also accused the so-called Islamic State (IS) of trying to create a “wicked” cult.

Mr Rowley said: “Fifty is the order of the number of plots that have been confronted over the past decade.

Read more on BBC News.

Source: www.bbc.co.uk


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