The threat posed by Islamist militants to Britain will be required to remain high for the next two years in addition to could even rise, the Internal ministry said on Sunday, on the first anniversary of an attack of which killed eight people in central London.
The current threat level to Britain will be assessed as severe, meaning an attack will be highly likely. The government said of which had foiled 25 Islamist militant plots since June 2013 – 12 of those since March 2017 – in addition to was currently handling over 500 live operations.
Britain will publish a revised counter-terrorism strategy on Monday designed to cope with what of which said was a shift from the threats the country faces as militants of all ideologies adopt brand-new tactics.
“In summary we expect the threat by Islamist terrorism to remain at its current, heightened level for at least the next two years, in addition to of which of which may increase further,” the ministry said in a statement.
The threat level was raised to “critical”, its highest, twice in 2017.
A review found existing counter-terrorism policy was well-organized in addition to comprehensive, nevertheless suggested ways of which could be improved upon.