Muslims must not apologise for Islamic terror. They are no more culpable than the rest of us.
A man has been murdered in London in what is understood to be a terrorist killing of a British soldier.
The government's policy on leaving the European Convention of Human Rights (ECHR) was as clear as mud today, after reports emerged it was considering leaving only for Theresa May to under play them.
A message from Boston to London: Run your marathon and show the terrorists we don't give in to fear
The internet is increasingly being used by would-be terrorists to spread both ideological and operational knowledge. Governments have to find a more effective way to deal with this problem.
Brits with suspected links to terrorism are having their citizenship stripped in a frightening new front in counter-terrorism.
The government has been accused of arrogantly ignoring Lords amendments to the secret courts bill, as it tries to push the legislation through parliament.
David Cameron raised further fears of mission creep in north Africa today, when he visited Algeria ahead of an operation sending British personnel to Mali.
Britain has been accused of being spineless in its refusal to become further involved in the French military action taking place in Mali
We can no longer ignore the growing terrorist threat in north Africa.
MPs have questioned Britain's ability to pay for what David Cameron has called a "generational struggle" in the Commons.
Read David Cameron's statement in the wake of the hostage crisis in Algeria.
The world must respond with "iron resolve" to the terrorist threat after the deaths of six British nationals at the climax of the Algerian hostage crisis, David Cameron has said.
The speech which never comes... never came. Again.
Read David Cameron's full statement to the Commons on the Algeria hostage crisis in full.
Read Ed Miliband's response to the prime minister's emergency statement in full
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David Cameron walked a delicate diplomatic tightrope today, after he issued guarded but unprecedented criticism of the way Algeria is handling the hostage crisis in its territory.
Why an African country you might not have heard of poses a growing threat to Europe - and what France and its allies are doing about it.
There were concerns Britain may have increased the chances of a terrorist attack on its soil today, after it offered help with France's military adventure in Mali.
The government is set to drastically revise its 'internet snooping' plans, after parliamentary reports prompted Nick Clegg to call for ministers to go "back to the drawing board".
The government is considering its next step after it was humiliatingly defeated in a series of votes on secret courts in the Lords last night.
Theresa May faced a serious blow to her authority today, when a semi-secret court accepted Abu Qatada's arguments against his deportation to Jordan.
Getting inside the minds of Britain's extremists isn't a pleasant job. But someone's got to do it.
Terrorist suspect Babar Ahmad today insisted he could "hold his head high" despite conceding defeat in his battle to avoid extradition to the US.