Radical cleric Abu Hamza looks set to be extradited to the US after he lost his eight year legal battle against deportation this morning.
Nick Clegg acted to counter criticism that he was weak on civil liberties last night, with dramatic interventions on the internet snooping proposals and plans for secret courts.
All three parties have publicly promised to protect civil liberties. Now is the time to punish them if they don't.
Plans to expand the government's ability to monitor online interactions will make current arrangements "60 million times worse", David Davis has warned.
David Cameron praised Nicolas Sarkozy's "resolute leadership" today, despite criticism in France that his recent anti-immigrant rhetoric may have contributed to a spate of killings.
Britain faces anger from Italy after it emerged it did not notify Rome of the failed bid to rescue British and Italian hostages in Nigeria yesterday.
The government is "considering all legal options" regarding the decision to grant bail to radical Muslim cleric Abu Qatada, Theresa May has told MPs.
Responsibility for counter-terrorism operations should be taken from the Metropolitan police and handed to another body, an influential committee of MPs has found.
Human rights are at risk from "controversial" anti-terror legislation, a parliamentary committee has said.
Government responses to terrorism have had a bigger effect on society than the terrorist acts themselves, according to a leading academic.
Ministers will "check" that Britain has sufficient measures in place against non-Islamist terror threats in the wake of the Norway attacks, William Hague has said.
Lowered budgets for the security services risks damaging Britain's vigilance against terrorist threats, MPs have said.
An attack on a popular western hotel in Kabul will have no effect on British plans in the country, the foreign secretary has said.
The 'control order lite' regime could be watered down further following pressure from the Liberal Democrats, politics.co.uk has learned.
Control orders give the government even more power to restrict individuals' freedom than that exercised by the Burmese military to imprison opposition politician Aung San Suu Kyi.
David Cameron's rejection of multiculturalism will be incorporated into the government's new anti-extremist strategy, the home secretary has announced.
Theresa May is "shifting the blame" for her failure to tackle extremism onto universities, a student leader has warned.
Pauline Neville-Jones did not refuse to show Theresa May secret documents, the home secretary has insisted.
David Cameron has warned Britain will have to be "particularly vigilant" after US special forces killed Osama Bin Laden in Pakistan.
Liberals must be willing to engage extremists in argument, Nick Clegg has said.
US politicians have reacted with scorn following a report into London's involvement in the release of Lockerbie bomber Abdelbaset al-Megrahi.
Leaked cables reveal US officials feared inexperience could hamper the Conservatives' counter-terrorism policies.
The coroner running the hearings into the July 7th bombings will not face a legal challenge from the government after her decision to hold all evidence sessions in public.
The man conducting a review of Britain's counter-terrorism legislation has urged US president Barack Obama not to 'blink' over civil trials for Guantanamo detainees.
David Cameron has dismissed George W. Bush's claims that waterboarding terrorist suspects saved lives in the UK.