Counter-terrorism officers arrested a man this morning after searching a property in Luton.
Officers from the Metropolitan Police's Counter Terrorism Command arrested the 30-year-old on suspicion of being a member of a banned organisation under Section 11 of the Terrorism Act 2000.
He was taken to a police station in London.
A man has been charged in connection with a stabbing in Luton on Monday.
Alexandru Popa, 29, was arrested at the scene at High Town Road. He was charged with causing grievous bodily harm with intent and possession of a knife blade yesterday.
He appeared before Luton Magistrates’ Court today, and was remanded into custody pending a further court date.
Another man was taken to hospital following the stabbing, where he remains in a serious condition.
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A mother and grandmother are due to be sentenced in Luton today for causing the death of a baby.
Jessica and Angela Price were found guilty of neglecting 7-month-old Imran - who was found dead at home in January 2013.
Hundreds of people gathered outside Luton town hall at 11am to remember those who died in Paris on Friday night.
At 1.30pm this afternoon local people from different faiths will come together at the same spot to condemn the violence, and to show that the attacks will bring people in this multi-cultural town together not force them apart.
People from the local muslim community have been expressing their shock and sadness at the attacks.
"The level of barbarism and violence shown by the perpetrators is truly horrendous. We recognise the immeasurable pain and suffering that the families and friends of the victims will be feeling, and our thoughts and prayers are with them. This was an indiscriminate attack on the whole of humanity and has touched the lives of us all; regardless of nationality, faith or background. Such attacks are designed to polarise communities and turn neighbour against neighbour. We are committed to ensuring that they do not achieve their objective. "
The easyJet boss Carolyn McCall has backed calls for tighter airport security in the wake of the Sharm el-Sheikh bomb.
Her comments came as the airline marked 20 years of operating.
Carolyn McCall said safety had always been a high priority for easyJet. The company is still bringing passengers back from Egypt after the attack on the Russian airliner.
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Luton-based airline easyJet is celebrating its 20th birthday.
To mark the occasion staff the airline's head office at Luton Airport will be holding an exhibition of memorabilia and a catwalk of uniforms.
The airline will also be launching a special celebratory livery aircraft.
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Essex police are appealing for information about a man wanted in connection with breaching a restraining order.
47-year-old Toufik Mekkid has connections with the Luton area, but currently his whereabouts are unknown.
Anyone with information should call the police non emergency line 101.