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Met chief says we all have part to play in combating terror threat

Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe says everyone has a part to play Credit: Met Police

The whole country has a part to play in combating the threat from terrorism, Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe said today.

Speaking ahead of of the launch of a national Counter Terrorism Awareness Week on Monday, Commissioner said that the public throughout the country can make a difference and help to keep each other safe.

"As a member of the public we want to keep each other safe and if you look right throughout this country 60 million people working together will notice a difference. They will notice when something is unusual, they will notice a change in behaviour of a young person perhaps who is thinking of going to Syria. Well, tell the police. The best time to stop these young people becoming radicalised is before they go."

– Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, Metropolitan Police Commissioner, speaking on The Andrew Marr Show