Dozens of plots have been thwarted since July 7, 2005, but are we any less vulnerable to terror attacks?Read the full story ›
Ten years on, five things that have changed in the fight against terrorism since 7/7.Read the full story ›
Today’s terrorists tend to be low-tech and more difficult to detect than the al-Qaeda militants of old.Read the full story ›
The group that calls itself Islamic State has achieved one of its great goals - the mass slaughter of British citizens.Read the full story ›
A police letter seen by ITV News confirms the family of 12 had no restrictions placed on their movements before they fled to Syria.Read the full story ›
For all the differences between Talha Asmal and Thomas Evans it is the similarities between the two radicalised Brits that is 'striking'.Read the full story ›
Campaigners may feel that today's landmark report into UK mass surveillance prioritises protection over privacy.Read the full story ›
Three schoolgirls from East London who fled to Syria are believed to have made contact with their families - more than three months after they vanished.
ITV News can reveal that one of the girls called relatives in the UK to say she is healthy, safe and well - but indicated that she and the other teenagers have no intention of returning home soon.
The other two girls made contact over the internet. Their families believe the messages are genuine.
Shamima Begum, Kadiza Sultana, and Amira Abase slipped away during the February half term. They are thought to be living in Raqqa where they have joined Islamic State.
Three days after quitting as Ukip leader, Nigel Farage is un-quitting after the party’s national executive rejected his resignation.Read the full story ›