The Government is "constantly" reviewing new leads to potential security threats to the UK, the Transport Minister told Good Morning Britain.
Patrick McLoughlin tried to reassure the public the Government was doing everything it could to keep air passengers safe after it asked anyone flying to or from the UK to keep their mobile phones switched on through security checks.
However, the Conservative minister refused to say what the security threat was "we don't go into the exact details of the information we've received."
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