David Cameron is set to use an EU summit in Brussels today to push for concerted European action to tackle terrorist group Islamic State, also known as Isis.
The move follows the announcement on Friday that the UK's terror threat has been upgraded from 'substantial' to 'severe', with the Home Secretary saying an attempted attack was now "highly likely".
The Prime Minister wants European leaders to revive a move for police and security services to share passenger record information to help track jihadists.
The move has widespread support among member states but has been held up in the European Parliament due to concerns about civil liberties and privacy.
The PM wants to confiscate passports. But in Cardiff they want to solve extremism at it's roots - they just can't get the help to do it.
David Cameron has unveiled a series of new measures to combat the threat of terrorism.
Rumours suggesting London's Tube network will be targeted in a terrorist attack on Monday are "completely untrue", police say.