The UK's counter-terrorism chief has spoken about how terror threats have evolved in the ten years since 7/7 - noting the "mew challenge" of tackling radical groups like Islamic State.
Met Police Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley told UK Editor Rohit Kachroo: "What we have today is a much looser organisation that's trying to create a cult... it's a wicked cult that's trying to generate a following of people who will act in their name".
"For us there's a new challenge, we're not just trying to target those people looking to inspire and direct others..we've also got to try and capture those who are being influenced", he said.
He added: "Last year was the busiest we've ever had, we were making an arrest a day in the counter-terrorism network across the country.
"Under 20-year-olds made up 1 in 6 of those, women and girls were 1 in 9 of those, that's indicative of a reach of terrorism into different places than we've seen before".
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