Britain monitoring 30 terror plots

by Kal El on April 28, 2008 · 0 comments

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BRITISH police and security agencies are monitoring 30 terrorism plots, Home Secretary Jacqui Smith said in extracts of a newspaper interview released today

“We now face a threat level that is severe. It’s not getting any less, it’s actually growing,” she said in an interview to be published tomorrow in News of the World.

“We task the police and the security agencies with protecting us … There are 22,000 individuals they are monitoring. There are 200 networks. There are 30 active plots,” she said.

So 22,000 peaceful and tolerant muslims are being watched due to active terrorist ties. What a surprise.

Prime Minister Gordon Brown’s Labour government is seeking to extend pre-charge detention of terrorism suspects to 42 days from the current 28-day limit.

But Smith faces a tough task steering the controversial provisions through parliament.

The opposition Conservative and Liberal Democrat parties have both said they will vote against extended detention

Great, the multiculturalist dhimmis in parliament are more worried about hurting a terrorists feelings than they are about protecting British lives.

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