November 22, 2017
British law enforcement are set to step-up surveillance of over 20,000 known Islamic radicals in the country.
This comes after police and counter intelligence failed to prevent four Islamic terrorist attacks over the past year, which include the London Bridge attack, the Finsbury Park attack, as well as the attacks in Westminster and Manchester.
The government recommended law enforcement use tougher preemptive measures to curb Islamic terror activity and prevent future attacks.
Officials say suspects behind at least three recent attacks have been on a terrorist watch list for years.
The bomber who killed over 20 concert-goers at an Ariane Grande show reportedly traveled to and from Libya, returning for the last time just days before he carried out the attack.
At least 3,000 Islamic radicals are currently under investigation.