Britain's Secretary of State for the Home Department, Sajid Javid, makes a speech outlining an overhaul of UK counter-terror strategy in central London, Britain, June 4, 2018. REUTERS/Toby Melville
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Britain plans to strengthen counterterrorism laws to make prosecutions easier and to instruct its security services to share some intelligence data about potential extremists with local authorities.Javid said the new strategy incorporated lessons from attacks in London and Manchester last year which killed 36 people, and would help Britain tackle an evolving threat.The current threat level to Britain is assessed as severe, meaning an attack is highly likely.The Interior Ministry warned Sunday that the threat posed by Islamist militants to Britain is expected to remain high for the next two years and could even rise.
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