“Threat to Britain at highest level since time IRA’
The threat of terrorism in Britain is currently similar to that in the seventies when the IRA bombings committed, says the new British regulator on the control of terrorism, Max Hill Sunday in the Sunday Telegraph.
The Irish Republican Army fought with terror against the British control over Northern Ireland, that part has remained of the United Kingdom.
According to Hill prepares Islamic State, just like IRA “random attacks on innocent citizens”. According to him, many attacks, however, prevented by the effectiveness of the various secret services, reports BBC.
Hill is one of the leading anti-terrorist prosecutors in the country and is appointed as independent supervisor on legislation against terrorism. Hill warns in his first interview since taking office continue to the danger of returning jihadists and the radicalisation of teens.