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  1. Published on: 15/11/2021 04:45 PMReported by: editor
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    The UK National Threat Level has been raised from substantial to SEVERE – meaning an attack is highly likely.

    Following yesterday’s incident in Liverpool, the Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre (JTAC) has today (15 November) taken the decision to raise the UK National Threat Level from SUBSTANTIAL, meaning an attack is likely, to SEVERE, meaning an attack is highly likely.

    The decision has been driven by two terrorist incidents in the past month, reflecting the diverse, complex and volatile nature of the terrorist threat in the UK.

    Home Secretary Priti Patel said:

    Following yesterday’s shocking incident in Liverpool, the Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre has raised the UK Threat Level to SEVERE.

    It is important that the public remains alert to the threat from terrorism but not alarmed. I urge anyone with information or who suspects any suspicious activity to report it to the police.

    Threat levels are determined independently of Ministers and are a tool for security practitioners, including the police, to use in determining what protective security response may be required.

    The UK was last at SEVERE in November 2020 before being lowered to SUBSTANTIAL in February 2021.

    You can find out more about how the threat levels are set, what they mean and when they have changed, by visiting the Security Service webpage.

    Source: gov.uk

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  3. Sproggy the Cat says:15/11/2021 05:35 PM
    The UK National Threat Level has been raised from substantial to SEVERE – meaning an attack is highly likely.


    It’s hardly surprising when our cross channel border is Wide Open!

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  5. Theatrics says:15/11/2021 06:34 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by Sproggy the Cat View Post
    The UK National Threat Level has been raised from substantial to SEVERE – meaning an attack is highly likely.


    It’s hardly surprising when our cross channel border is Wide Open!
    Agreed, amazing how the French can locate a couple of British trawlers but when it comes to dozens of dinghies, no chance.

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  7. bensherman says:15/11/2021 06:35 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by Sproggy the Cat View Post
    The UK National Threat Level has been raised from substantial to SEVERE – meaning an attack is highly likely.


    It’s hardly surprising when our cross channel border is Wide Open!
    No connection

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  9. deepee says:15/11/2021 07:02 PM
    Maybe if the police were out looking for the terrorists rather that getting involved in parking disputes things wouldn't be so bad.


  10. Sproggy the Cat says:15/11/2021 07:13 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by bensherman View Post
    No connection
    Are you saying you know more about this than every one else.

    Maybe the bomber didn’t come across the channel in a boat but you cannot tell me the lack of a credible border is not a serious threat.

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  12. said says:15/11/2021 08:20 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by Sproggy the Cat View Post
    The UK National Threat Level has been raised from substantial to SEVERE – meaning an attack is highly likely.


    It’s hardly surprising when our cross channel border is Wide Open!

    They identified him quickly - did they find his passport?

    Which came first - the published story or the video?

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  14. Ceam says:15/11/2021 09:37 PM
    God we have some idiots on this site.

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  16. local says:15/11/2021 11:19 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by bensherman View Post
    No connection
    The truth is we don't know of a connection either way, as we don't know how many people have landed and what their intentions are.

    The migrants bin their paperwork and phones to play the system.

    Hardly likely to announce bad intentions during interview.


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