Police Can Hold Terror Suspects For Five More Days

Police have been granted five more days to question four men arrested on Tuesday in connection with an 'Islamist-related' terrorism investigation.

The men, all aged 20 and 21, were arrested during a series of raids in London.

Detectives have now been given until next Tuesday to continue questioning the men.

Police have not given a details on the information that lead to the raids but it has been suggested that they may have averted the early stages of an attack on the UK.


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