The Home Office is responsible for keeping the UK safe from the threat posed by terrorism.
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Sets out how UK will support economic prosperity, protect national security and safeguard our way of life by building a more trusted and resilient digital environment.
Published 25 November 2011
Terror organisation proscribed
The Home Secretary has proscribed Muslims Against Crusades, making it a criminal offence to be a member of the organisation.
Published 9 November 2011
Justice and security consultation
Makes proposals on the way sensitive information is considered in civil proceedings and examines the existing oversight arrangements for our security and intelligence agencies. Consultation closes 6 January 2012.
Published 19 October 2011
Operation of police powers under the Terrorism Act 2000
Home Office Statistical Bulletin 15/11
Published 13 October 2011
Memorandum to the Home Affairs Committee: Post-Legislative Scrutiny of the Terrorism Act 2006
Command Paper 8186 was presented to Parliament and prepared by the Home Office for submission to the Home Affairs Committee.
Published 29 September 2011
Report suspicious activity
If you know of a threat to national security or you want to report suspicious activity you can:
- call the police counter-terrorism hotline on 0800 789 321
- contact the Security Service (MI5) directly
You can also report extremt and terrorist website content on the Directgov website.
You can remain anonymous, and you may save lives. In an emergency you should always call 999.
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- Archived Office for security and counter-terrorism website
- Cabinet Office: Cybersecurity strategy
- Centre for the Protection of the National Infrastructure
- Preparing for emergencies
- Report extreme and terrorist website content
- The Security Service (MI5)
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