“On 5 November, the Head of MI5 publicly set out the ‘growth’ in the domestic security threat, saying ‘I don’t think that this problem has yet reached its peak’, explaining that ‘we will not be able to cover every potential threat’. Lord West says we face ‘a steadily declining threat’, claiming that our counter-terrorism defences are ‘ahead of all countries in the world on the protection front’. It is not likely to enhance public confidence when the head of the Security Service and the Security Minister give such inconsistent assessments.”
The Home Office is sorry it is taking so long to process Hany Youssef’s application for permanent residence.
Given that MI5 says Hany Youssef has been involved in terrorism “at the highest level”, and that he appears on the list of Al-Qaeda suspects at the UN and the EU, is his application for indefinite leave to remain in Hammersmith that much of a priority?
Guido has a suggestion for this joined-up-government: “Don’t rush”…