By Sean Rayment, Security Correspondent, Sunday Telegraph
The terrorist threat facing Britain from home-grown al-Qaeda agents is higher than at any time since the September 11 attacks in 2001, secret intelligence documents reveal.
Eliza Manningham-Buller warned there are over 1,600 ‘identified individuals’ engaged in terror plots
The transport system and City of London are thought to be most at risk
The number of British-based Islamic terrorists plotting suicide attacks against “soft” targets in this country is far greater than the Security Services had previously believed, the government paperwork discloses. It is thought the plotters could number more than 2,000.