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Northern Ireland terror threat level raised in Great Britain

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 DarkKnightNomeD    2,078

Everyone is tired of this ****** invasion crap. Elites are SO gonna get it.

 

Northern Ireland terror threat level raised in Great Britain

http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-36267052

Read the rest in the link above.

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The threat level from Northern Ireland-related terrorism in Great Britain has gone up from moderate to substantial.

It means an attack in England, Scotland or Wales is "a strong possibility".

Home Secretary Theresa May said the level, set by security service MI5, "reflects the continuing threat from dissident republican activity".

The level for Northern Ireland-related terrorism in Northern Ireland remains severe, meaning an attack is "highly likely".

Despite the increase in the threat level from Northern Ireland-related terrorism in Great Britain, it remains lower than the threat to the entire UK from international terrorism.

This is set at severe - the second-highest of the five ratings used.

BBC security correspondent Frank Gardner said it had been 15 years since the last Northern Ireland-related attack in Great Britain, but there was now a "real fear" in the security services that deadly tactics of the past would be used again.

But he said the "far bigger" threat to Great Britain came from the Islamic State group and its supporters.

Mrs May confirmed the change of threat level relating to Great Britain - meaning three of the four countries of the UK - in a written statement to Parliament.

She gave no further details of any intelligence had led to the level being changed.

"As a result of this change, we are working closely with the police and other relevant authorities to ensure appropriate security measures are in place," she wrote.

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 YourMom2    1,354

BBC security correspondent Frank Gardner said it had been 15 years since the last Northern Ireland-related attack in Great Britain, but there was now a "real fear" in the security services that deadly tactics of the past would be used again.

But he said the "far bigger" threat to Great Britain came from the Islamic State group and its supporters.

So, the headline calls attention to the lesser threat instead of the bigger threat.

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 DarkKnightNomeD    2,078
7 minutes ago, YourMom2 said:

BBC security correspondent Frank Gardner said it had been 15 years since the last Northern Ireland-related attack in Great Britain, but there was now a "real fear" in the security services that deadly tactics of the past would be used again.

But he said the "far bigger" threat to Great Britain came from the Islamic State group and its supporters.

So, the headline calls attention to the lesser threat instead of the bigger threat.

All part of the agenda.

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 YourMom2    1,354
3 minutes ago, DarkKnightNomeD said:

All part of the agenda.

Yup. Are the Irish really pissed off or are they scapegoats for the next attack? I smell a setup.

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