Police hunt ‘two dozen’ terror cells in Britain

Jamie Doward, Ned Temko, Mark Townsend, Urmee Khan and Antony Barnett report for The Observer:

The full extent of the terror threat facing Britain became apparent last night as security sources revealed that ‘up to two dozen’ terror investigations were operating across the country and that a number of suspects associated with last week’s plot to bring down 10 airliners remained at large.

Pakistani intelligence sources alleged that one of the men arrested in connection with the bomb plot had been held following the London terror attack on 7 July last year. British security sources also linked the present investigation to that atrocity, saying the operation that led to Thursday’s arrests began days after the 7 July attack. There are also claims that voicemails discovered after the first attack link the two events.

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