Britain's top counter-terrorism officer, the Met assistant commissioner, Neil Basu, said the most likely attempts would come from "lone actors" and, as with
Islamist terrorism, the authorities could not guarantee to foil every plot.
The real issue with denominational schools is that in a public sector institution which in theory should be accessible to all taxpayers, there is clear
evidence of discrimination, says a letter to Herald Scotland
'In Israel's secular heartland, religion played a central role in this week's deadlocked election. For many, a vote for the opposition was driven by a desire
to keep rabbis out of their schools, businesses and love lives.'
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