london - British intelligence and police services have definitely thwarted twelve attacks since June 2013. That made Director General Andrew Parker of security service MI5 Monday.
'The most obvious threat is now terrorism,' said Parker, who referred specifically to terror group Islamic State. According to most attacks can be prevented MI5 boss. 'But not all of them,' he warned.
Other security came Monday with a warning. Police NCA and antiterreurtak of London Police let out according to The Guardian that extremists have repeatedly tried over the years to amass an arsenal.
According to the services were jihadists at least five foiled attacks in the past two years plan to use firearms. Because of the strict gun laws in the country, it is tricky to get such weapons.