Via – The Times UK
An associate of the London Bridge killer was arrested as security agencies scrambled to stamp out the threat of copycat attacks.
Nazam Hussain, 34, was held in a police raid on his home in Stoke-on-Trent on Saturday on suspicion of preparing terrorist acts. Last night he was recalled to prison for a suspected breach of licence conditions.
Boris Johnson will pause campaigning this morning to attend to matters relating to the attack.
In 2012 Hussain was jailed for terrorism offences alongside Usman Khan, 28, the knifeman who fatally stabbed two people in the capital on Friday afternoon before being shot dead by the police. Six of the nine men who were jailed at that trial had been released and were back on the streets.
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