Plot to assasinate UK PM Theresa May foiled

Plot to assasinate UK PM Theresa May foiled

A terror plot to assassinate Prime Minister Theresa May has been foiled, Sky sources have confirmed.

There have been at least five terrorist attacks or attempted attacks in Britain so far this year, Sky News reports.

The British police have arrested two men for planning to blow up the Downing Street gates and assassinate the Prime Minister the United Kingdom Theresa May in London.

Both Rahman and Imran were charged with the intention of committing acts of terrorism and are expected to appear in Westminster Magistrates' Court on Wednesday.

"It is in essence an extreme suicide plot against Downing Street", it said.

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A man died in a terrorist incident at Finsbury Park mosque in north London in the same month - and, in September, an attempt to bomb a Tube train at Parsons Green station failed.

After reviewing the security services' actions in relation to four terrorist attacks in the United Kingdom this year, he concluded, "It is conceivable that the Manchester attack in particular might have been averted had the cards fallen differently".

The revelations come in the wake of a report that showed the Manchester Arena suicide bomb which left 22 people dead in May could have been averted had "the cards fallen differently". The same report found that the ringleader of the June London Bridge attack was actively under investigation at the time.

He said MI5 investigators had misinterpreted intelligence on Abedi. He has told about the planned attack in a report to the government on Monday. Most terror plots continued to be foiled before they are launched, he said. The then prime minister, John Major, was inside but was not hurt.