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Police throw huge security net over mosques, churches, synagogues and temples

Police have launched a massive security operation around places of worship throughout Britain following the North London van attack1. Extra officers have been deployed to patrol mosques, churches, synagogues and temples to combat hate crimes and terror attacks.

London Mayor Sadiq Khan2, said: The Met have deployed extra police to reassure communities, especially those observing Ramadan. But Labour called for a massive boost to security checks on all mosques in a bid to stop another attack.

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Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott took to Twitter about policing Home Secretary Amber Rudd said 2.4million was designated last year

Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott tweeted: Shocking terror attack outside Finsbury Park mosque . Police must urgently review security for all mosques.

Amber Rudd3, the Home Secretary, stressed that 2.4mllion had been designated to protecting places of worship last year. She said more than a dozen mosques were being given special attention by police.

Officers at MI5 are stepping surveillance operations on right-wing organisations suspected

of wanting to launch attacks against Islamic targets like mosques and community centres.

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Gun cops stood guard at Finsbury Park mosque Armed officers are a more common sight on Britain’s streets

But both police and MI5 are hugely stretched by the ongoing terror threat, with the Security Service having to prioritise some surveillance jobs over others.

One source said: This is the most frenetic pace at which MI54 has been working to counter attacks in many years and it is being swamped with leads.

Intelligence gathering can be very methodical and painstaking but the pace of threat at the moment is speeding that process up.

That means mistakes could be made and certain things overlooked.

References

  1. ^ North London van attack (www.mirror.co.uk)
  2. ^ Sadiq Khan (www.mirror.co.uk)
  3. ^ Amber Rudd (www.mirror.co.uk)
  4. ^ MI5 (www.mirror.co.uk)

Security guard has finger chopped off in graphic CCTV footage of kebab shop fight

A massive brawl erupted in a kebab shop that left a security guard with his finger sliced off.

The huge fight erupted when reveller Michael Maughan was kicked out of the fast food1 shop and tried to barge his way back in.

CCTV footage2 shows the 22-year-old desperately trying to claw his way through the door of Sizzlers, on College Green, Bristol, after guard Thioub Sarr removed him.

During the mayhem, Maughan reportedly hurled racist3 abuse at Mr Sarr, who lost the tip of his finger when it got trapped in the shop door.

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Maughan, 22, of no fixed address, pleaded guilty to racially aggravated assault and occasioning actual bodily harm in November last year, reported the Bristol Post4 .

The huge brawl started in a kebab house when a reveller was kicked out

He also admitted dangerous driving5 without insurance and failing to provide a specimen of breath. Judge Mark Horton jailed him for two years and two months. He told Maughan: Frankly, it was a persistent, prolonged, very violent attack which involved kicking and punching in a public place, at night, in the presence of the public who were frightened and concerned.

Maughan was handed a restraining order banning contact from his victim for five years and was disqualified from driving. He told the judge: I really am sorry . I get myself mixed up sometimes in this stuff . I ll give him half my benefits a fortnight . I could have killed somebody; I don t want to.

Gregory Gordon, prosecuting, told the court: Mr Maughan was boorish.

There was a minor altercation between him and others and he threw some water over a young lady at the counter.

There was verbal abuse between the defendant and others and he was told to leave.

Maughan desperately tried to claw his way back into the kebab shop

The Court heard Mr Sarr approached Maughan and the pair exchanged blows before Mr Sarr hauled him outside. Maughan tried to kick and punch his way back in and caught Mr Sarr s left hand ring finger in the door, which it has not been possible to reattach. Mr Gordon told Bristol Crown Court: It took off the tip of his finger.

Mr Maughan can be seen trying to bite the ear of Mr Sarr.

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The court heard Maughan was arrested and released on bail, only for police to spot him as he drove at speeds of up to 80mph on 30mph Fishponds Road at 3am in May. Maughan jammed the borrowed Audi between a lorry and a traffic island, was arrested in St George s Park and refused to provide a breath sample at the police station. He told police: I ve not taken my anti-psychotic medication .

Jesus tells me you re doing me wrong.

Paul Cook, defending, said: The background is a man struggling to cope with life, on medication, and drinking when he should not have been.

References

  1. ^ fast food (www.mirror.co.uk)
  2. ^ CCTV footage (www.mirror.co.uk)
  3. ^ racist (www.mirror.co.uk)
  4. ^ Bristol Post (www.bristolpost.co.uk)
  5. ^ dangerous driving (www.mirror.co.uk)

What you need to know about security at Take That gig at Echo Arena Liverpool

Take That fans heading to tomorrow s concert in Liverpool are being urged not to bring bags or items larger than a purse or wallet.

The move comes in the wake of the Manchester Arena massacre1 on Monday night in which suicide bomber, Salman Abedi, murdered 22 people and left dozens more injured.

Venues across the country are stepping up security in light of the terror attack 2 carried out by the 22-year-old fanatic at the end of the Ariana Grande concert. Prime Minister, Theresa May yesterday increased the UK security threat level to the highest peak of critical.

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The band should have played at Echo Arena Liverpool on Tuesday night3 but cancelled the show following the Manchester atrocity out of respect for the victims. An update on the venue’s website states: Our thoughts are with those affected by the devastating tragedy in Manchester.

Our sympathies go out to everyone at this tragic time.

We would like to reassure our customers that their safety is always of the highest importance to us, and we have extra security measures in place for the event.

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Event Security Information States :

  • Customers are advised not to bring bags/items larger than a purse or wallet they will not be permitted within the arena.
  • All customers will be searched/wanded on entry to the venue . Please allow additional time for these searches to take place when planning your journey to the venue.
  • The event will be smoke/vape free and customers will not be allowed outside the venue to smoke/vape.
  • Queuing outside the venue before the doors open is discouraged . If you do intend to queue, please note this will not be permitted until 2pm .

    If you arrive before 2pm you will be turned away.

  • Doors open at 5pm and the event starts at 7.25pm.

The Daily Post contacted the Echo Arena Liverpool4 to try to find out if any extra security staff will be drafted in on Friday but were unable to get a response at the time of going to print.

Anyone with queries about the event should contact the venue on 0344 8000 400 or at customerservice@accliverpool.com

Share your views about this story using the comment section below.

References

  1. ^ Manchester Arena massacre (www.dailypost.co.uk)
  2. ^ light of the terror attack (www.dailypost.co.uk)
  3. ^ Echo Arena Liverpool on Tuesday night (www.dailypost.co.uk)
  4. ^ The Daily Post contacted the Echo Arena Liverpool (www.dailypost.co.uk)