Plot to assassinate UK Prime Minister Theresa May foiled

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An alleged plot to assassinate British Prime Minister Theresa May has been foiled by MI5, United Kingdom media reports.

The terror attack was foiled after a joint operation by Scotland Yard, West Midlands Police, and MI5. The men were due to appear in court in London on the terror charges on Wednesday.

British security services believe they have stopped a suicide bomb plot to assassinate the Prime Minister.

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Then Parker also told ministers that nine terrorist attacks were prevented past year.

It is learnt that two suspected men were conspiring to attack Downing Street armed with an improvised bomb, suicide vest and knives.

"Mr. Parker said that nine terrorist attacks have been prevented in the past year", said a spokesperson for the Prime Minister.

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Mr Parker's Cabinet briefing came on the same day that a review of a string of United Kingdom terror attacks earlier this year revealed that the Manchester Arena bomber was known to MI5 and his attack, in which 22 people died, could have been stopped "had the cards fallen differently". Bomber Salman Abedi killed 22 people when he blew himself up outside an Ariana Grande concert. An official report into the attack released on Tuesday found opportunities to thwart it had been missed. The then prime minister, John Major, was inside but was not hurt.

Security measures were introduced in the 1970s but were increased in the 1980s as the threat from Irish republican groups grew.

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