That means the official assessment of the danger of an attack in the near future has shifted from “highly likely” to a “strong possibility”.
The assessment covers potential attacks by al-Qaeda or linked extremist groups and the threat from dissident Republican and Loyalist terrorists in Northern Ireland.
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