PM’s call reflects concerns over increase in tempo of attacks as fears grow that police and security services missed opportunities to stop attacks

The British domestic intelligence agency MI5 is to take a hard look at its counter-terrorism operations in the wake of the London Bridge attack after Theresa May took the unusual step of calling publicly for a review.

The prime minister’s decision to go public adds to the pressure MI5 is under as further questions emerge over whether it had done enough to stop the attack.

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