Former chief constable defends classification despite arrest under Mental Health Act

It was right to classify the stabbing of three people in Manchester on New Year’s Eve as terrorism despite the suspect being detained under the Mental Health Act, a former police chief has said.

Sir Peter Fahy, the ex-chief constable of Greater Manchester police, said the knife attack highlighted a growing concern around people with existing mental health issues being “particularly vulnerable” to radicalisation.

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