Britain to Stand With Tunisia and France Against Terrorism

Britain will stand alongside Tunisia and France and fight the “evil of terrorism”, David Cameron has said as he warned that “we all face this threat”.
The Prime Minister said that the terror attacks could have happened “anywhere” as he vowed to fight the “poisoning death cult” of Islamic extremism with “everything we have”. Philip Hammond, the Foreign Secretary, chaired a meeting on Friday of the government’s emergency Cobra committee to work on co-operating with authorities in France, Tunisia and elsewhere. Speaking at a Brussels summit, Mr Cameron also urged Europe to do more to “co-ordinate and build our capacity on counter-terrorism”. It comes amid growing concern in Britain over Europe’s failure to share passenger data to try to help stop terrorists.