The Chief Constable of the Metropolitan Police yesterday called for a major overhaul of the UK's counter-terrorism strategy, after revealing that as many as 200 trained jihadi fighters had already returned from Syria and Iraq, waiting to launch fresh terrorist attacks, reports the London Evening Standard. Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe is the Commissioner of London's Metropolitan Police Service. The force is responsible for policing the streets of the capital, but also responsible for the whole of the UK's counter-terrorism work.
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