The Scale Of The British Problem

It's really about Pakistan and the countless connections between Britain and its former colony:

Despite the efforts of Pervez Musharraf, the president of Pakistan, to clamp down on Islamic extremists, scores of young British Muslims are known to have received terrorist training at Taliban-controlled madrassas in Pakistan.

An estimated 60,000 youngsters travel from Britain to visit relatives in the country every year, and it is a monumental security challenge to identify the dozen or so who might be susceptible to radicalisation.

All you need is a handful. And Bush's inept occupation of Iraq has only made matters worse, providing a critical training base for mass murder.