The Prime Minister says that a further attack may be "imminent" and that armed soldiers will be deployed on the streets.
It's understandable that Labour wants to attack David Cameron's deal, but it risks strengthening the eurosceptics.
A first look at this week's issue.
Unable to explain away policy failures, the PM turned his fire on Scottish and Welsh Labour.
Cities are the key.
Whatever happens, the Republican candidate for President will be the most right-wing in 50 years.
Short-sighted government policy is killing a great British industry, says Lynne Featherstone.
The Prime Minister is preoccupied with his own party. Let's keep focussing on the real issues.
David Cameron's deal leaves the Europe we hold dear intact.
The Prime Minister's package of renegotiated measures are a little better than Harold Wilson's - but on immigration, he's got nothing.
As the government continues to debate immigration policy, we can learn something by returning to the historical roots of our current thinking.
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