There will be new terror laws launched in Britain in the wake of the 7/7 attacks.
Legislation covering offences of preparing, training for and inciting terror acts, will come before the Commons and Lords from October.
What's interesting about the proposals is that they will include-
Outlawing "acts preparatory to terrorism", such as downloading bomb-making instructions from the internet
New offence of indirect incitement to commit terrorist acts, such as preachers "glorifying" bombings
New law for those providing or receiving terrorist training, in the UK or abroad
These measures do not appear to be up for discussion in Parliament until October (due to construction work in Parliament) and they are expected to be made law in December.
The "indirect incitement" law will be a curious one to watch. I'm wondering how long before the EU gets involved claiming that someone's "human rights" are being quashed?