LONDON (Reuters) – British counter-terrorism officers have arrested a serving London policeman on suspicion of being a member of a banned organisation linked to right-wing terrorism.
The 21-year-old constable was detained in north London on Thursday and remains in custody, they said in a statement.
An address in north London was being searched.
The statement said the officer was in frontline policing – meaning he worked with the public. It did not named the banned organisation.
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