Eleven terror suspects including seven women allowed to secretly return to Britain in past four years

ELEVEN terror suspects including seven women have been allowed to secretly return to the UK in the past four years.

Tough restrictions have been imposed on the IS-linked returnees from Syria and Iraq.

Surveillance through strict Temporary Exclusion Orders is in place on the seven women and four men.

The revelations come in a report by Jonathan Hall QC.

He also recommended extending TEOs to non-British citizens, allowing them to return.

The measure could apply to those such as Shamima Begum who may “secure a legal right to return despite having no British nationality”.

Begum, 21, lost her case to return to the UK to challenge the Home Office decision to remove her citizenship.


Hall’s 200-page report says TEOs were put in place to deal with returnees from IS zones from 2014 — with four in 2017, five in 2018 and two in 2019.

Ex-Government counter-terror adviser Eilish O’Gara said: “The TEOs are vital for authorities to assess the potential threat and risk returnees such as these may pose.”

The Government said the TEOs “involve regular reporting to police and mandatory tailored intervention programmes”.

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