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MI5 are investigating Christchurch shooting suspect Brenton Tarrant over possible links to far-right extremists in Britain

MI5 was last night investigating Brenton Tarrant over possible links to far-right extremists in Britain.

Spies are reviewing the Australian’s 74-page manifesto, a Whitehall source told The Times.

 Christchurch mosque shooting suspect Brenton Tarrant is being probed over possible links to far-right extremists in Britain

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Christchurch mosque shooting suspect Brenton Tarrant is being probed over possible links to far-right extremists in Britain

Tarrant said he was inspired by Darren Osborne, who drove into worshippers  outside Finsbury Park Mosque in North London  in  2017

Scotland Yard’s Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu, head of counterterrorism, said there was “no intelligence linking these appalling events to the UK”.

Meanwhile, security at mosques across ­Britain was stepped up yesterday over fears of a copycat attack. Police  increased patrols and offered  advice.

Col Richard Kemp, former chair of the Government’s Cobra group, admitted: “A New Zealand type attack has long been considered.”

 The killer streamed the atrocity live on social media
The killer streamed the atrocity live on social media
New Zealand mosque shootings – White supremacist gunmen shoot dead dozens of worshippers and leave many others injured in terror attack at two Christchurch mosques



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