David Cameron's anti-terror plan faces setback
September 2 , 2014
British Prime Minister David Cameron’s attempt to push through a new plan to tackle the terror threat posed by the Isis is facing several hurdles, including legal questions and objections by the Liberal Democrats, according to media reports.
One of Cameron’s key proposals was aimed at stopping British-born citizens suspected of involvement in terrorism in Iraq or Syria from returning home. However, the prime minister has admitted that such actions against British citizens posed legal problems.