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Daily Star reported "MI5 probing possible links between New Zealand mosque terror attack and UK far right" on Saturday

[] Four people were taken into custody in the aftermath of the attacks MI5 has launched the inquiry into any links between alleged perpetrators of the Christchurch mosque attacks and members of the UK far-right, according to The Times The Labour mayor’s office is reportedly aware of the manifesto THE UK’s top security service MI5 is reportedly investigating possible links between the New Zealand mosque terrorist attack and far-right extremists in Britain.

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