Britain to seize jihadists` passports and stop them returning home

 Prime Minister David Cameron on Friday outlined plans to seize passports from radicalised Britons and stop them returning from fighting overseas, while proposing landing bans on airlines that fail to comply with London`s no-fly lists.

London: Prime Minister David Cameron on Friday outlined plans to seize passports from radicalised Britons and stop them returning from fighting overseas, while proposing landing bans on airlines that fail to comply with London`s no-fly lists.

"We will shortly be introducing our own new Counter-Terrorism Bill in the UK. New powers for police at ports to seize passports, to stop suspects travelling and to stop British nationals returning to the UK unless they do so on our terms," he said in Australia`s Parliament.

"New rules to prevent airlines that don`t comply with our no-fly lists or security screening measures from landing in the UK."

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