Template talk:BritishTerrorism

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Too many redlinks[edit]

This template should not be used as a repository of non-notable names. Please remove the redlinks, or I will. Thanks. --John (talk) 05:50, 25 September 2013 (UTC)

Whilst I appreciate your concerns about red links, that is not because the plots are insignificant but because they are not documented on Wikipedia. That, in itself, may not necessarily be a reason to delete the links because those wishing to know more about an individual plot can use the names provided to google further information.
There is another reason for keeping these links, and that is the incestuous nature of Islamic terrorism in Britain. This has been documented in an academic report 'Al Qaeda-Affiliated and ‘Homegrown’ Jihadism in the UK: 1999-2010'. (Irritatingly only available in reported form.) '80% [of plotters] knew someone who knew someone in another plot.' --86.183.79.59 (talk) 09:07, 11 October 2013 (UTC)