After the Irish Republicans ended up by regular bombing in 2001, terrorist attacks in Britain have become rarer. Most of the attacks were carried out by local Islamists, the deadliest remain the July 2005 assault on London transport.
2003: attack of the airliner foiled
Al-Qaeda plans to divert planes exiting the London Heathrow airport and pass them through the airport and into a large building in the business district of Canary Wharf in London.
2004: multiple attacks thwarted
30 March 2004: Seven British people are arrested and accused of planning a series of attacks in Britain, including on a "big disco" in London and electricity and gas facilities.
2005: transport of London attacked
July 7, 2005: Four Al-Qaeda-inspired British suicide bombers attack London's transportation system during peak hours, killing 52 people and themselves, injuring 700. Two weeks later, another Attempt was made by another group Perform a second wave of attacks.
2006: Transatlantic flight attacks have been foiled
August 10, 2006: British police file a plot of a British gang of eight men to blow up airliners that fly between the United States, Canada and Britain on the " Using explosives based on liquids. The plot brings new restrictions on what passengers can carry on board.
2007: the car bombs fail
June 29, 2007: Two Mercedes cars filled with fuel, gas boxes and nails are located outside a disco near Piccadilly Circus in London. A day later, a burning car blinks in the main terminal of the Glasgow airport in Scotland. An Indian who drives the car suffers severe burns after being seasoned with gasoline and dies a month later. The passenger, the Iraqi doctor, Bilal Abdulla, 29, has been imprisoned on December 16 for at least 32 years for plotting to murder hundreds of people.
Spate of Northern Ireland shootings
In March 2009, a sudden upsurge in political violence in Northern Ireland with two soldiers were killed outside their barracks by Republican activists as they went looking for a pizza delivery, The first of these massacres since 1997. Two days later, a policeman is shot dead by a different paramilitary republican faction.
2013: British soldier killed
May 22, 2013: British soldier Lee Rigby, 25, is plundered by two British of Nigerian descent near an army barracks in the southeast of the capital. Witnesses say the attackers encouraged them to film the scene shouting "Allah Akbar" ("God is the Greatest") before being injured and arrested by the police. In February 2014, Michael Adebolajo, 29, is sentenced to life in prison for murder while Michael Adebowale, 22, receives a minimum of 45 years behind bars.
2015: underground cough of London
December 5, 2015: A paranoid schizophrenic stroke strikes two people, one seriously, at London's Leytonstone metro station two days after the first British air strikes on the jihadist Islamic state group in Syria . The boss, Muhaydin Mire, 30, who died in Somalia, is sentenced to life behind bars. The police described the incident as "terrorist".
2016: legislator assassinated
June 16, 2016: British Labor politician and service parliamentarian Jo Cox is assassinated by a pro-Nazi sympathizer shortly before the historic but profoundly divisive vote later this month to leave the EU. The killer, the far right white nationalist Thomas Mair, is sentenced to life imprisonment later this year.
2017: attack of the bridge of Westminster
March 22, 2017: Five people are killed and more than 50 injured when a man accumulates his pedestrian car on the Westminster Bridge in London before crashing into the fence surrounding Parliament. The attacker, 52-year-old Muslim, converts Khalid Mahmood, is shot dead by police on the scene. Investigators describe the wolf-wolf attack as "Islamic-related terrorism".
2017: concert attack Ariana Grande
May 22, 2017: At least nineteen people are killed in a suspected terrorist attack at the end of a pop concert by American star Ariana Grande in Manchester.