The missing terror suspect Ibrahim Magag escaped surveillance by simply ringing for a black cab, the shadow Home Secretary said today.
Yvette Cooper told MPs that a tweet from the London taxi news service Cabwise suggested the Somali-born Magag had evaded detection by ripping off his electronic tag and picking up a ride less than half a mile from Euston station on Boxing Day.
Magag, 28, who allegedly attended terrorist training camps in Somalia, absconded from a Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measure (Tpim) notice.
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