Terror suspect goes on run while under police surveillance
Disappearance of Ibrahim Magag puts pressure on Home Secretary's latest anti-terror measures
The Government was facing serious questions over its anti-terror policies last night after a Somali-born extremist became the first person to abscond while the subject of new monitoring powers imposed by Theresa May, the Home Secretary. Ibrahim Magag, 28, was last seen on Boxing Day in north London. Police have alerted all ports and airports amid fears that he is heading to Somalia to join the ranks of some 50 British jihadists operating in and around the country.