Tony Blair has warned that the threat posed by Islamist fanatics has spread ‘right across the world’ since the 7/7 attacks ten years ago and urged Western leaders to combat it ‘on the ground’.

The former Prime Minister issued a stark warning that the threat posed by ISIS had now reached ‘the edges of Europe’.

Mr Blair said the threat was ‘not going away and will intensify in time to come’ unless the West stood up and showed it was prepared to fight.

He said political leaders to show Britain and other Western powers had ‘the means of combating these people and combating them on the ground’.

Tony Blair has warned that the threat posed by Islamist fanatics has spread ‘right across the world’ since the 7/7 attacks ten years ago and urged Western leaders to combat it ‘on the ground’

Mr Blair, with wife Cherie ahead of the 7/7 memorial service today, said the threat was ‘not going away and will intensify in time to come’ unless the West stood up and showed it was prepared to fight

The former Prime Minster joined David Cameron, Boris Johnson and other political leaders to pay tribute to the victims in a memorial service at St Paul’s today.

Speaking to the BBC, Mr Blair said the threat posed by Islamist terrorism had grown in the 10 years since 7/7 and was now a global problem.


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