Britain’s security services have published a new list of what they believe pose the greatest threat to the country.

International terrorism from ISIS and the threat of returning UK jihadists from Syria are among the top concerns.

The risk of terrorism has been intensified since the ‘bombing’ of the Metrojet flightcrash in the Sinai that killed 224 passengers on board.

And Russian aggression, in particular Putin’s “willingness to display force”, has unnerved Britain’s defence network, according to the security draft.

The report, which will be released by David Cameron on 23rd November, mentioned Russia’s aggression in Ukraine and the country’s soaring military budget as cause for worry.

Britain’s defence experts are also known to be concerned over Russia’s increased involvement in the Middle East.

The risk of terrorism has been intensified since the ‘bombing’ of the Metrojet flightcrash

The report states: “The last five years have seen a range of international developments, ranging from the growth of radicalisation and fundamentalism to growing concerns around our energy supply, and rising aggression from Russia.

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