From the UK TimesOnline:
The housemate of a man who allegedly travelled to Iraq to carry out a suicide bomb attack has been arrested in Manchester, police said.
The 40-year-old man was arrested under the Terrorism Act after a dawn raid in the Moss Side area of the city. It is believed that another man who lived at the same address blew himself up in a suicide attack in Iraq in February.
The men, who are believed to be North African, have been described as “associates” rather than relatives. The intelligence which led to this morning’s arrest is thought to have come from security forces in Iraq.…
Last week’s raids were the fourth such sweep since December looking for evidence of a co-ordinated operation to recruit young men to travel to Iraq and fight in the insurgency.
According to Michael Evans, Defence Editor of The Times, although there is no evidence to link this morning’s arrest to those that have taken place recently across Europe, it is certainly a sign that authorities fear that illicit recruitment is active in the UK.