Eight people arrested in connection with failed car bombings in Glasgow and
London all have links with the National Health Service, the BBC has learned.
Seven are believed to be doctors or medical students, while one formerly worked
as a laboratory technician.
Australian media have identified a man held in Brisbane as Dr Mohammed Haneef,
27, who formerly worked in Cheshire.
He was detained while trying to board a plane to India. A second doctor is
also being interviewed in Australia.
Seven doctors or medical students have been arrested in England, Scotland and
Australia in connection with the attacks. All worked in NHS hospitals.
Marwah Dana Asha, 27, who was arrested on the M6, is thought to have worked as a lab technician at an NHS hospital in Shrewsbury.