Boris Johnson during EU assembly to tackle online extremis,

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Internet giants will face increasing vigour to tackle online extremism as EU leaders are approaching to behind a expostulate for worse web regulation.

Boris Johnson will be among EU unfamiliar ministers assembly to cruise measures to safeguard there is “no protected space for terrorists” to tract attacks and share radical element online.

It comes in a arise of new militant attacks in a UK and France.

The PM has urged Google, Facebook and Twitter to take down militant content.

It follows Theresa May’s agreement of measures with G7 leaders in Apr and a new devise with French President Emmanuel Macron final week.

Speaking forward of a meeting, Mr Johnson, a UK unfamiliar secretary, said: “We are pulling behind Daesh militarily, though a hazard we face is elaborating rather than disintegrating as they remove belligerent in Iraq and Syria.

“The quarrel is relocating from a terrain to a internet.

“There should be positively no protected space for terrorists plotting attacks, radicalising immature people and enlivening others to lift out assault in a name of an pornographic ideology.

“We all wish to strengthen a people so we contingency contend together that adequate is enough. Terrorism affects us all and we need a common proceed to safeguard a problem gets solved, and during a most faster gait than we are saying right now.”

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