Couple arrested over 'terror attack plot.

A couple suspected of planning a terror attack on London Pride celebrations has been arrested by police.
A 28-year-old man and woman aged 25 were arrested by counter-terror cops on Wednesday. It's alleged they were planning a crude strike with a car and knives at the mass rally, according to The Sun. Reports suggest the suspects were both arrested in Luton, Bedfordshire, after an intelligence-led joint investigation by the Met’s SO15 anti-terror branch and MI5. A source told the publication: "They were taken out at an early stage of suspected plans to hit the Pride march. The 28-year-old man and 25-year-old woman were arrested following a vehicle stop in Luton on Wednesday, 3 July, as part of an investigation by the Met's Counter Terrorism Command."Both were arrested on suspicion of terrorism offences under section 41 of the Terrorism Act 2000 and taken to a London police station they both remain in police custody."A warrant of further detention has been granted until Wednesday 10 July.
"As part of the investigation, officers carried out searches at a residential address and a commercial premises in Luton."These searches are now complete. Enquiries continue."The spokeswoman added: "A comprehensive policing plan is in place for the Pride festival in London and our message to the public is to continue with your plans as normal."As with any major public event, we would ask the public to remain alert, but not alarmed, and if they see anything suspicious to ACT and report it to police or stewards at the event. "Alternatively, you can call the Anti-Terrorist Hotline in confidence on 0800 789 321. In an emergency, always dial 999."It's believed computers and information storage devices were seized for analysis at the address in Luton. 
Saturday’s Pride march is expected to be the best-ever attended in London with people from around the world attending to celebrate gay rights and gender diversity. Pride’s co-chairwoman Alison Camps said: “We are aiming to be the biggest ever."The organiser said she wanted all LGBT attendees to feel secure at the event.