[size=18]TERROR LAWS AGREEMENT[/size]
The three major parties have come to an agreement on plans to implement new anti-terror measures in the wake of the London bombings.
Home Secretary Charles Clarke hopes to introduce new legislation to Parliament in October.
It follows talks with his Conservative shadow David Davis and Liberal Democrat home affairs spokesman Mark Oaten.
The three said they had reached a cross-party agreement in principle.
PLANNED NEW LAWS
-Outlawing "acts preparatory to terrorism", such as downloading bomb-making instructions from the internet
-New offence of indirect incitement to commit terrorist acts, such as preachers "glorifying" bombings
-New law for those providing or receiving terrorist training, in the UK or abroad