A surge in online extremism, at a time of COVID-related isolation, has created a "perfect storm" for radicalisation, according to the UK's top counter terrorism police officer.
Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu has said growing numbers of young people in particular have been sucked in by the increase in hateful ideology online and set on a path towards violent extremism.
For MI5 and Counter Terror Command at Scotland Yard, the vast majority of their work is still centred on the threat from Islamist extremism.
But Mr Basu has warned the threat from far right extremism is growing rapidly, adding that 10 out of the 12 under 18s who were arrested for terrorism last year were linked to extreme right wing ideology.
Remind me, someone, how many deadly 'far right' terror attacks have been launched on British soil?
What is 'far right' ideology, anyway?
He said: "There has definitely been a growth in nationalistic material online, white supremacist literature, things that are extremely disturbing."
Well, good lord, we can't have nationalism, can we?