I understand the Home Office minister - or whatever the department he heads up is called this week - is looking to introduce yet more new "anti-terror" laws.
It seems as if barely a week goes by without yet another new raft of legislation being tabled to tackle the problem of terrorism - without ever explaining who the terrorists are - all of which is utterly ineffective at combating a determined terrorist from committing an atrocity in Britain at some point in the future.
Personally, I'm against the idea of detaining people for longer and longer periods without charge. I'm opposed to the idea of jailing people who haven't actually committed a crime.
But I'm also opposed to the idea of treating terrorism as a crime.
It isn't a crime - it is covert warfare and that is how it should be treated.