'Cufflink' terrorist Samata Ullah 'a one-stop shop'
A man who used a James Bond-style USB cufflink to store extremist data has been jailed for eight years.
Samata Ullah, 34, of Cardiff, admitted to being a member of so-called Islamic State, terrorist training, preparing terrorist acts and possessing articles for terrorist purposes.
Dean Haydon, commander head of counter terrorism at the Metropolitan Police, said Ullah worked alone.
- From the section Wales