Terror police arrest four British men at Gatwick Airport

West Midlands Police officers

Counter-terror police have arrested four British men at Gatwick Airport, the Metropolitan Police has said.

The men had flown to Turkey last week but were refused entry upon arrival at Antalya Airport.

They were arrested under the Civil Aviation Act 1982 after being flown back to the UK on Saturday.

The four men, all in their 30s, were taken to a south London police station and later bailed to a date in mid-June, the police force said.

The men - aged 32, 36, 37 and 38 - were stopped at Antalya, a Mediterranean tourist resort, on 29 April, according to the Met.

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