Sadiq Khan has warned of an impending terror attack in the UK
The London Mayor warned the cutting of police budgets has heightened the threat of jihadis striking Britain.
Mr Khan also took aim at Donald Trump and criticised his travel ban for gifting ISIS a powerful propaganda tool.
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He told the MailOnline: “The reality is that if you look at other global cities, Berlin, Istanbul most recently, but Paris and other parts of the world. Our global cities are targets for terrorists.
“If the government changes the police funding formula and if they fail to fund London as a capital city… I think keeping London safe is becoming increasingly difficult.”
The chilling warning made by Mr Khan comes months after security forces claimed an attack on the UK is a “matter of when, not if”.
Mr Khan said protecting the capital has become increasingly difficult
I think keeping London safe is becoming increasingly difficult
The Labour politician also warned against the rise of terrorism and radicalisation within Britain.
He said: “We saw in the last year-and-a-half, Londoners born and raised in our city radicalised in their bedrooms to the extent where they jump on a plane and go to Syria.
“The best way it has been explained to me is that the bad guys are evolving.”
He added: “Inadvertently President Trump is playing into the hands of ISIS and Daesh by giving the impression that being a Muslim is incompatible with being a friend of America and visiting America.”
After criticising the US President, Mr Khan offered to “educate” the Republican on how to deal with terror threats.
The fear of an attack has reached 'new highs'
He said: “I am all for people who have a blind spot or need illuminating or educating being educated.
“So I am in favour of explaining to President Trump why it is important for us to build bridges not walls.”
His warning comes just days after thousands signed a petition to remove Mr Khan from his London Mayor post.
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