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She was from a wealthy family known for its cake business, had a successful banker husband and was a mother to three children.
There were greater numbers of offenders in London – 117 – but they were more widely spread across the city.
But 50 per cent were from three boroughs in the east of the capital: Tower Hamlets, Newham and Waltham Forest.
The report found that a growing proportion of offenders are ‘clean skins’ – previously unknown to the authorities.
The 1,000-page report covers all Islamist convictions and suicide bombings from the first in 1998 to the beginning of last year.
The study, by security think-tank The Henry Jackson Society, is being published tomorrow, as Britain’s most senior counter-terrorism officer launches a fresh appeal for the public to help tackle the threat.
The proportion known to MI5 has halved from 61 per cent to 29 per cent, which suggests a growing challenge for the security services.
British terrorists are getting younger, the report says, with 46 per cent of offences between 20 carried out by under 25s, compared with 42 per cent before that.
Maëlle Brun's unauthorised biography, titled 'Brigitte Macron: L'Affranchie (The Unfettered Woman)', has hit the shelves as President Macron lands in Britain today for his first visit since moving into the Élysée Palace.
The book reveals the depth of the hostility Mrs Macron encountered after she began the relationship with her teenage pupil at the private La Providence Lycée Catholic school.
He was jailed for life in 2008.: He was a member of an Al Qaeda terror cell, consisting of 11 jihadis, who plotted the deadliest terror attack on British soil, boasting of a nail-bomb attack that could kill 2,000 people.
Khalid, from Sparkbrook, was jailed for 18 years in 2013.: During a protest in London against cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad, he called for American and Danish people to be murdered. Javed, of Washwood Heath, was jailed for six years.: A member of a British cell that supplied terrorists fighting in Afghanistan with equipment bought with dole money and donations given to help earthquake victims.
Nadim, from Bordesley Green, was jailed for three years in 2009.