Home Secretary Charles Clarke has started off the new session of Parliament by publishing a list of another 15 organisations which are proscribed under the Terrorism Act 2000. (don't bother looking for this Press Release on either the newly re-designed Home Office main website or even their Press website, you need to use their search engine to unearth it).
Membership or fundraising for such organisations is illegal, and would cover most of any likely cases which would fall under the controversial and unworkable "indirect incitement or glorification" proposals which are being introduced as part of the NuLabour government's "we must be seen to be doing something, no matter how stupid or ineffectual" policy after the July attacks in London.
We have asked this question before, and it it still has not been answered by the latest additions to the list of proscribed terrorist organisations - why is there still no mention of the Taleban in Afghanistan, nor of any Chechen groups (not even those responsible for the Beslan atrocity) ?
There have been several terrorism trials recently where some or all of the accused have been allegedly linked with fund raising or arms smuggling offences, supposedly in support of either the Taleban or the Chechens.