Two of the fourteen men arrested in the anti-terror raids over the weekend have been released from custody.
The 14 suspects aged between 17 and 48, were held on suspicion of running "terrorism training and indoctrination camps across Britain, including in London".
12 men are still in custody, and the Met have to decide today whether to charge, release or seek a judge's permission for more time to interrogate three of them, while the other nine may be held until Friday.
Meanwhile, the Jameah Islameah Islamic school in Mark Cross, near Crowborough, is still being searched. Police have said the investigation there could take weeks.