Amber Rudd coy on UK trial demand for IS 'Beatles' suspects

The Home Secretary has refused to be drawn into the row over where the two captured British jihadis should face trial. Speaking in San Francisco, Amber Rudd said: "The important thing is those two people face justice", but stopped short of calling for the trial to take place in the UK. Alexanda Kotey and El Shafee Elsheikh are suspected of being the final two "Beatles" alongside Mohammed Emwazi - also known as Jihadi John - and Aine Davis.