An NHS psychiatrist compiled a list of military attachés working in the embassies of Arab countries in London and distributed it to fellow members of an extremist Islamist organisation, The Telegraph can disclose.
Questions were being asked over why Dr Imran Waheed, a consultant psychiatrist, had collected the names and sent them to other members of Hizb ut-Tahrir (HT).
There is no note with his email explaining why he gathered the names. But a source familiar with HT said: "There were a number of meetings where these names were discussed. These were people Hizb ut-Tahrir wanted to target and recruit."