'Her Majesty will not shirk her duty': Queen to attend Remembrance ceremony at Cenotaph tomorrow despite police arresting four Islamic extremists over 'plot to kill her'

The Queen has vowed to attend the Remembrance Day centenary ceremony at The Cenotaph despite police arresting four Islamist terror suspects plotting to kill her on the day. Security at the Cenotaph, where the Queen will lead remembrance events tomorrow as she did last year (left), has been heightened in light of the arrests of four Islamic terror suspects. Armed officers seized the men following months of surveillance, searching two properties in High Wycombe (right, top and bottom) as part of the raid. Police had already been placed on high alert following the shooting of a soldier guarding a war memorial at Canada's parliament last month. While officers would not confirm whether those arrested had a specific target, the timing of the raids has raised fears of a Remembrance Day attack.