British jihadists plotting attacks for Isil added to worldwide ‘banned list’ by David Cameron

The Isil jihadist dubbed ‘Mrs Terror’ and three other British extremists have been added to a list of the world’s most wanted terrorists at the request of the Prime Minister.

Sally-Anne Jones, the widow of a jihadist taken out by a British drone strike last month, and the others have had their bank accounts frozen and face detention if they attempt to travel.

Nasser Muthana, a former medical student and Isil recruiter, Aqsa Mahmood, who fled Glasgow in 2013, and Omar Hussain, dubbed the Supermarket Jihadi after once working as a security guard in Morrisons, are the others sanctioned.