British Prime Minister Tony Blair (search) proposed several new anti-terror measures on Friday in the wake of July's terror attacks on London's mass transit system. Here are the main points of the new proposals:

— Expanded grounds for deporting foreigners, including fostering hatred, advocating violence to further a person's beliefs or justifying such violence.

— Creating a new crime of condoning or glorifying terrorism.

— Refusing asylum to anyone with terrorism links.

— Expanding the government's powers to strip citizenship from naturalized citizens if they participate in extremism.

— Consider expanding police powers to hold terrorist suspects for three months without charge. The current time limit is 14 days.

— Banning the extremist Islamic group Hizb ut-Tahrir (search).

Source: Associated Press