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‘Confronting extremism is the struggle of our generation’

The Prime Minister is determined to redefine the debate on radicalisation

By John Ware  

Prime Minister David Cameron delivers a speech at Ninestiles Academy in Birmingham, where he said that new Government legislation will include powers to put non-violent extremists who radicalise young people "out of action".

David Cameron’s speech on extremism this week was a clear attempt to redefine the terms of the debate over radicalisation in Britain. He called upon the entire public sector (especially schools and…

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