Headteachers worried pupils will flee to IS during Easter break

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Headteachers worried pupils will flee to IS during Easter break

At least two London headteachers are worried not all of their pupils will return after the Easter Holidays as they may have fled to Syria to join Islamic State.

A former chief prosecutor, Nazir Afzal, said one principal had told him he has been approached by worried parents almost every day.

Evening Standard's Home Affairs Editor Martin Bentham explains more. 

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