Fighting extremism in Britain

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Fighting extremism in Britain

David Cameron has today unveiled a campaign to encourage young Muslims to embrace British life - in a bid to cut off the supply of recruits for islamic terror group ISIS.

In a key speech in Birmingham, the Prime Minister will lay out a five year plan which will clampdown home-grown extremism, tackling "failures of integration". 

This comes after the Government set out proposals for a new Counter-Extremism Bill.

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