BBC Parliament
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to protect key strategic locations across the country, like railway stations and nuclear power sites. As for Labour, they would carry out a review of the anti-radicalisation.
ITV
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that we know that the majority of radicalisation is actually taking place online and, again, I'm not, kind of, you know, distancing from that issue,the Imams and the religious leaders. distancing from that issue, the Imams and the religious leaders. distancing from that issue, the Imams and the religious leaders, our responsibility is to develop and even make more robust and clear the counter-narrative and the more we do that, the more chance we have of winning the extremist's narrative over
BBC News 24
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radicalisation doesn't depend on Imams and teachers, it depends on opportunities for young people. As one Libyan dad said, why would you blow yourself up if you had enough to live for? These two Libyans say.
BBC News 24
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miles north of the Arena. The Libyans we have spoken to living here don't want to come on, and you can see why. There is one thing that keeps coming up, stopping radicalisation doesn't depend on Imams and.
BBC Radio London
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Brompton Road slope coming into town heading up towards ongoing roadworks at Scotch Corner Billy Reeves BBC Radio London travel from me just before the news it says the complete kerfuffle at Brent Cross yesterday did massive favour played that handle it in the done it you're saying we should do it and everyone else to do it to yourself Breakfast Show when it comes to reporting something that we see that worries as we must assume that it will be acted upon really must do it and looking at radicalisation behaviour is very very difficult to know when somebody's actually going to Milan of legalities what do you know about calculation with no this is very rare.
BBC One London
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A two pronged failure, if you like. A failure to tackle radicalisation and the causes of it, and then resources, cutting back on.
BBC One London
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These two people might look like they are having fun but they are here to work. They have been specially trained to spot signs of radicalisation. Not talking to people as.
BBC News 24
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but irrespective, nothing gives any human the right to take innocent life. Especially that there were so many children. That's the issue I'm trying to address. How do we prevent vulnerable people from being subjected to that influence? One of the things that we failed to do is the online radicalisation is something that I have brought to attention time and time.
BBC News 24
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goes to show that there is clearly a failure with the response to it and picking it up. The events of Monday also go straight to the heart of the issue of radicalisation because this is a.
BBC News 24
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calls to an anti-terrorist hotline. It has raised questions over how the authorities treat intelligence from within the community and how they work with civil society organisations to try to combat radicalisation
BBC Radio London
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call Kasim a community your people living in here and there in the great city is it in your opinion do you agree with Lydia did the common that you can say whatever you want but it is a religion of hate this is what is happening all around the world Muslims I don't know that might be your point of you I'm just telling you that if you think terrorism is bad now then then it was worse before be here are people who did identify this young man as a terrorist or as somebody in danger of radicalisation so I'm not quite sure that got absolutely battered last night what should Muslims have to apologise you're not doing anything in their name I don't know maybe that's still things that are left to be said still things that you're feeling relative to the events on Monday and I'm happy to do it cuz I'm working out as well because you do feel like things have changed do feel like we are now living.
BBC Radio London
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is preventing this issue in its own way right so I feel like in a members of the community where there's a prevent programme on that are working day and night to ensure that the route at radicalisation from it's Communities and they do have it there's loads of unsung Heroes in the Muslim committee like I get there there's one thing about doing it and being seem to do it and I left her last night that you want to listen to The Show yesterday but I get your what your thought on this you not know that people would listen to the show last night who are close friends who was Furious with me because I was asking a question at an equestrian Wars AT-AT as Muslims do you feel as though you have to say sorry do you feel as though you have to be high profile it in represent in in making sure that this that does not represent you at Anna and I thought was why would anybody have to do that what what is your thought on that broadly what I said to you know fundamentally.
BBC Radio London
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tune to what happened on Monday afternoon and all sorts of mixed emotions I mean it was very difficult um you know I guess the zoo with the emotions 10 different meaning in terms of prevent as I understand the present is this the radicalisation strategy that's been much maligned what what was wrong with it and what are you meaning by Phase 2 needs to take on board sorts of Muslims it seems to me the idea of preventing is something that Muslim Communities across the UK you know happy the Wii we hear stories for instance about how this this this this boy's mother reported him his friends report his match report against it seems like muscles up and never come.
BBC Radio London
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just hoping that a busy term of the bank holiday hope that mass gathering of people goes off without any incidents today thank you very much look after yourself mate I suppose you're right I did that feels just a little bit flat as I say where I was the last night so we talk a little bit about radicalisation here Faith's forum for London but it says thank you so much for talking to the um busily reading here you know I'm learning how to multitask which sure you know it comes to Newton me prevent is being reviewed and relaunch the temptation is to resist and reject given past failures that's understandable but we British Muslims need to be part of the new strategy you let your anger frustration impotence at what happened at Westminster what was your.
BBC Radio London
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never take place thank you so much for your time Dr it is much appreciated Dr Anthony feel this Who's assistant professor in intelligence and terrorism studies at California State University and by the way formal intelligence analysts for UK police just giving his take on what the big story has been for the day at which is the Greater Manchester Police now it will say they will no longer Sutton in the short term anyway share information with the Americans because of this league that we turn attention the next half hour so to radicalisation all Robert De radicalisation somebody shouting somebody screaming somebody's showing suicide bombers that I have some sympathy for suicide bomber that is reported at somebody goes in to try and turn that person around how does that work is that possible and what do you think should happen at when that.
BBC Radio London
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and then after half pork half past 4 we'll talk about the radicalisation because much was made of damaged young people and that looks like in society who have availed himself of the Education the health system and then turned their back on this country that has the Eno looked after them but it's gotta be something wrong in our Society were young men can turn around to do that's got to be it's got to be something wrong and maybe it's about time we look to yourself as a society what's going wrong me if you want to talk about the radicalisation how you know somebody is may be in danger of becoming radicalised what are the signs and how do you turn around and is it true what I'm hearing at the minute which is the places like bill Morrison other prisons let me coming like the Recruit singer.
BBC Radio London
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Sky News
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everyone in the front row, I greet them and I sit in from myself. If he's behind, I don't know. After I finish playing, I go back to my office downstairs. What do you do an organisation to stop radicalisation, to stop the signs you might spot here among young people? We do talk to them about.
Sky News
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spoken from the Quilliam Foundation, are to be found in the mouths of people like you. People have gone down a road to watch radicalisation and come out the other end. Look, there is lots of people out there that are doing some sterling work. But.
Sky News
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engagement and engaging with an individual through a set of conversations. That is how the radicalisation takes place. In a nutshell. If you're not in a community and you're not online, you're not accessing individuals, you can't radicalise and Ukad deradicalisation. It is a.
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The Canary
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A BBC journalist got some answers he wasnt expecting when he interviewed a member of the public about the Manchester bombing. But the man didnt hold back when it came to his views on one of the governments most controversial policies. Combating radicalisation? Prevent [pdf] is the governments counter-extremism and anti-radicalisation programme. It aims to... Visit www.thecanary.co to read more.
BBC Two England
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As for Labour, they would carry out a review of the anti-radicalisation Prevent programme to address the concern that it can, in their words, alienate minority communities. Labour would also bring in new judicial oversight of the investigatory powers used by the authorities. And an incoming Labour government would recruit an extra 10,000 police officers across England and Wales. The Liberal Democrats would scrap the Prevent programme and replace it with a scheme more focused on what they call.
BBC Two England
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played cricket committee got to Salford University. Something obviously changed, I understand that, but I don't what it has to do with the number of police on the streets or having tougher borders. These things are very complicated, we don't quite understand how this radicalisation could take place. But to say that all the politicians have to have some responsibility for.