Prevent strategy too focused on rightwing extremism suggests leak | Dr Alan Mendoza

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‘The reality is that both forms are severe security threats to this country but in terms of sheer numbers it is radical Islam that is the biggest factor’

Dr Alan Mendoza discusses leaks from a review of the Prevent strategy suggesting it is too focused on rightwing extremism.

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