Zubeda Limbada
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'No quick fix' in dealing with extremism and radicalisations

New powers to tackle extremist groups are being looked at by the government, the home secretary has said.

Theresa May has said they will introduce proposals to try to counter the problem of British citizens travelling abroad to engage in terrorism, but has warned that the struggle against groups such as Islamic State could last for decades.

Zubeda Limbada from Connect Justice, a group which offers independent expertise in counter terrorism, spoke to the BBC about the problems in dealing with radicalisation.

  • 23 Aug 2014
  • From the section UK
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