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David Cameron to investigate Cardiff jihadists' passports

Prime Minister David Cameron has said he will look into how young men from Cardiff were able to obtain passports and travel to Syria to fight for Islamic state.

Brothers Nasser and Asil Muthana are among hundreds of British men said to be fighting for the extremist cause.

Mr Cameron was challenged by their local MP, Stephen Doughty, as he unveiled plans to give police the power to confiscate the passports of terror suspects.

Parliamentary correspondent David Cornock reports.

  • 01 Sep 2014
  • From the section Wales