Tackling radicalisation of young British Muslims

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The Government is to publish its review of Britain's strategy to stop young British Muslims becoming radicalised and potentially committing terrorist acts.

State money has been given to voluntary groups to help protect vulnerable youngsters from terrorist recruiters and the coalition might change the way projects are delivered.

Giles Dilnot spoke to former Communities Secretary Hazel Blears MP, and Hanif Qadir of the Active Change Foundation.

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