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10-year-old Muslim boy trouble in the UK

Wed 20 Jan 2016, 23:54:04
D uring an English lesson in school. Mistekenly written errorist house instead of “terraced house This was reported to the police but was dealt with by a joint visit by a PC from the division and social services, not by anyone from Prevent. There were not thought to be any areas for concern and no further action was required by any agency,” a Lancashire Police statement said. The UK government’s anti-radicalisation Prevent strategy and the 2015 Counter Terrorism and Security Act places a statutory duty on schools and colleges to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism. Teachers have been legally obliged to report any suspected extremist behaviour to police since July Miqdaad Versi, assistant secretary-general of the Muslim Council of Britain, the UK’s largest umbrella group for Islamic associations, said he was aware of dozens of similar cases taking place in schools around the country. “There are huge concerns that individuals going about their daily life are being seen through the lens of security and are being seen as potential terrorists rather than students,” he said. A spelling mistake has
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