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The CTS Act has placed PREVENT on a statutory footing for public bodies to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism by tackling what is claimed to be ‘extremist ideology’.
In practice, this will mean that individuals working within statutory organisations must report individuals suspected of being ‘potential terrorists’ to external bodies for ‘de-radicalisation’.2.
For example, growing a beard, wearing a hijab or mixing with those who believe Islam has a comprehensive political philosophy are key markers used to identify ‘potential’ terrorism.
This serves to reinforce a prejudicial worldview that perceives Islam to be a retrograde and oppressive religion that threatens the West.
Being a king or queen in Britain used to be a dangerous business.
As the most powerful person in the land, you got to sit on a throne and give orders, but there were no shortage of subjects plotting to usurp your reign.
Indeed, ideology only becomes appealing when social, economic and political grievances give it legitimacy.
Therefore, addressing these issues would lessen the appeal of ideology.3.
While much of the PREVENT policy is aimed at those suspected of ‘Islamist extremism’ and far-right activity, there is genuine concern that other groups will also be affected by such policies, such as anti-austerity and environmental campaigners – largely those engaged in political dissent.5.Without due reconsideration of PREVENT’s poor reputation, the police and government have attempted to give the programme a veneer of legitimacy by expressing it in the language of ‘safeguarding’.Not only does this depoliticise the issue of radicalisation, it shifts attention away from grievances that drive individuals towards an ideology that legitimises political violence.6.Henry is autistic and non-verbal and often communicates through making noises.Mrs Green said she was left furious by the letter which claimed to be from 'the residents and neighbours in the local area'.
We are fascinated by monarchs who reached a bloody end.