UK Counter-extremism programme: Nearly HALF of those deemed vulnerable to ISIS grooming turned down help

Nearly half of people assessed to be susceptible to Islamic-State terrorism refused the offer of help from the Government’s flagship counter-extremism programme, according to reports.

The Channel programme offers support and mentoring to those deemed to be vulnerable to being drawn into extremism, but it is voluntary and those offered help can turn it down.

  • Editor

    Shutting down Common Purpose might be a good start. From what I understand, it trains extremists, forms covert networks and tries to infiltrate all levels of government.

  • Gary

    I’m always amazed when i see muslims marching to support Sharia so pedophilia will be legalized.
    Most pedophiles stay in the closet from the shame, but muslims wear it like a badge of honour.