The children taught at home about murder and bombings

“There is built in to the British system a reluctance to be judgmental about someone else’s culture, even if that reluctance places children at risk.

We know that the problem of radicalisation is not getting conspicuously worse – but nor is it going away. There are a few thousand people in London – the “low thousands”, they say – who are of interest to the security services; and a huge amount of work goes into monitoring those people, and into making sure that their ranks are not swelled by new victims of radicalisation.”

Boris Johnson in the Telegraph.

Overall not a bad column, but I can’t help but chuckle at his effort to minimize the Muslim threat, which in London alone he admits, “numbers in the low thousands”

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