Majority of released Muslim terrorists refused deradicalisation programmes while in prison

A majority of convicted terrorists imprisoned since the 9/11 attacks have reportedly been released from prison and still hold their extremist beliefs.

Of the 583 people imprisoned on terror charges in the last 15 years, 418 have been released, a Sky News investigatoin found.

Two-thirds of those released refused to take part in prison deradicalisation programmes aimed at addressing their extremist convictions.