Family of brothers killed in Syria had been under police watch for years

Two teenage brothers killed while fighting in war-torn Syria were radicalised right under the noses of police and social services, according to a damning report.

Their entire family had been monitored for years,but police and social workers in Brighton, East Sussex, failed to identify tell-tale signs of radicalisation.

When an elder brother Amer Deghayes fled to go on jihad, authorities failed to stop his two younger siblings.