Home Secretary Theresa May delivering a speech on extremism
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Theresa May tells extremists: 'The game is up'

The Home Secretary has outlined plans to tackle Islamist extremism, including a ban on hate preachers and a clampdown on Sharia courts.

In a speech in London , Theresa May said Britain must no longer tolerate the "small but significant minority" of people living in the UK who reject basic British values.

She said extremism cannot "just be ignored" but "must be tackled head on".

Daniel Sandford reports.

  • 23 Mar 2015
  • From the section UK
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