Prevent strategy 'toxic' and 'alienating'
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Green co-leader on de-radicalisation policy after terror attacks

The UK's existing policy to deal with radicalisation is "alienating" communities, says Jonathan Bartley.

The Green Party of England and Wales co-leader was speaking about the Prevent strategy after Theresa May's speech on terror attacks in the London Bridge area.

He was responding to questions from a Bristol audience on BBC1's Election Questions, hosted by Jo Coburn.

  • 04 Jun 2017
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