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'Political correctness' fostered extremists

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The British government was warned for years about granting asylum to known Islamic terrorist supporters, and that more than thirty Guantanamo inmates became radicalised while in Britain, according to Wikileaks.

Security correspondent Frank Gardner assesses the claims.

Kim Howells, former Labour foreign office minister and chair of the Commons Intelligence and Security Committee, talks about Britain's "great reluctance" to speak out about radicalism.


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