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It's time to take Britain's Incel terror threat seriously

9 March 2021

6:15 PM

9 March 2021

6:15 PM

Far-right and Islamist extremism are both cause for concern in Britain today. But there’s another threat which all too often slips under the radar.

Referrals to the UK government’s Prevent programme in 2019/20 presenting a ‘Mixed, Unstable or Unclear’ ideology accounted for 51 per cent of all referrals ‒ up from just 11 per cent in 2016/17.

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You can read Matt Dryden's Henry Jackson Society report on the rise of ‘mixed’ ideologies here


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