Dr Martyn Frampton
Head of Security and Extremism
Dr Martyn Frampton is a Reader in Modern History at Queen Mary University of London. He is the author of 3 books on ‘the Troubles’ in Northern Ireland and more recently has completed a lengthy book on the history of the relationship between the Muslim Brotherhood and the West, published by Harvard University Press in 2018. He has also written on the contemporary challenges of counter-terrorism and counter-extremism, most significantly with the 2009 pamphlet for Policy Exchange, ‘Choosing our Friends Wisely: Criteria for engagement with Muslim groups’ and his 2016 paper, ‘Unsettled Belonging: A survey of Britain’s Muslim communities’.
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by Dr Martyn Frampton | Feb 1, 2018Max Hill QC yesterday appeared in Parliament before the Joint Committee on Human Rights to discuss his role as the UK’s Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation. While stressing that his remit is restricted to four anti-terrorism statutes, Hill nonetheless made...
by Dr Martyn Frampton | Sep 23, 2017Read Publication Download the summary questionnaire used for polling In this major new report, Policy Exchange provides a comprehensive analysis of the struggle against online extremism – the ’new Netwar’. The spate of terrorist attacks in the first half of 2017...
by Dr Martyn Frampton | Dec 2, 2016Read Publication In the most extensive research of British Muslims ever conducted, Policy Exchange in conjunction with the polling company ICM surveyed more than 3,000 British Muslims and held a number of focus groups across the UK to understand their attitudes...
Manchester attack brings renewed prominence to debate around Britain’s counter-radicalisation strategy, Prevent
by Dr Martyn Frampton | May 30, 2017The terrible events in Manchester have brought renewed prominence to the debate around Britain’s counter-radicalisation strategy, Prevent. Bomber Salman al-Abeidi – like many Islamist terrorists – had been known to the intelligence services for his extremist views,...
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1/2 @RichardWalton20 welcomes Home Office announcement of tougher sentencing and monitoring of terrorist offenders 'Sentencing of terrorists has been seen by those engaged in counter-terrorism as overly lenient for too long, with convicted terrorists released far too early.'