Policy Exchange welcomes new Home Secretary’s updated CONTEST strategy

Jun 4, 2018

Hannah Stuart, Policy Exchange’s Co-head of Security and Extremism, commented on the new Home Secretary Sajid Javid’s rejection of the Muslim Council of Britain as unrepresentative of British Muslims.

Speaking to BBC News about the updated CONTEST strategy, Hannah welcomed the renewed push to stop extremists dividing communities, including plans to allow security agencies to share more information with community groups. Hannah also wrote for the HuffingtonPost and took part in the BBC’s Moral Maze.

Separately, Hannah also wrote for the Spectator on the growing phenomenon of female jihadists.

 

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