Zakir Naik’s “personal television channel”, Peace TV, has continued broadcasting to millions of British households since he was barred from entering the country in 2010.

The high-profile Indian Muslim preacher was banned by Theresa May when she was home secretary, after he praised Osama bin Laden and said “all Muslims should be terrorists”.

Other speakers listed on Peace TV’s website include Bilal Philips, a Jamaican-Canadian Islamic preacher who was named by the US as a co-conspirator in a 1993 plot to bomb New York’s World Trade Centre. Dr Phillips has been banned from several countries, including the UK.

Peace TV has repeatedly fallen foul of broadcasting rules on extreme content but remains available to Sky subscribers on its English and Urdu channels.

The Henry Jackson Society accused Ofcom of “a material failure” to protect viewers by revoking the station’s licence.

Read the full article in The Independent.