UK courts deal with 150 cases of children feared to be at risk of radicalisation by extremist parents

By Ellie Cullen and Kirsty Bosley

A think tank study has found that more than 150 children have been have involved in care proceedings in the UK since 2013 over worries they were in danger of radicalisation.

The Henry Jackson Society found that family courts are often powerless to take steps to protect children’s welfare, even when aware that parents had extremist mindsets.

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