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Judges considering fate of children as young as two amid radicalisation fears | UK news | The Guardian


Judges considering fate of children as young as two amid radicalisation fears | UK news | The Guardian: Rowley said concerns that trigger court proceedings vary. He said: “It could be about concerns that one of the older children is showing signs of radicalisation or it could be because of parents planning to travel and relocate the family to Raqqa (in Syria) or somewhere like that. The last thing we want is children going to a warzone with a terrorist ideology around them.”

Adult members of two families were ordered by a judge on Tuesday to be fitted with electronic monitoring tags because of fears they could take children to areas controlled by Isis.

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