Neil Basu, Britain’s top counter-terrorism officer, has suggested that people should practise their religion openly for the sake of better social inclusion, despite data showing that homegrown Islamist extremists plot four of five attacks in the UK.
Neil Basu, the Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner and National Coordinator for counter-terrorism policing, has said that Britain should not rely on the police and security services alone to beat extremism and terrorism, as community cohesion and social mobility should be in focus.

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