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The Home Affairs Committee has concluded its inquiry into Roots of violent radicalisation and published its Report.
The Committee's Report on Roots of violent radicalisation was published on 6 February 2012 as the Nineteenth Report of Session 2010-12, HC 1446.
Additional written evidence has been published.
The Committee issued the following terms of reference on 25 May 2011:
Home Affairs Committee publishes report into Roots of violent Radicalisation
The Home Affairs Committee questions a range of witnesses including the Minister for Crime and Security for its Radicalisation Inquiry
Home Affairs Committee continues inquiry
Home Affairs Committee seeks evidence from former FBI agent
MPs question Congressman Peter King
MPs to examine the root causes of violent radicalisation in the UK
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