The Prince of Wales has warned about the extent to which young people in Britain are becoming radicalised, calling it"alarming."
Prince Charles was speaking as he began a tour of the Middle East, where he is set to hold talks with Jordan's King Abdullah.
ITV News Senior Correspondent Ronke Phillips reports:
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