Prime Minister David Cameron told MPs the Government will not stand for extremists or "groups like the English Defence League who try to demonise Islam and try and stoke up anti-Muslim hatred".
Mr Cameron said in a statement to the House of Commons, "It is as if for some young people there is a conveyor belt to radicalisation that has poisoned their minds".
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