In an unprecedented campaign, police are attempting to enlist Muslim mothers to stop their sons going to war.
With hundreds of young British men fighting in Syria, security chiefs believe they could return radicalised and dangerous. They want women to persuade and even inform on their relatives.
ITV News' UK Editor Lucy Manning reports:
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