Communities and peer groups "hold the key" to stopping young British men and women from fighting in Syria, a leading MP said.
Keith Vaz warned Good Morning Britain young people were "recruited on their telephones" and in order to stop them travelling to Syria or Somalia, then peer groups needed to be vigilant.
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