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Terror cells: how Britain’s prisons became finishing schools for extremists

They are fuelling radicalism rather than fighting it

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Ian Acheson
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Ian Acheson
Professor Ian Acheson is a former prison governor. He was also Director of Community Safety at the Home Office

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