Terror experts: ‘tougher stance vital’

ISLAMIC extremism experts have called on the government to employ tougher measures to stop terror suspects from absconding.

According to The Telegraph a report by the Centre for Social Cohesion (CSC) has called for a clamp down on surveillance techniques after it was ruled that Abid Naseer, who has been accused of plotting to bomb shoppers in Manchester, should not be deported to his home country Pakistan because he could face torture.

Instead he will remain in the UK under a control order, which restricts a person with a home curfew, an electronic tag, and ban them from on travelling abroad, using mobile phones and the internet. They also restrict a person to where they live, who they meet with and where they worship.

To read the rest of this story visit the main Manchester Mouth website.

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