Theresa May to 'address gaps' in anti-extremism powers
Home Secretary Theresa May has promised to "address the gaps" in the government's response to extremism.
Among a series of measures, she said Muslim chaplains would be trained to challenge extremist Islamic views on university campuses.
Mrs May also said the government was looking at new orders to ban radical groups and would work with internet providers to screen extremist content.
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