An MP who was stabbed by an al-Qaeda fanatic has accused Google and other internet giants of "shrugging their ­shoulders" over extremist videos and websites.

Stephen Timms, who was attacked by a Muslim student in his East Ham constituency in east London three years ago, said ministers must investigate how to remove radical material from the internet in the wake of the Woolwich terror attack.

Thousands of extremist videos are easily available on YouTube and other websites, and police investigating the murder of Drummer Lee Rigby have seized a number of computers.

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