Home secretary Theresa May today set out a package of measures which she says will tackle Islamic extremists who "reject our values".

In a speech, she outlined a series of proposals, including an investigation of Sharia law, the promotion of 'British values', stricter English language requirements and a review of supplementary schools such as madrassas, in her last major speech before the start of the General Election campaign.

Her speech has sparked anger in Bradford, with one of the district's MPs, George Galloway, labelling it a "declaration of political war on the Muslim community".

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