A Bristol mosque leader has called on the Prime Minister to end the "incessant questioning of British Muslims" he says is colouring political debate.

Abdul Malik, a former city councillor and Parliamentary candidate in the last General Election, says the country's Muslims "are already as British as is possible".

Mr Malik, 41, spoke out after David Cameron made a speech outlined his five-year plan to tackle Islamic extremism.

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