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David Cameron has made an eleventh-hour intervention to postpone the publication of a controversial report into the Muslim Brotherhood in an attempt to avert a potential row with Saudi Arabia and Egypt.

The long-awaited report was due to be published on Monday afternoon but Mr Cameron's move now means it is unlikely to be released before the UK general election on May 7, if at all.

It was expected to conclude that the Muslim Brotherhood should not be proscribed as a terrorist organisation, although its activities in Britain should be more transparent and kept under review.


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