David Cameron said that a long-awaited British assessment of the Muslim Brotherhood will be published this year - but appeared to signal that it will not be proscribed as a terrorist group.

The Prime Minister told Egyptian president Abdel Fatah al-Sisi that "what we do in Britain is we judge people by whether they are inside the law or outside the law" after the pair held talks in Downing Street.

The review was completed last summer amid calls from allies such as Saudi Arabia for the UK to impose a ban but is believed to have found little evidence to back such a change.

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