Schools must teach children "British values" to fight the pull of jihadist groups, the chief inspector of schools had said after a teenage boy from West Yorkshire became Britain's youngest suicide bomber.

Talha Asmal, described as an "ordinary Yorkshire lad", reportedly blew himself up on Saturday aged 17 during an Isis assault on an Iraqi oil refinery.

A day later, a British Muslim convert called Thomas Evans was killed fighting with al-Qaeda affiliate al-Shabaab in Kenya and three mothers from Bradford are feared to have taken their nine children to Syria.

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