Britain's most dangerous Islamist terrorists will be required to develop "positive personal goals" as part of the government's attempt to reprogramme them psychologically in prison, according to documents leaked to The Sunday Times.

Under the scheme convicted terrorists placed in "separation centres" for continuing to pose a national security threat from behind bars will be required to inform on other inmates as part of their "proactive positive behaviour".

Each inmate will receive a "care and management plan" that will be reviewed every three months by at least seven experts, including a psychologist, chaplain and lawyer who will assess their behaviour, extremist views and "continued ability to influence others".

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