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David Cameron to fast-track tough anti-terror laws
Extremists have been able to operate in Britain because "we have been a passively tolerant society", David Cameron will say, as he fast-tracks plans to crackdown on hate preachers and radical mosques.
The Prime Minister will on Wednesday hold the first meeting of the new National Security Council and will say that the Queen's Speech at the end of the month will now include a series of measures designed to confront "poisonous Islamist extremist ideology".
The new laws will mean powerful banning orders for extremist organisations which "undermine democracy" or give "hate speeches" – even if they do not break the law.
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