The Home Office is facing calls to release a report on left0wing extremism called Left-wing Activism and Extremism in the UK, which has been prepared by its Extremism Analysis Unit (EAU).
Jenny Jones, one of several politicians and activists whose inclusion on a domestic extremist database previously caused a furore, are among those expressing concerns about the report.
This is after its existence was revealed by a freedom of information request by the Guardian.
Jones said: “Over the past decade, the police have become more and more confused about their duty to facilitate peaceful protest and are prone to see any disruption as extremist. The Met police put me on their domestic extremist database for years, when I was a member of their own oversight body, the Police Authority and deputy mayor of London,” said Jones.
Read more at the Guardian.