Inquiry into anti-radicalisation programme will only look at present and future proposals

The independent review into the anti-radicalisation programme Prevent has been branded “strange” and “superficial” after it emerged it will exclude all past decisions from its scope.

The review was announced after years of mounting criticism of Prevent, which has become a toxic brand for many within Muslim communities, with some viewing it as a state tool for spying on them.

Source: Prevent review branded ‘superficial’ as past decisions overlooked | UK news | The Guardian