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Counter-terrorism police in south-east England have admitted an "error of judgement" after listing Extinction Rebellion as an "extreme ideology". In a guide aimed at stopping young people being radicalised, the climate change group was listed alongside banned groups such as National Action. First reported in the Guardian , the guide urged people to consider referring those at risk of extremism to the government's Prevent programme. Police are now recalling the document. The 12-page guide was produced by Counter Terrorism Policing South East - part of the national counter-terrorism policing network - and given to police forces and government organisations. Called "safeguarding young people... Full story

10 January

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