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Eurocrats have blasted Britain's flagship counter-extremism programmes – despite a string of deadly Islamist terror attacks on the Continent.
Schemes in the UK have been credited with stopping dozens of British fundamentalists travelling abroad to join Islamic State.
However a report by the Council of Europe warned the UK's anti-radicalisation programmes were 'fomenting resentment' within Muslim communities.
The Strasbourg-based body, which is separate from the EU, said the Prevent and Channel strategies were 'jeopardising' efforts to integrate Muslims, leading some communities to become extremism incubators.