Tackling radicalisation must not deter radical thinking


At election time, I wrote about the lack of inspiration, radicalisation or excitement among young people in Britain. Well, at least that is changing. Whatever you might feel about Jeremy Corbyn, you can't deny that there is a different mood about today. Social media is lively and bubbling about politics, and young people are in the middle of real debates about real issues. It feels like Scotland did last year.

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