A key theme of this speech was the forthcoming general election.
Tackling the causes of poverty.
Fighting for real opportunity. We need to confront — and I mean really confront — extremism. When I read what some young people born and brought up in this country are doing, it makes me feel sick to my stomach.
Girls not much older than my eldest daughter, swapping loving family homes and straight-A futures for a life of servitude under ISIL, in a land of violence and oppression. Boys who could do anything they wanted in Britain — who have benefitted from all this country stands for — instead ending up in the desert wielding a knife.
This ideology, this diseased view of the world, has become an epidemic — infecting minds from the mosques of Mogadishu to the bedrooms of Birmingham. Who is ISIL murdering more than anyone else? No-one should get away with this politics of grievance anymore.
It progresses to a website telling them how to wage jihad, fight in Syria, and defeat the West. And before you know it, a young British boy, barely 17, is strapping bombs to his body and blowing himself up in Iraq.
There are parts of Britain today where you can get by without ever speaking English or meeting anyone from another culture. Did you know, in our country, there are some children who spend several hours each day at a Madrassa?
Let me be clear: These children should be having their minds opened, their horizons broadened… …not having their heads filled with poison and their hearts filled with hate. So I can announce this today: If an institution is teaching children intensively, then whatever its religion, we will, like any other school, make it register so it can be inspected.
And be in no doubt: This goes to a wider truth. This is passive tolerance. So let me say it right here: People who organise forced marriages — I want them prosecuted. Parents who take their children for FGM — I want them arrested.
People fought for them — many died for them… …in the trenches, a century ago; on the beaches, 30 years later… …in the Suffragettes; in Gay Pride. Free speech — and the best literature in the world. Freedom of religion — and many faiths living side by side, peacefully.
Free thinking — and the endless advances in medicine and technology that has brought. A free economy — and a standard of living our grandparents could only have dreamed of.
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