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Independent.co.uk:

Indeed, they risk falling foul of the government’s definition of extremism, which covers not only committed jihadis, but also anyone who vocally or actively opposes “fundamental British values”.

Is there a risk of getting flagged as an extrimist if someone opposes “fundamental British values” in Britain?

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As of August 2016 (and I can't find any hint that the situation has changed), there is no legislation that defines "extremism".

http://uk.reuters.com/article/uk-britain-security-extremism-idUKKCN10S0ZV

However, there is still no sign of the legislation, with the Home Office (interior ministry) saying it would come in "due course". One main obstacle is who decides who or what is extremist.

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