Policyexchangefindings David Cameron will make a speech later today in Birmingham (trailed yesterday) in which he will urge firmer action on immigration and more freedoms for Muslim women.  ConservativeHome will report the speech as soon as we have a text.  Michael Gove MP – who made a major speech last week on the rise of an anti-Islamist intelligentsia – will probably have been a key member of the speechwriting team.

The Tory leader’s intervention coincides with a Populus poll for Policy Exchange – a think tank chaired by Mr Gove until the last General Election – that identifies alarming signs of extremism amongst younger Muslims in Britain (see Telegraph report and graphic on right).

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