Sajid Javid urges public figures to mind their language to fight extremism

The home secretary, Sajid Javid, will say in a speech that public figures must moderate their language as part of the fight against extremism, noting that he “knows what it’s like to be told to go back to where I came from”.

His comments appear to be a jibe at Donald Trump, after the US president told four congresswomen of colour, all of whom are US citizens, to “go back home” to other countries…
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