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Shamima Begum should NOT be allowed back to the UK

Just four percent (598 people) responded “yes”, while less than one percent (150 people) said “don’t know”.

Ms Begum, who is of British-Bangladeshi heritage, left Bethnal Green, east London, for Syria in 2015 with two school friends.

Within days she had crossed the Turkish border and eventually reached the IS headquarters at Raqqa, where she married a Dutch convert recruit.

They had three children, all of whom have since died.

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