School Calls Police After Student Looks At UKIP Website in ClassDaily Express
Feb. 26, 2016
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Teenager Joe Taylor was flagged up for political extremism by the deputy head after he used a school computer to click on the party's website.
The 15-year-old went online earlier this week to research immigration following a classroom discussion on the subject, logging on with his school username.
But he was stunned when teachers subsequently reported him to the police, claiming he had raised welfare concerns by visiting "politically incorrect websites".
Amazingly he was referred to a specialist team whose usual brief is preventing vulnerable youngsters from being groomed and indoctrinated by Islamic State (ISIS) jihadis.
The youngster, who attends Wildern School in Hedge End, Southampton, was then hauled out of class on Wednesday morning so that he could be quizzed by an officer from Hampshire police.
During the interrogation the detective reportedly accused the youngster of being a UKIP "activist" and said it was "not right" that he had visited the party's website.