SAJID Javid was last night tipped to outlaw a Lebanese terror group Hezbollah – who Jeremy Corbyn once branded “friends.”
The Home Secretary could add the Iran-backed extremists to the “proscribed” terror list.
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In 2008 UK banned Hezbollah’s armed militant wing, but supporters waving their flag in marches through London able to claim there were only expressing support for the terror group’s political wing.
Last night the Home Office refused to comment on the speculation, but a source said decisions about proscribing groups were constantly reviewed.
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