Nato could do more to support countries that are running counter-radicalisation programmes, the UK’s top representative in the alliance has told the BBC.

Gen Sir Adrian Bradshaw said Nato should promote successful strategies so other countries could follow them.

He explained how Jordan was training its imams to practice a tolerant traditional form of Islam.

The deputy supreme allied commander in Europe also spoke about Afghanistan, migration, and the role of Nato.

Gen Bradshaw told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme that the fight against Islamist extremism was multi-faceted.

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