The term ‘British Values’ is as much a phrase of nationalistic pride for some as it is a head-scratcher for others. They’re two words that mean so much, but so little at the same time. For the patriots, they’re the cornerstones of what this country stands for. For the rest of us, British values are a vaguely defined set of rules that are thrown around a lot, but aren’t expanded on. It’s these same opinion-dividing values that have been the focus of a new legal duty upon schools; the duty to prevent terrorism.
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