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Britain will declare Iran’s Revolutionary Guard ‘a terrorist group in move supported by ministers Tom Tugendhat and Suella Braverman’

  • Iran’s Revolutionary Guard to be deemed a terrorist organisation in the UK 
  • Will make it an offence to carry their logo, support their work or belong to group 
  • The move is said to be backed by senior Conservative ministers Tom Tugendhat and Home Secretary Suella Braverman

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Britain will declare Iran‘s Revolutionary Guard a terrorist group, it was reported last night.

The move, which will be announced within weeks, is supported by Britain’s security minister, Tom Tugendhat, and Home Secretary Suella Braverman, according to the reports.

It comes after Iran arrested seven people with links to the United Kingdom over anti-government protests that have rocked the hardline regime in recent months.

Proscribing the Revolutionary Guard as a terrorist group would mean that it would become a criminal offence to belong to the group, attend its meetings, and carry its logo in public

Proscribing the Revolutionary Guard as a terrorist group would mean that it would become a criminal offence to belong to the group, attend its meetings, and carry its logo in public 

Suella Braverman

Security Minister Tom Tugendhat

The move, which will be announced within weeks, is supported by Britain’s security minister, Tom Tugendhat, and Home Secretary Suella Braverman

Proscribing the Revolutionary Guard as a terrorist group would mean that it would become a criminal offence to belong to the group, attend its meetings, and carry its logo in public.

The UK Home Office did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the report in The Daily Telegraph.

Iran’s Revolutionary Guards last week arrested seven people with links to Britain over the protests that broke out across the country following the death of Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old Kurdish Iranian who was arrested for wearing ‘inappropriate attire’ under the strict Islamic dress code for women

Iran’s Revolutionary Guards last week arrested seven people with links to Britain over the protests that broke out across the country following the death of Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old Kurdish Iranian who was arrested for wearing ‘inappropriate attire’ under the strict Islamic dress code for women 

Iran’s Revolutionary Guards last week arrested seven people with links to Britain over the protests that broke out across the country following the death of Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old Kurdish Iranian who was arrested for wearing ‘inappropriate attire’ under the strict Islamic dress code for women.

Last Wednesday Prime Minister Rishi Sunak urged Iran to stop detaining dual nationals, saying the practice should not be used to obtain ‘diplomatic leverage’.

Source: Daily Mail UK

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