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Hundreds of NHS staff and patients referred to controversial counter-terrorism programme | 20 Nov 2016 | The NHS has referred hundreds of its patients and staff to the police under a controversial anti-terrorism programme. Since July 2015, the Government's Prevent scheme has required all public bodies to report people they believe to be at risk of radicalisation. In the year since it was introduced, 420 people were referred to the scheme by the NHS over fears they could be vulnerable to extremism, reported BBC Radio 5 Live. The Government says Prevent aims to “reduce the threat to the UK from terrorism by stopping people becoming terrorists or supporting terrorism”.