One of the two Woolwich murder suspects, who killed British soldier Lee Rigby a week ago, attended meetings held by a banned group called al-Muhajiroun, which is linked to promoting terrorism.
Since the killing, the government has announced a new taskforce to stop young Muslims being persuaded to carry out violent acts.
But one highly successful charity told Al Jazeera that its own programme to get a hold of young muslims before groups like al-Muhajiroun does, has been the victim of financial cutbacks from the government.
Al Jazeera's Laurence Lee reports from London.
Source: Al Jazeera