Taxpayer cash be spent on ISIS bride Shamima Begum and Jihadi Jack returning to Britain

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A fund, which it is claimed could tot up to the millions, is reportedly being set up to give underfunded local councils the money to pay for the living expenses of Brits returning from Syria.

Part of the fund will also be spent on “de-radicalising” those coming back into the country, with 400 militants already believed to have sneaked back in.

According to the Sun, leaked government documents warn some kids may have received battlefield training and will be hellbent on committing terrorism.

The fund will undoubtedly come as a slap in the face to victims of terror attacks on UK soil, with victims of the Manchester Arena bombings already hitting out at the prospect of Shamima Begum coming back into the UK.

Shamima Begum

ISIS BRIDE: Islamist Shamima Begum has begged to be allowed back to the UK (Pic: GETTY)

Jihadi Jack

MOANING: Jihadi Jack has blubbed that he wants to come home saying he misses his mum (Pic: GETTY)

Shamima Begum

BLOODTHIRSTY: Shamima Begum even admitted she named her son after an Islamic warlord (Pic: GETTY)

The 19-year-old has begged to be allowed back after escaping the crumbling so-called caliphate and giving birth to a son.

And Brit-born Jack Letts – dubbed “Jihadi Jack” – has also pleaded to return home after claiming he never did any fighting in Syria.

Speaking from a Kurdish jail, the 23-year-old convert blubbed about missing his mum, as well as pasties and watching Doctor Who.

But in a recent interview, the jihadi also admits he was “pleased” when he heard about the 2015 Paris terror attacks.

According to the Sun, the Department of Education’s controversial advice on jihadi rehabilitation states: “There is centrally funded support available for local authorities to help all British children or families who return.

Jihadi Jack Letts

BEGGING: Jihadi Jack Letts’ parents are due to go on trial accused of sending him money (Pic: GETTY)

“Children may be traumatised and need to be offered targeted and proportionate support to aid their reintegration into schools and local communities.

“It is also likely children have been exposed to extremist ideology, undertaken military training, or in some cases, been involved in terrorist acts.

“In some cases, British children may pose a threat to others, including their families, classmates, and community.”

Slamming the decision to fund returning ISIS fighters, Tory MP Robert Halfon said:  “It’s hard to believe that when you have huge pressure on school and college funding, vital resources are being given over to jihadis. What planet are we living on?”

Colonel Richard Kemp, a former Government counter-terrorism adviser, added: “The fact that this is public money is disgraceful. We are talking about people involved in activity most of us could not imagine, such as mass rape, murder and torture.

“They should not be allowed to return here, they are terrorists.”

Daily Star Online has contacted the Home Office for comment.

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