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‘Whatever the nature of the allegations before the court, any findings the court makes must be rooted in the totality of the empirical evidence before the court, and any inferences it is reasonable to draw therefrom. This fundamental principle applies as much in a case of alleged radicalisation as it does in other cases brought under ChA 1989, part IV. Further, as in all other cases brought under ChA 1989, part IV, in cases of alleged radicalisation and in order to meet the threshold criteria under ChA 1989, s 31(2), the local authority must be able to demonstrate that the facts relied on justify the conclusion that the child has suffered, or is at risk of suffering, significant harm of the type alleged.’