Found a few articles dealing with this intriguing subject:
UK intelligence had warned against ‘fruitless’ probe of Muslim Brotherhood
*Jenkins review, due to be published on Thursday, was ordered primarily due to foreign pressure on British prime minister, not national interest
LONDON - British intelligence warned Prime Minister David Cameron against ordering his review into links between the Muslim Brotherhood and terrorism, the Middle East Eye can disclose.
MEE understands that a senior official from MI5, the domestic intelligence service, personally warned the prime minister that the review, which was concluded last summer, would prove fruitless.
MI5 was also concerned that launching a review into the Brotherhood risked damaging relations with elements in the British Muslim community, whom they have used in the past to oust Salafi Jihadis from mosques in Britain.
But David Cameron, who came under huge pressure from the United Arab Emirates to launch his survey, took no notice of the advice.
The revelation comes as the government prepares to publish an edited version of the long delayed 200-page report on Thursday.
We understand that the review will not recommend that the Brotherhood be proscribed as a terrorist organisation – a conclusion that will be greeted with fury from the United Arab Emirates. Cameron was told there was no organisation or assets in Britain that belonged officially to the Muslim Brotherhood, no building with a plaque on it that served as its headquarters. The only route was to go after individuals and their bank accounts.
I will read the other links on this webpage to see if they are consistent with this article.
Note, who is going after the MB is UAE!
Dec. 17, 2015:
Britain will not ban Muslim Brotherhood: Cameron
The Jenkins review into the group was released on Thursday after repeated delays
British Prime Minister David Cameron on Thursday said that the UK would not ban the Muslim Brotherhood group, however, he did stress that having links with the Brotherhood could be a “possible indicator of extremism”. - See more at: middleeasteye.net/news/britain-will-not-ban-muslim-brotherhood-cameron-1567027974#sthash.mnYXy1tG.dpuf