In a shocking world exclusive GB News interview on Dan Wootton Tonight, ISIS runaway bride Shamima Begum speaks from a prison camp in Northern Syria, saying she wants to present Prime Minister Boris Johnson with an unbelievable plan to help the UK defeat terrorists.
Shamima said: "I actually think it's important that they know so that they can prevent it... the fight against terrorism is not a one-man job, it's multiple people with multiple skills".
She said living in the prison camp "was scary", saying "tents get burned", but went on to deny allegations of ever having made suicide vests, claiming - possibly quite unbelievably - that she had been deradicalised.
Shamima Begum fled her east London home for Syria as a 15-year-old schoolgirl more than six years ago.
Health Secretary Sajid Javid, who was Home Secretary when the decision was made to strip Begum of her British citizenship, had previously said: “The decision is both morally right, absolutely right, but also legally correct and the right one to protect the British people."
Meanwhile, Begum spoke to GB News about her family life, saying she "doesn't have any messages" and she is "tired of giving messages that aren't believed".
She continued: "If I give a message to my family I want it to be face to face, not through the media, my family are very private people and I respect their privacy".
Furthermore, Shamima Begum said she did not make any suicide vests.
She said: "No I did not, never".
Begum spoke about her decision to leave Britain in an interview last year.
Shamima revealed she “thought about for a while”.
She said to Sky News: “I didn’t hate Britain, I hated my life really.
“I felt very constricted, and I felt I couldn’t live the life that I wanted in the UK as a British woman".