By Marcus Dysch, December 9, 2010
The first anniversary of Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab's attempt to blow up a plane will be marked in a fortnight.
The former University College London student's arrest sparked the creation by Universities UK, the umbrella group which represents vice-chancellors, of a working group to tackle the proliferation of extremist activity on British campuses.
Since its formation it has uttered not a single word in public about what should be done. Our repeated attempts to interview Malcolm Grant, the UCL provost who chairs the group, have been met with a wall of silence.