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UK Labour's Corbyn: Convicted terrorists should 'not necessarily' serve full sentences

Reuters Sunday, 1 December 2019
Convicted terrorists should "not necessarily" serve their full prison terms, the leader of Britain's main opposition Labour party said on Sunday, after a man freed early from a terrorism sentence killed two people in London.
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The Labour leader told Sophy Ridge it was important to look at the progress convicted terrorists had made in being rehabilitated in prison before deciding on whether they should be released early. He was speaking after it emerged that London Bridge attacker Usman Khan had been freed early from...

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