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Boris Johnson vows to end to early prison release with 14-year sentences for terrorists in wake of London Bridge attack

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News video: Boris Johnson: Anyone involved in London Bridge attack will be 'hunted down and brought to justice'

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson says "anybody involved in this crime and these attacks will be hunted down and will be brought to justice" following the London Bridge attack. Speaking inside Downing Street, he also said: "I want to pay tribute to the extraordinary bravery of those members of the public...

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