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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 blames Usman Khan's release on a 'leftie government'

Boris Johnson blames Usman Khan's release on a 'leftie government' 01:22

Boris Johnson says around 74 people convicted of terror offences, who have been released from prison, could be the focus of a government review of sentencing. London Bridge knife attacker Usman Khan, was freed halfway through a 16-year jail sentence.

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