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London Bridge: Why was the attacker, Usman Khan, out of prison?

BBC News Sunday, 1 December 2019 ()
Usman Khan, 28, was out on licence from jail when he killed two people and injured three others.
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News video: Corbyn: Terrorists 'should not necessarily' serve full jail terms

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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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