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London Bridge attack: Jeremy Corbyn says terrorists can be released early if they have been 'rehabilitated'

Independent Sunday, 1 December 2019 ()
Jeremy Corbyn says terrorists can be released early from prison if they have been "rehabilitated", as he linked the London Bridge attack to big government funding cuts.
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