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London Bridge attack: Tory policies made public less safe, former Parole Board chairman says

Independent Monday, 2 December 2019 ()
'We've neglected the criminal justice system, and now the chickens are coming home to roost'
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News video: Corbyn demands full investigation of any mistakes over London Bridge attacker

Corbyn demands full investigation of any mistakes over London Bridge attacker 00:54

Britain's main opposition leader on Saturday called for an investigation and said there were questions for the probation service and parole board after a man who had been convicted on terrorism offences killed two people at London Bridge.

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