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UK PM Johnson pressured on jail terms after London Bridge attack

Reuters Saturday, 30 November 2019 ()
Britain's opposition criticized the government's sentencing policies on Saturday after police said the London Bridge attacker had previously been convicted of terrorism offences but freed early from jail.
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