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A convicted murderer who helped to stop the London Bridge terror attack last November will have his sentence cut after the Queen...

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Gallant had been out on licence when terrorist Usman Khan killed two people at London Bridge.
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A convicted murderer who helped stop the 2019 London Bridge terror attack will have his sentence cut after the Queen intervened.

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