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Buckland: Ministry of Justice reviewing terror cases

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Buckland: Ministry of Justice reviewing terror cases

Buckland: Ministry of Justice reviewing terror cases

Justice Secretary Robert Buckland says his department has spent the weekend reviewing cases in which terror offenders have been released on licence and examined whether they need to be recalled into custody following the terror incident in London Bridge on Friday.

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