A police officer stands in front of a red London bus

After attacks, UK rethinks early release law for convicted terrorists

Conflict & Justice

Two terrorist incidents in London have prompted the British government to try to push through emergency legislation to change the law that allows prisoners convicted of terrorism to leave midway through their sentences. The law was originally introduced to encourage rehabilitation and lower prison population numbers.

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Mubin Shaikh

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