British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said people convicted of terrorism offenses should not be allowed out of prison early after it was revealed the London Bridge attacker was released from jail last year before the end of his sentence.
People convicted of terror offenses must serve full prison terms: UK PM
Boris Johnson, (c), Home Secretary Priti Patel, (L) and Commissioner of the City of London Police, Ian Dyson (R) arrive at the scene of a stabbing on London Bridge on November 30, 2019. (AFP)
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