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Image caption The home secretary said November's attack "confronted us with some hard truths about how we deal with terrorist offenders". Terror offenders will face more time in jail and be monitored more closely as part of new laws being introduced within weeks, the government has said. Automatic early release from prison will be scrapped for terror offenders while a minimum jail term of 14 years for serious crimes will be introduced. The Home Office said a bill would be brought before Parliament by mid-March. Home Secretary Priti Patel said the government had faced "hard truths" since an attack in London in November. Convicted terror offender Usman Khan had been on licence from prison wh... Full story

21 January