Legal loophole that allowed Anjem Choudary to leave jail early will be closed, minister says

By Victoria Ward

Nikita Malik, director of the Henry Jackson Society’s Centre on Radicalisation and Terrorism told the Telegraph: “It’s welcome that the Government is acting now but the horse has already bolted. The Government should have closed this loophole years ago – if they had, Choudary would still have years on his sentence to serve.

“Terrorism is just as serious as violent or sexual offending and should have been treated as such”

 

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