Prosecutors allow dozens of charges brought against terrorists to ‘lie on file’

By Patrick Sawer, Robert Mendick, Rhodri Morgan and Hayley Dixon

An analysis by the Henry Jackson Society in conjunction with the Telegraph has found that Amman was one of at least 42 individuals since 1998 sentenced for terrorism offences who pleaded guilty to certain charges while others offences were not pursued by the CPS.


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