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Review and reform: Terrorist sentencing and the use of reasonable force

Hashem Abedi was recently jailed for at least 55 years – believed to be the highest minimum term ever handed out by a court in Britain – for his part in the Manchester Arena bombing. Andrew Staniforth highlights the growing concerns expressed about inadequate terrorist sentencing, the legislation designed to address the issue, and what more needs to be done.

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