'Terrorists will feel full force of law'
Allowing the public to challenge potentially lenient sentences for people who commit terror offences will make sure those who "wilfully and culpably turn a blind eye to terrorist activity" feel the full force of the law, according to the justice minister Dominic Raab.
People will be able to challenge a wider range of sentences given for terror offences from 8 August, using the Unduly Lenient Sentence scheme.
15 Jul 2017
- From the section UK