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Ian Birrell
'My son, Jack, killed in this attack, would not wish his death to be used as the pretext for more draconian sentences or for detaining people unnecessarily.' Beautiful words from a grieving father. But instantly does what David Merritt begged politicians to avoid
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Dandannyboy Nov 30
Thanks for your insight.
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Ben Stevens Nov 30
Classy as always
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Scully Nov 30
Disgusting from
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Benno Nov 30
Correct from him
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Agnes Bergman Dec 1
Jack’s father only asked for his son’s death not to be hijacked for political ends. Johnson is scared. He was warned about this as HS. That is why he is so fast to put out lies.
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Tory education mews Nov 30
Mail on Sunday
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julian jessop Nov 30
There are none so blind as those who will not see. Inviting a convicted terrorist to a high profile convention in the capital must now be seen as the high water mark for the premise that rehabilitation is possible for all. For Islamist terrorists it is clearly a bridge too far.
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Impossible "Tier 3 with no support" Ian Nov 30
Nelson Mandela?
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