UK election campaign focuses on sentencing after London attack

Boris Johnson is trying to absolve his Conservative Party of blame, despite being in power for a decade.

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    The issue of sentencing for people convicted of terrorism-related offences has become a key factor in the UK election campaign.

    Britain's prime minister is promising tougher sentences after it emerged last week’s London Bridge attacker was released from prison early.

    Al Jazeera's Rory Challands reports from London.


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