How many convicted terrorists are scheduled for release from British Prisons?

by Liam Byrne | 07.07.17 | in: Extremism

I submitted the following question to the Ministry of Justice asking for details of the number of individuals convicted of terror-related offences due for release from UK prisons:

“To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, how many prisoners in UK jails were convicted of offences under the Terrorism Act 2000; and how many of those prisoners may be scheduled for release in the next (a) six months, (b) year, (c) three years and (d) five years.”

I received the following data table from Sam Gyimah MP – Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Ministry of Justice):

I got in touch with the Daily Mirror with the above information and they have decided to highlighted the issue to their readers.

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