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Redemption defines a civilised society. We must not forsake the idea | Kenan MalikUpdated7 Dec 2019, 2:22pm

Redemption defines a civilised society. We must not forsake the idea | Kenan Malik

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A blame game followed the London Bridge killings. Now it’s time for cool heads to look at deradicalisationCan terrorists be deradicalised? Do all offenders, even those who commit the most abhorrent of crimes, deserve a second chance? Those two key questions remain at the heart of the case of Usman Khan, the London Bridge killer. In the immediate aftermath of the recent terror attack, and against the background of the election campaign, the debate centred largely on operational issues. Boris Johnson made much of the early release of Khan, which he blamed on the last Labour government. Labour highlighted cuts in the prison and probation services, which, it suggested, had led to a failure of rehabilitation and of monitoring.
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