46 dangerous terrorists released from prison.

#2
According to Ministry of Justice figures, at least 20 convicted terrorists have been freed from jail this year after completing their sentences. Another 26 will be eligible for release over the next two years.

Always thought it was normal in this country to let people go after they did their time
 
#3
Britain leads the way yet again in the world terrorist appeasement program. I thought this was a blairite tactic but evidently not so.
 

263A

War Hero
#4
I take it then, that those who are NOT here legally will be put on the next plane out?
 

263A

War Hero
#6
Seriously doubt that.If they suggest that they may be subjected to any physical harm in their own country,they will be given leave to stay here.
Sorry bud,my sick sense of alledged humour.
 
#7
According to Ministry of Justice figures, at least 20 convicted terrorists have been freed from jail this year after completing HALF their sentences. Another 26 will be eligible for release over the next two years.

Always thought it was normal in this country to let people go after they did their time
Fixed that for you. The only way a terrorist will spend a significant amount of time in jail is they do something really bad. Like knife an MP.
 
#8
Britain leads the way yet again in the world terrorist appeasement program. I thought this was a blairite tactic but evidently not so.
Nope. Meet the new boss; just as big a cnut as the old boss.
 
#10
Thanks the DT obviously got it wrong :)

You make stabbing an MP sound like a bad thing
How very dare you! I would have regarded this as Mitigating Circumstances. Although she deserves 15 years for such poor drills...
 
#11
According to Ministry of Justice figures, at least 20 convicted terrorists have been freed from jail this year after completing their sentences. Another 26 will be eligible for release over the next two years.

Always thought it was normal in this country to let people go after they did their time
Yes and rightly so.. but that also holds that the punishment fits the crime.. which it hardly does. In other words(in the case of terrorists at least) - **** em!
 
#12
Why is it in America there are probably thousands of prisoners for whom life without parole means exactly that, whereas in this country, there are only a few who are unlikely to ever be released. Is it a difference in cultural attitude towards crime & punishment?
 
#14
We could always convert that new aircraft carrier we're mothballing to become a prison! Anchor it in the North Sea, it could become our own floating Alcatraz.
 
#15
We could always convert that new aircraft carrier we're mothballing to become a prison! Anchor it in the North Sea, it could become our own floating Alcatraz.
I've been thinking about this for years.. Not with the likes of Ark Royal though.. More like the P&O ferries. Change the name ofc to P&O though.. Prisons & Offenders.

Then float them out places as a sort of migrating indentured workforce to the highest bidder. Oil-spill need cleaning up? No problem. French port barricade needs breaking open? We got you covered.
Similarly the worst inmates will find themselves in Trident.. in the mid atlantic.. without engines.. or lube.
 
#16
Just been on the radio that they are planning on sending back 11,000 offenders back to their own countries to finish off there sentance in the next few years. Never thought there would be as many as that anyone know what countries they all come from
 

jarrod248

LE
Gallery Guru
#17
Just been on the radio that they are planning on sending back 11,000 offenders back to their own countries to finish off there sentance in the next few years. Never thought there would be as many as that anyone know what countries they all come from
err wouldn't be hard to guess.
 
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Just been on the radio that they are planning on sending back 11,000 offenders back to their own countries to finish off there sentance in the next few years. Never thought there would be as many as that anyone know what countries they all come from
Swings and round-abouts though one could imagine. I would like to think the number of Brits incarcerated lawfully overseas is much lower than that but you never know. This could be the all new vogue.
 
#20
'Committed religious extremists have not changed their mind while serving prison sentence - Shock.'

Well that's taken me by surprise, not.
 

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