Tomorrow's front page: Betrayed tomorrowspaperstoday
Brilliant and kind, Saskia Jones, just 23, was the best of us, but like Jack Merritt, 25, she was murdered by a barbaric terrorist - and failed by a cash-strapped, broken justice system... Now Boris Johnson admits 74 more extremists are free to walk our streets
Separately, MI5 is already pursuing an all-time record 700 “live investigations” into terror attacks, with at least 80% of these targeting al-Qaeda and Islamic State-inspired fanatics.
Three others were injured. Two of them are in a stable condition.
This allowed him to be automatically released, without a Parole Board hearing, with an electronic tag, after eight years.
And he blamed Labour for the mid-sentence prison release system.
“When the judges reviewed his sentence in 2012, they had no option but to comply with the law that Labour brought in 2008.”
Lib Dem foreign affairs spokesman Chuka Umunna criticised Labour and the Tories for “seeking to use a terrorist incident as a political football”.
The prisons’ budget was cut by 20% from 2010/11 to 2014/15. Police and probation services have also been slashed. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said yesterday: “You can’t keep people safe on the cheap.”
Sources say there is a possibility of a terror “threat towards polling stations” during the upcoming general election on December 12.
“She was intent on living life to the full and had a wonderful thirst for knowledge.”
Read More London Bridge terror attack But probation bosses granted him an exemption to go to Learning Together’s conference, as they believed he had reformed. That decision, and the handling of Khan’s case is now subject to a Ministry of Justice Serious Further Offence Review.
Last night defence and security expert Bruce Jones told the Daily Mirror:“There will be increased activity in the run-up to Christmas, especially because of the timing of Usman’s attack.”
“Extremists now meet in open spaces where conversations cannot be monitored, rather than use phones or the internet.
“Potential attackers will seek “target enriched environments” especially where people feel relaxed, including sports, entertainment and leisure venues.”
People can lay flowers at Walbrook outside Mansion House.Read more: Daily Mirror
All those moaning about the fact the police killed the person who murdered these two people, give your heads a shake.!! This pair were trying to help people and paid a terrible price. The person who killed them made a choice and got exactly what he deserved.!!
London Bridge attack: Second victim named as Saskia Jones, former Cambridge University studentThe second victim of the London Bridge attack has been named as former Cambridge University student, Saskia Jones.
Inspiring life of London Bridge terror victim and 'force for good' Saskia JonesSaskia Jones, 23, a former Cambridge University student from Stratford-upon-Avon, was determined to make a difference to other people's lives before she was tragically killed by evil terrorist Usman Khan
Second London Bridge attack victim named as Saskia Jones, 23Former Cambridge student was killed along with Jack Merritt, 25, in attack on Friday
Woman killed in London Bridge terror attack named as 23-year-old Saskia Jones'Saskia was a funny, kind, positive influence at the centre of many people’s lives. She had a wonderful sense of mischievous fun and was generous to the point of always wanting to see the best in all people.'
Woman killed in London Bridge attack named as Saskia Jones, 23Saskia Jones, 23, from Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, was a former University of Cambridge student.
London Bridge killer had a London ban - but probation service gave him exemptionUsman Khan was granted an exemption from London ban to attend an ex-prisoners’ conference because they wrongly believed he had 'reformed' - before he killed two in rampage