The blame for political correctness is; Nigel Farage from Usman Khan was released from prison, who embarked on a London Bridge terror attack.
In ITV's seven-way election debate, the leader of the Brexit party said that people convicted of murder should not be plotted from prison unless it was clear that the virus was not jihadi & # 39; at them.
He said: 'No one apologizes for the fact that the liberal elite gave us an incredible sentencing system.
'I don't care if you were in prison for six years or 12 years. If you have committed a murder or intend to commit a murder, you are not the only victim of a jihadi-ism virus.
I think these people should never be let out of prison unless we are sure they have the jihadi virus. But political justice prevents us from doing so. # 39;
Brexit Party leader said whether the terrorist had been convicted of serving six years or eight years, he should never have been out. Left to right: Labor Party Richard Burgon, Nicola Sturgeon, SNP leader, Brexit Party leader, Nigel Farage, Adam Adam Party leader, Sian Berry from Green Party and Democrats leader Jo Swinson
Mr Farage (left) said: “I don't care if you were in prison for six years or 12 years. If you have committed a murder or intend to commit a murder, you are not the only victim of a jihadi-ism virus. # 39; Treasury Secretary Rishi Sunak said that Usman Khan was loose as a result of changes introduced by the Last Labor Government.
Khan was released from prison last December, although he was criticized for terrorist offenses in 2012.
Today, the second victim was named a London Bridge terror attack as another young graduate of the University of Cambridge.
Saskia Jones, 23, of Stratford-upon-Avon, died with Jack Merritt, 25, of Cottenham, Cambridgeshire, after Khan, 28, went on a deadly knife frenzy in London on Friday.
Saskia Jones, 23, (pictured) of Stratford-upon-Avon, died with Jack Merritt, 25, of Cottenham, Cambridgeshire, after Usman Khan went on a safety frenzy in London on Friday.
The Treasury's Secretary-General, Rishi Sunak, said Khan had been free from the outcome of the last Labor Government changes introduced.
It was released because of a law passed in 2008 under the last Labor government where people were automatically released halfway through their sentence. he said.
We changed that law in 2012 and if he were sentenced under our rules, he would be jailed.
For Labor, shadow secretary Richard Burgon said he was 'not real'; the only option at the time was to release half-way Khan halfway through his sentence.
People don't want history lessons after this terrorism unity. People want to put victims first and keep communities safe first, he said.
Jack Merritt (left), 25, of Cottenham, Cambridge, was the first victim to be named. He died after Usman Khan dumped him (right)
Elsewhere in the debate Mr Farage said it was a big mistake for British politicians to dismantle Donald Trump, despite acknowledging some of the President's comments about women who were wrong; .
'It was crass and it was raw and it was wrong – men say terrible things sometimes. If we were all called for what we did on a night out after a drink, none of us would say … he said.
But the leader of the Liberal Democrats, Jo Swinson, interrupted him and said: 'That is what you do on a night out after a drink?
Mr Farage replied: 'He is president of the United States and has a relationship with him. You are so anti-American and you are willing to hate Trump over our national interest. This is a big mistake. # 39;
Mr Farage (left) said he was a "great mistake"; British politicians Donald Trump were discouraged, despite acknowledging some of Mr Trump's views about women being 'wrong';
But the leader of the Liberal Democrats, Jo Swinson (right) interrupted him and said: 'That is what you do on a night out after a drink?
Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon, Prime Minister Boris Johnson addressed the modeling of Mr Trump.
She said: 'In my opinion the UK and no part of it need it. Donald Trump's view is wrong and they are dangerous. In Boris Johnson, we have someone who wants to be like him.
Mr Sunak said: “Our relationship with America is vital to keeping us safe. This is not to turn your nose up.
Plaid's leader Adam Price said Mr Farage was wrong to defend the US president.
'It may never be acceptable that a man speaks about the p *** of the penny. If you think it is you should be ashamed, 'he said.
And Mr Burgon said: “The difference and difference we have with some of Donald Trump's policies, which Boris Johnson would like is a politician who gave the green light to sex, homophobia and racism – and can't it will flourish. t # 39;
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