Future of anti-terrorism bill Martyn’s Law uncertain after UK election pauses legislation

UK legislation requiring public venues to do more to prevent terrorist attacks, known as Martyn’s Law, is not expected to be passed in the last few days of Parliament before it gives way for a general election campaign.


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