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May 8, 2003
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British Jewish officials are welcoming a government proposal for mandatory minimum sentences in the case of religiously or racially motivated murders. Prosecution guidelines already call for longer sentences when a crime has a religious or racial component, a spokesman for the Community Security Trust told JTA, but Home Secretary David Blunkett’s proposal would write the recommendations into law.

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