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News Brief

June 21, 2001
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Jewish officials welcomed changes to British law that will make it easier to prosecute people accused of hate crimes. The Criminal Justice and Police Act allows police to arrest individuals on suspicion of harassment without a warrant. It also makes it possible to imprison, rather than merely fine, people convicted of sending hate mail.

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