Tougher penalties proposed for unsophisticated plots
New, tougher penalties are being proposed to deal with the "less sophisticated" but "equally as deadly" terror plots seen in recent years. Existing legislation imposes lesser sentences on those who plan rudimentary plots with cars or knives, not bombs.
Sentencing Council urges tougher jail terms for terrorist plotters
Tougher sentences for 'low-tech' terror plots in the wake of attacks like London Bridge and Westminster
Westminster, Manchester And London Bridge Attacks 'Show Terror Sentences Should Be Longer'