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Review Bid After Right-Wing Extremist Told to Read Classic Books

According to media reports, the 21-year-old was ordered by a judge to read classic novels such as Pride and Prejudice and to return to court in January.

The U.K. Attorney General has been asked to review a sentence given to a right-wing extremist for a terrorism offense.

Ben John was handed the 24-month sentence, suspended for two years, at Leicester Crown Court on Tuesday.

According to media reports, the 21-year-old was also ordered by a judge to read classic novels such as Pride and Prejudice and to return to court in January.

Read the full story at the BBC

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