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Boris Johnson's Jacuzzi Justice, Byline Times

Andrew Sperling on why the Conservative leadership contender’s “cheap attempt to whip up hatred’ on a prisoner’s temporary release – a case he will know nothing about – is dangerous. One of the few pleasures of working in the criminal justice system is that it has been, until earlier this week, a Boris Johnson-free zone. The former Foreign Secretary and Mayor of London has largely steered clear of pronouncements about sentencing and the penal system. But, this week, Johnson decided to show the world that he cares about things other than Brexit and Boris Johnson by writing a column for the Daily Telegraph inspired by a photograph of serving prisoner, Luke Jewitt, at a health spa with his moth


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