Does Amber Rudd stand by comments about Labour and terrorism? BBC News

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  • Asked by Andrew Marr if she stands by the comments – made in an interview with the Mail on Sunday – that more people would be killed by terrorism if Labour was elected, Home Secretary Amber Rudd said “look at the evidence – Jeremy Corbyn, Diane Abbott and John McDonnell all have a history of” opposing terrorist legislation.

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