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New anti-terror laws will cover animal rights attack

PUBLISHED October 26, 2005

Animal rights activists who support attacks on science laboratories will face the full force of the new counter-terror laws designed to combat the post 7/7 menace of suicide bombers in Britain, it was disclosed last night. The home secretary, Charles Clarke, said that animal rights supporters would face up to seven years in prison under the new measures that outlaw "glorifying" terrorist attacks.