Johnson says Britain will not hesitate to learn any lesson from latest terrorist attack

© Reuters. A police officer puts a traffic cone on a street following multiple stabbings reported in Reading

LONDON (Reuters) – Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Sunday he was appalled and sickened by a stabbing spree in a southern English town which police said was an act of terrorism.

Johnson said the government would make changes to the law if required.

“If there are changes that need to be made to our legal system to stop such events happening again, we will not hesitate to take that action,” Johnson said.

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