Byline: MARTIN BENTHAM
MORE than 30 convicted killers have won cuts in their jail terms under human rights laws, the Evening Standard reveals today.
Six of the men have already been freed and several more will be eligible for release in the coming months.
The damning revelation - obtained under the Freedom of Information Act - came as John Reid admitted 53 other criminals sentenced to "life" had been freed after serving less than six years.
Opposition MPs today demanded the embattled Home Secretary get a grip on his "incoherent" law and order policies.
The Evening Standard has discovered many killers have had their sentences cut by as much as six years under the Human Rights Act. The reduced sentences, all ordered by the High Court, have been implemented because the minimum time that each of the killers was meant to serve was originally set …