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Thatcher's horror at suggestion Moors murderers could be released

National Archives reveal PM's opinion.

Files released by the National Archives show that in 1985 Home Secretary Leon Brittan suggested Hindley could go free after 30 years while Brady could be released after 40

Files released by the National Archives show that in 1985 Home Secretary Leon Brittan suggested Hindley could go free after 30 years while Brady could be released after 40

Date - 21st July 2017
By - Press Association
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Margaret Thatcher was horrified at the prospect that Moors murderers Ian Brady and Myra Hindley could ever be released, newly released government papers reveal. Files released by the National Archives show that in 1985 home secretary Leon...
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