BORIS Johnson plans to turbo-charge plans to give extra jail time to depraved paedophiles who refuse to name their victims.
The Prime Minister plans to introduce a bill next month which would penalise sex fiends who do not cooperative with police officers.
Boris Johnson plans to introduce a bill which will jail paedos for longer – if they refuse to cooperate with police[/caption]
It comes amid the furore over the release of nursery paedophile Vanessa George, 49, who refused to name her toddler victims.
Mr Johnson has ordered a major review of the sentencing for the country’s most violent sexual offenders.
Number 10 believes that sick paedos must end the horrific ordeal for distraught families or face a longer prison term ensuring serious criminals “get the sentence they deserve”.
Outraged Defence Minister Johnny Mercer hit out this week after George was freed after ten years.
The proposed changes have been dubbed Helen’s Law after Helen McCourt, 22, who was murdered by Ian Simms in 1988 in Merseyside.
Killer Simms, convicted using DNA fingerprinting, has never revealed the location of Helen’s body.
However, the release of evil Vanessa George has highlighted the need for urgent change in the way the justice system sentences sex fiends.
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The country’s worst female sex offender was jailed following assaults on up to 30 toddlers in Plymouth.
The Parole Board say she is no longer a significant threat, but she has been banned from returning to Devon and Cornwall.
Mr Mercer, MP for Plymouth Moor View, wants her type of case to be reviewed.
He said: “People in Plymouth feel rightly outraged by some of the circumstances surrounding this individual’s release.”
Paedophiles such as Vanessa George, who refuse to name their victims, would be jailed for longer under new government proposals[/caption]
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