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Qld supports national anti-terror laws

AAP logoAAP 13/09/2016

Queensland's government has thrown its support behind proposed national anti-terror laws that will keep high-risk convicted terrorists in jail after their sentences expire.

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says she has written to federal Attorney-General George Brandis to give her government's support for plans which will also allow children as young as 14 to be subject to an anti-terrorism control order.

"Here in Australia, the national terrorism threat level is probable ... it means all levels of government and all law enforcement agencies must work cooperatively," she told state parliament on Tuesday.

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