27 terrorists are set to be released from ‘Jihad University’ prison wings

At least 27 terror ­offenders will be freed from jail in the next five years to plan new attacks using Isis fighters back from Syria.

And putting inmates in ­segregated wings could ­create “Jihad Universities” adding to the risk, says Labour MP Liam Byrne.

He obtained Home Office figures showing five of the UK’s 33 jailed terror offenders will be out by October, five more by April and a total of 27 by 2022.

Jailed hate preacher Anjem Choudary – due out in 2018 – is one of the first inmates of a segregated wing at HMP Frankland, Co Durham.