Murderer of Little Gaddesden grandfather faces longer jail sentence after Hemel Hempstead MP’s appeal

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A vicious killer has had his sentence extended to a whole-life term in prison after an MP argued that his minimum term of 40 years was “unduly lenient”.

Mike Penning, who represents Hemel Hempstead, wrote to the Attorney General after the Ian McLoughlin ruling in October.

Ian McLoughlin will spend the rest of his life in prison
Ian McLoughlin will spend the rest of his life in prison

McLoughlin’s judge had then said that he was unable to pass a whole-life term following a European ruling that it could be a breach of human rights.

 

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