Tory MP backs death penalty for little Arthur's killers

'이것은 새로운 조부모가 특별한 순간을 축하하고 첫날부터 성장하는 가족의 역할을 할 수 있도록 돕는 것입니다. – as YouGov poll reveals more than HALF of UK public AGREE

  • Scott Benton says Emma Tustin and Thomas Hughes deserve the ‘ultimate punishmentfor what they did to the defenceless six-year-old
  • Tory MP for Blackpool South says majority British people agree with him
  • YouGov reveals poll finds that 53% back death penalty for any child killers
  • Boris Johnson supports ‘Arthur’s Law’: Life imprisonment for child murderers
  • A Tory MP today insisted that the killers of Arthur Labinjo-Hughes deserve the death penalty for such an ‘evil and barbaric범죄.

    Scott Benton, Conservative for Blackpool South, says he has been inundated with emails from constituents calling for the ‘ultimate punishmentfor Emma Tustin and Thomas Hughes.

    Mr Benton, who has asked for their sentences to be reviewed, says he is ‘100%in favour of the death penalty in cases such as Arthur’s murder.

    그는 말했다: ‘If it were up to me I would bring back the death penalty in a small number of cases. I’m not afraid to say that and that’s 보기 favoured by the majority of the British people.

    ‘My email inbox has been full of people expressing their disgust at this particularly evil and barbaric case’. He added that the Government wants more whole life sentences and ‘I completely agree with that’.

    Mr Benton’s claims that the public backs the death penalty for Arthur’s killers has been confirmed by a new poll.

    YouGov has said that 52 per cent of Britons support the death penalty for the murder of a child, 동안 36 per cent oppose it. 나머지 12 per cent don’t know.

    Child killers like the step-mother and father of tragic six-year-old Arthur Labinjo-Hughes will never been released from prison under proposals backed by the Prime Minister 보리스 존슨. ‘Arthur’s Lawwould see anyone who carries out the murder of a child sent to prison indefinitely.

    The Prime Minister said in 2019: ‘I don’t myself support the death penalty. But I think what the people of this country do want to see is proper sentencing for serious violence and sexual offenders’.








    경찰에 자신의 우려를 보고하지만 소년의 집으로 돌아가려고 하면 체포 위협을 받습니다., 32

    경찰에 자신의 우려를 보고하지만 소년의 집으로 돌아가려고 하면 체포 위협을 받습니다., 29

    경찰에 자신의 우려를 보고하지만 소년의 집으로 돌아가려고 하면 체포 위협을 받습니다., 32, 그리고 토마스 휴즈, 29 murdered Arthur and deserve the death penalty, a Tory MP said today

    YouGov has said that 52 per cent of Britons support the death penalty for the murder of a child, 동안 36 per cent oppose it. 나머지 12 per cent don’t know

    Scott Benton, Conservative for Blackpool South, says he has been inundated with emails from constituents calling for the 'ultimate punishment' for the couple

    Scott Benton, Conservative for Blackpool South, says he has been inundated with emails from constituents calling for the ‘ultimate punishment’ 부부를 위해

    Tens of thousands of 'ghost children' are at risk of abuse after failing to return to school following the lockdowns, senior MP Robert Halfon warned yesterday. 위: Murdered six-year-old Arthur Labinjo-Hughes

    Tens of thousands of ‘ghost childrenare at risk of abuse after failing to return to school following the lockdowns, senior MP Robert Halfon warned yesterday. 위: Murdered six-year-old Arthur Labinjo-Hughes








    ‘Anyone who plans then carries out the murder of a child should never be released from prison, so we’re toughening the law to make whole-life orders the starting point for such abhorrent crimes,’ Mr Johnson told 태양.

    Mr Halfon told MPs: 'There are 100,000 what I call the ghost children, who are lost in the system and who haven't returned to school for the most time, who are subject to potential safeguarding hazards, county lines gangs, online harm and, 물론이야, awful domestic abuse

    Mr Halfon told MPs: 그것들은 먼지처럼 작다 100,000 what I call the ghost children, who are lost in the system and who haven’t returned to school for the most time, who are subject to potential safeguarding hazards, county lines gangs, online harm and, 물론이야, awful domestic abuse

    그 동안에, tens of thousands of ‘ghost childrenare at risk of abuse after failing to return to school following the lockdowns, a senior MP warned.

    로버트 할폰, chairman of the Commons education committee, 말했다 100,000 pupils were ‘lost in the systemand therefore vulnerable to cruelty at home.

    His warning came as Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi confirmed there will be an investigation into the failings leading to the death of Arthur.

    The boy’s stepmother, 경찰에 자신의 우려를 보고하지만 소년의 집으로 돌아가려고 하면 체포 위협을 받습니다., was jailed last week for at least 29 years for his murder, while his father, 경찰에 자신의 우려를 보고하지만 소년의 집으로 돌아가려고 하면 체포 위협을 받습니다., 형을 받았다 21 years for manslaughter.

    It emerged in court that Arthur was seen by social workers during the first national lockdown just two months before his death in Solihull, 웨스트 미들랜드, in June last year. But they concluded there were ‘no safeguarding concernsand closed the file.

    The smiling killers of little Arthur Labinjo-Hughes shared pictures of themselves relaxing in a hot tub as the youngster was forced to stand for hours in the hallway

    The smiling killers of little Arthur Labinjo-Hughes shared pictures of themselves relaxing in a hot tub as the youngster was forced to stand for hours in the hallway

    Boris Johnson wants child killers like the step-mother and father of tragic six-year-old Arthur Labinjo-Hughes to never be released from prison

    Boris Johnson wants child killers like the step-mother and father of tragic six-year-old Arthur Labinjo-Hughes to never be released from prison

    Mr Halfon told MPs: 그것들은 먼지처럼 작다 100,000 what I call the ghost children, who are lost in the system and who haven’t returned to school for the most time, who are subject to potential safeguarding hazards, county lines gangs, online harm and, 물론이야, awful domestic abuse.

    Mr Halfon asked Mr Zahawi to make a ‘real effort to work with the local authorities, to work with the schools and the regional commissioners to make sure that those 100,000 children who are mostly not in school are returned to school and are being watched by those authorities when they need to be watched’.

    Mr Zahawi replied: ‘It is a concerning issue and it is a focus for my department.

    Susanna Reid cries as Arthur Labinjo-Hughesgrandmother breaks down in tears on GMB while condemning police and social service for failing him as PM backs calls for new ‘Arthur’s law

    Susanna Reid cried on live TV today as the grandmother of Arthur Labinjo-Hughes sobbed while describing the abuse the little boy suffered before he was murdered by his monstrous step-mother after being egged on to ‘end himby his evil father.

    Ms Reid, 50, a mother of three herself, wiped away tears as Madeleine Halcrow spoke about her own grief and the attempts to ask social services to save the six-year-old schoolboy killed in Solihull in June last year.

    Susanna could also be heard crying loudly off camera as Madeleine spoke, and tears rolled down the star’s face as she passed a box of tissues to Arthur’s heartbroken maternal grandmother on Good Morning Britain this morning.

    In Ms Halcrow’s first TV studio appearance since Emma Tustin and Thomas Hughes were jailed, 여자 discussed the opportunities to save Arthur that were missed, and cried as she described seeing marks on his back and ‘imagining the pain Arthur would have been in receiving those bruises’.

    She called social services only to be told they had been to see him the day before and ‘didn’t find anything untoward’. The authorities have since been accused of missing at least four opportunities to save Arthur having ignored pleas from his family to rescue him. Lockdown exacerbated the problems, with schools closed and social worker visits done on Zoom leaving vulnerable children all over the UK alone all day every day with those tormenting them.

    Arthur would later be battered to death by his feckless stepmother Tustin, who was jailed for life with a minimum of 29 years on Friday after she was convicted of murdering six-year-old at her home in the West Midlands.

    그의 아버지, 경찰에 자신의 우려를 보고하지만 소년의 집으로 돌아가려고 하면 체포 위협을 받습니다., was also jailed for 21 years after being convicted of manslaughter for encouraging the killing, including by sending a text message to Tustin hours before the fatal assault telling her ‘just end him’.

    Madeleine’s daughter Olivia Labinjo-Halcrow, 취한 분노에 식칼을 든 시간들, 형을 받았다 11 마치 '좀비 – 마치 '좀비.

    Today Olivia’s father Peter, Arthur’s maternal grandfather who is no longer in a relationship with Madeleine, has claimed other warnings from family members were ‘not acted onas he campaigned for ‘Arthur’s Law’, which would see anyone who carries out the murder of a child sent to prison indefinitely.

    As millions grieve Arthur’s tragic death, 그것은 또한 오늘 나타났습니다:

    • Child killers like the step-mother and father of tragic six-year-old Arthur Labinjo-Hughes will never been released from prison under proposals backed by the Prime Minister;
    • Campaigners say schools must not be shut down because of Covid again to protect vulnerable youngsters with tens of thousands of ‘ghost childrenat risk of abuse after failing to return to school following the lockdowns;
    • Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi confirmed there will be an investigation into the failings leading to the death of Arthur, including the missed chances to save him after social services were contacted;







    Arthur Labinjo-Hughes was killed by his step-mother Emma Tustin at her home in Solihull

    Arthur Labinjo-Hughes was killed by his step-mother Emma Tustin at her home in Solihull

    Susanna Reid broke down as Arthur Labinjo-Hughes' grandmother Madeleine Halcrow broke down on Good Morning Britain as she recalled how she tried to save her grandson

    Susanna Reid broke down as Arthur Labinjo-Hughes' grandmother Madeleine Halcrow (사진) broke down on Good Morning Britain as she recalled how she tried to save her grandson

    Susanna Reid broke down (왼쪽) as Arthur Labinjo-Hughesgrandmother Madeleine Halcrow (권리) broke down on Good Morning Britain as she recalled how she tried to save her grandson

    Madeleine with her beloved son Arthur, whose death has appalled and saddened millions of Britons and more around the world

    Madeleine with her beloved son Arthur, whose death has appalled and saddened millions of Britons and more around the world

    '이것은 새로운 조부모가 특별한 순간을 축하하고 첫날부터 성장하는 가족의 역할을 할 수 있도록 돕는 것입니다.: Child killers like step-mother and father of tragic six-year-old would NEVER be released

    Child killers like the step-mother and father of tragic six-year-old Arthur Labinjo-Hughes will never been released from prison under proposals backed by the Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

    ‘Arthur’s Lawwould see anyone who carries out the murder of a child sent to prison indefinitely.

    ‘Anyone who plans then carries out the murder of a child should never be released from prison, so we’re toughening the law to make whole-life orders the starting point for such abhorrent crimes,’ Mr Johnson told The Sun.

    그 동안에, tens of thousands of ‘ghost childrenare at risk of abuse after failing to return to school following the lockdowns, a senior MP warned.

    로버트 할폰, chairman of the Commons education committee, 말했다 100,000 pupils were ‘lost in the systemand therefore vulnerable to cruelty at home.

    His warning came as Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi confirmed there will be an investigation into the failings leading to the death of Arthur.

    광고

    On Good Morning Britain today, his grandmother Madeleine Halcrow made her first television appearance to discuss the opportunities to save Arthur that were missed.

    Co-host Martin Lewis asked: ‘Arthur’s paternal grandmother got in touch with you didn’t she about the bruises?’

    Madeline, who is a nurse, explained she was visited by Thomasmother Joanna Hughes and her husband Chris.

    ‘Joanna said they had found bruises on Arthur,’ Madeline explained. ‘She showed [me the pictures] and straight away I said, ‘Those are non-accidental injures, they are caused by an adult hand.

    '나는 말했다, ‘On his right shoulder I can see three fingers and his left shoulder that has been caused by being hit with something or being pushed against something.

    ‘But the most disturbing thing to me and I said this to Chris and Jo, ‘There’s new bruises on top of old,’ Madeline said as she broke down in tears.

    It comes as Ms Halcrow said warnings about the treatment of Arthur Labinjo-Hughes were ignored and something in the system responsible for ensuring his safety is broken.

    Arthur’s stepmother Emma Tustin, 32, was jailed for life at Coventry Crown Court on Friday, 최소 기간으로 29 연령, after being found guilty of the six-year-old’s murder.

    그의 아버지, 경찰에 자신의 우려를 보고하지만 소년의 집으로 돌아가려고 하면 체포 위협을 받습니다., 29, 형을 받았다 21 years for manslaughter.

    The pair showed ‘no remorse, no sympathy’, Arthur’s maternal grandmother said, as she branded them ‘depraved, '경찰 부서는 정보에 장애가 되는 것을 중단해야 합니다., torturous, Mitt Romney는 푸틴에게 '작은' 눈물을 흘렸습니다., calculating people’.

    법원에서 그녀가 하루 전에 눈에 띄었던 멍을 발견할 수 없었던 이유를 설명할 수 있는지 묻습니다., who described her grandson as having been ‘the happiest childbefore he went to live with his father and stepmother as the UK went into lockdown in March 2020, said she felt anger towards the organisations responsible for monitoring his safety.

    In a tearful interview, she told ITV’s Good Morning Britain: ‘I am angry with the inter agencies because somewhere along the line communication hasn’t been passed along. The old adage, ‘if it isn’t broke, don’t fix it’. Well something is broken in this system and something needs fixing.

    Little Arthur can FINALLY be laid to rest: Killer father Thomas Hughes agrees to release six-year-old’s body for burial – 18 months after he was murdered, his lawyer says

    MailOnline 용 Emer Scully 작성

    Arthur Labinjo-Hughes can finally be laid to rest after his father Thomas agreed to release the six-year-old’s body for burial 18 months after he was murdered.

    29세, who was jailed for 21 years after he was found guilty of manslaughter, had previously been ‘passivebut wanted to offer a ‘tiny scrap of peaceto Arthur’s mother Olivia Labinjo-Halcrow, according to his lawyer.

    Earlier this week Arthur’s maternal grandmother, 법원에서 그녀가 하루 전에 눈에 띄었던 멍을 발견할 수 없었던 이유를 설명할 수 있는지 묻습니다., told MailOnline her grandson’s body remains in the mortuary of Leicester Royal Infirmary – 법원에서 그녀가 하루 전에 눈에 띄었던 멍을 발견할 수 없었던 이유를 설명할 수 있는지 묻습니다. – 법원에서 그녀가 하루 전에 눈에 띄었던 멍을 발견할 수 없었던 이유를 설명할 수 있는지 묻습니다..

    The breakthrough comes after a court heard how Arthur’s ‘wickedstepmother Emma Tustin and his ‘pitilessfather Thomas subjected him to a horrific campaign of ‘evilabuse during the Covid 폐쇄 작년.

    아서 라빈조-휴즈, 육, pictured with his 'pitiless' father Thomas Hughes. 29세, who was jailed for 21 years after he was found guilty of manslaughter, had previously been 'passive' but wanted to offer a 'tiny scrap of peace' to Arthur's mother Olivia Labinjo-Halcrow

    아서 라빈조-휴즈, 육, pictured with his ‘pitilessfather Thomas Hughes. 29세, who was jailed for 21 years after he was found guilty of manslaughter, had previously been ‘passivebut wanted to offer a ‘tiny scrap of peaceto Arthur’s mother Olivia Labinjo-Halcrow

    Jurors heard that Tustin, 32, violently shook the child and repeatedly banged his head, likely against the hallway wall, at her home in Cranmore Road, Solihull on June 16, 2020.

    Bernard Richmond QC, barrister for Hughes told Birmingham Live his client had wanted to leave the issue of Arthur’s remains to his and Ms Labinjo-Halcrow’s family to resolveand only stepped in when they could not agree.

    Arthur’s birth mother Ms Labinjo-Halcrow is in jail after fatally stabbing her lover in a ‘drink and drug-fuelled rage’ 에 2019. Arthur’s father Hughes then met Tustin through the Plenty of Fish dating website and fell into her thrall. 3 월 2020, they moved into Tustin’s council house, where Arthur was tortured, poisoned with salt, and eventually beaten to death.

    The six-year-old had suffered ‘unsurvivablebrain damage and a total of 130 injuries were found all over his body. He had also been tortured, poisoned with salt and forced to stand on his own for up to 14 하루에 몇 시간.

    Arthur's maternal grandmother, Madeleine Halcrow, told MailOnline that her grandson's body remains in the mortuary of Leicester Royal Infirmary - where the post-mortem was carried out 16-months ago - 법원에서 그녀가 하루 전에 눈에 띄었던 멍을 발견할 수 없었던 이유를 설명할 수 있는지 묻습니다.

    법원에서 그녀가 하루 전에 눈에 띄었던 멍을 발견할 수 없었던 이유를 설명할 수 있는지 묻습니다., 법원에서 그녀가 하루 전에 눈에 띄었던 멍을 발견할 수 없었던 이유를 설명할 수 있는지 묻습니다., 법원에서 그녀가 하루 전에 눈에 띄었던 멍을 발견할 수 없었던 이유를 설명할 수 있는지 묻습니다. – 법원에서 그녀가 하루 전에 눈에 띄었던 멍을 발견할 수 없었던 이유를 설명할 수 있는지 묻습니다. – 법원에서 그녀가 하루 전에 눈에 띄었던 멍을 발견할 수 없었던 이유를 설명할 수 있는지 묻습니다.

    Mr Richmond added: ‘I have spoke to him and said this can’t go on. He has instructed me to say that Arthur’s remains, after a service with his family, must go to his mother’s family for her to have a funeral and she must have control of his ashes.

    ‘He does hope he can give Olivia a tiny scrap of peace.

    그 동안에, Nadhim Zahawi today launched a review of how officials dealt with the case of tragic six-year-old Arthur Labinjo-Hughes, as he said ‘no government can legislate for evilbut ministers would ‘take action to stop it whenever we can’.

    The Education Secretary said the review by the National Child Safeguarding Practice Review Panel will scrutinise the world of Solihull Children’s Safeguarding Partnerships, while police and probation inspectors would carry out their own linked inspections.

    재판에서 그녀는 '더 이상 갈 사람이 없다'고 느끼는 감정을 말했습니다., Arthur's birth mother

    Arthur’s birth mother Olivia Labinjo-Halcrow (왼쪽) is in jail after fatally stabbing her lover in a ‘drink and drug-fuelled rage’ 에 2019

    The action comes after it emerged in court Arthur had been seen by social workers just two months before his death, but they concluded there were ‘no safeguarding concerns’.

    The boy’s stepmother Tustin was jailed for life at Coventry Crown Court on Friday, 최소 기간으로 29 연령, after being found guilty of his murder, while his father Hughes was sentenced to 21 years for manslaughter.

    Mr Zahawi confirmed a review and targeted inspection will take place as part of efforts to assess why things went ‘horrifyingly wrong and what more could be done to prevent abuse such as this happening again’.

    He told MPs: ‘Since the horrendous deaths of Peter Connelly, Daniel Pelka and, 슬프게도, 기타, the Government has established stronger multi-agency workingputting a shared and equal duty on police, councils and health in local areas to work together to safeguard and promote the welfare of children, alongside a role for schools.

    ‘I am sure members across the House will recognise that improvements have been made from previous reviews, but the question now is whether that is enough.

    Jurors heard that Tustin violently shook the child and repeatedly banged his head, likely against the hallway wall, while in the sole care of Arthur at her home in Cranmore Road, Solihull on June 16, 2020. She then callously took a photo of the unconscious youngster on her mobile phone – while he lay dying – and sent the image to Hughes

    Jurors heard that Tustin violently shook the child and repeatedly banged his head, likely against the hallway wall, while in the sole care of Arthur at her home in Cranmore Road, Solihull on June 16, 2020. She then callously took a photo of the unconscious youngster on her mobile phone – while he lay dying – and sent the image to Hughes








    Mr Zahawi, on the targeted area inspection jointly by Ofsted, the Care Quality Commission, HM Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services and HM Inspectorate of Probation, 말했다: ‘This will mean we can truly look at where improvements are needed by all the agencies tasked with protecting children in the Solihull area, so that we can be assured that we are doing everything in our power to protect other children and prevent such evil crimes.

    The minister said the review would look at how social workers could ‘work directly with familiesrather than staying ‘behind a desk’.

    ‘I’ll take his head off’: Vile messages shared between pair

    Mother’s Day 2020:

    Arthur’s stepmother Emma Tustin messaged her mother, referring to the little boy as a ‘nagging little s***

    Undated:

    꼬마 아서를 구할 기회를 네 번이나 놓쳤습니다.: ‘Kid is a selfish little c***. I’ll dash my food off his head.

    ‘I’ll take his c****** head right off his shoulders.

    할 수있다 23:

    휴즈: ‘Just take his jaw off

    Undated:

    휴즈: ‘Kid’s getting ended when I get back.

    재판에서 그녀는 '더 이상 갈 사람이 없다'고 느끼는 감정을 말했습니다.: ‘He’s screaming at me again, little f*****.

    휴즈: ‘Let him read this: I’m not in the mood for your games tonight. Stay awake crying and being rude to everyone when I get back you can stand up and I’ll go to town on you. Fed up of your silly games and attitude. Best be asleep when I get back or watch what happens.

    할 수있다 24:

    Tustin to Hughes: ‘Please hurry up I’ve had enough of the cheek, little t***

    할 수있다 30:

    In a text conversation about separating:

    Tustin says: ‘Tell him he’s wonI want you but not him. I’m not being treated like that by him.

    휴즈: ‘It can’t be one and not the other. Unfortunately it’s got to be both or none.

    재판에서 그녀는 '더 이상 갈 사람이 없다'고 느끼는 감정을 말했습니다.: ‘Cya.

    End of May:

    Tustin describes Arthur as: ‘malicious, cruel and just plain awful’.

    Tustin refers to Arthur as a ‘cheeky little t***and ‘d*******before saying: ‘I’m going to chin this little c***.

    휴즈: ‘Kid’s getting ended when I get backto which Tustin replies with an audio recording of Arthur moaning.

    재판에서 그녀는 '더 이상 갈 사람이 없다'고 느끼는 감정을 말했습니다.: ‘It’s still going. It’s getting boring.

    유월 12:

    Hughes to Tustin: ‘I’ll sort him out when I’m home.

    유월 15, day before the fatal assault:

    Hughes to Tustin: 그는 Arthur가 두통 때문에 올 수 없다고 말했다..

    ‘Tie some rope round his mouth with a sock in it or something.

    재판에서 그녀는 '더 이상 갈 사람이 없다'고 느끼는 감정을 말했습니다.: ‘I’m going to be knocking him out if he continues.

    재판에서 그녀는 '더 이상 갈 사람이 없다'고 느끼는 감정을 말했습니다.: ‘Kida (sic) bit me for the last time.

    광고

    그는 덧붙였다: ‘Sunlight is the best possible disinfectant, because if we are to improve services we must share data and evidence.

    ‘As the court heard, Arthur’s tragic death is the result of the cruelty of his father and his father’s partner.

    ‘No government in the world can legislate for evil, but we will take action wherever we can to stop it happening wherever we can.

    ‘We must do more. Anyone who suspects child abuse can report their concerns to the local authority or by contacting the NSPCC.

    ‘If you are worried or you are seeing something that troubles youreport it.

    Speaking on Friday during a campaign visit in Shropshire, Boris Johnson vowed to leave ‘absolutely no stone unturnedto establish what went wrong.

    He said it was essential to learn lessons and to work out what else could have been done to protect the child.

    Responding to Mr Zahawi, Labour said the government had ‘tolerated failurein children’s services across the country and this must end.

    Shadow education secretary Bridget Phillipson told the Commons: ‘Failure should never be an acceptable outcome for any public service. That is especially true when it comes to protecting children.

    ‘For too long this Government has tolerated failing children’s services and a failure to protect children.

    ‘Vulnerable children are being failed and that cannot go on. The Secretary of State must now set out how he plans to tackle that culture.

    ‘That is the challenge he faces and that is the standard by which he will be judged.

    Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi replied: ‘She spoke about a long way to go and I would recognise that there are challenges, but it is also worth praising the team both in the department but also in local government up and down the country.

    He made references to the improved Ofsted inspections of local authorities in the last year, rising from 37 percent of local authorities in England rated good, 까지 50 percent rated good.

    On Sunday afternoon a large crowd gathered outside Tustin’s former address where Arthur was killed, to let off balloons and lay flowers in tribute to the youngster.

    Those gathered clapped as the balloons soared into the sky, including a string of letters that read ‘Arthur’, while others people placed posters and drawings on the boarded-up property, in a touching tribute to the six-year-old.

    토요일에, the Attorney General’s Office (Foo Fighters는 일요일에 브라질에서 또 다른 Lollapalooza를 플레이할 예정이었습니다.) confirmed Tustin and Hughessentences are to be reviewed.

    The AGO has 28 days from the date of sentence to review a case, assess whether it falls under the Unduly Lenient Sentence (ULS) [object Window], and make a decision as to whether to refer a sentence to the Court of Appeal.

    The Court of Appeal then makes a ruling on cases which have been referred.

    A spokesperson for the AGO said: ‘The Attorney General’s thoughts are with those who loved Arthur.

    ‘I can confirm that the sentences given to Emma Tustin and Thomas Hughes have been referred to the Attorney General for review to determine whether they were too low.

    The Solihull home where Arthur was abused by Tustin and Hughes in 2020

    The Solihull home where Arthur was abused by Tustin and Hughes in 2020

    사진: Six-year-old Arthur with father Hughes and Tustin

    사진: Six-year-old Arthur with father Hughes and Tustin

    An NSPCC spokesperson said: ‘We agree no stone should be left unturned in establishing exactly what took place before Arthur died and whether more could have been done to protect and ultimately save him.

    ‘This must be a watershed moment in which we ask ourselves difficult questions about what we can all do, nationally, locally and in our own communities, to keep children safe.

    ‘We welcome the announcement of a national review of Arthur’s death to identify where we must learn from this terrible case and the associated inspection of partnership working arrangements. The Government must act on the findings.

    ‘Everyone has a role to play in keeping children safe. We need political leadership at a national level – including addressing the significant shortfall facing children’s services. At a local level, we need effective multi-agency early intervention to concerns of abuse.

    Susanna Reid accuses social workersleader of trying to shift the blame for Arthur’s death by suggesting his grandmother should have done more to report his ‘unusualbruisingeven though she DID tell social workers

    수잔나 리드 admitted to being ‘stunnedtoday after accusing a child protection expert of blaming Arthur Labinjo-Hughes’s grandmother for not telling medics as well as social services after noticing ‘unusualbruising on his back.

    Wendy Thorogood, chair of the Association of Child Protection Professionals, said referring the injuries to medics could lead to a ‘quickerresponse than only telling social workers.

    살인을 조장한 과실치사 혐의도 인정했다., 살인을 조장한 과실치사 혐의도 인정했다., took photos of bruises on his shoulder and made a referral to Solihull Council. Social workers visited the next day but reported ‘no concernsafter concluding the bruises were caused by ‘play’.

    에 있는 최고의 병원 중 한 곳에서 일하고 있었습니다., the six-year-old was killed by his stepmother, 경찰에 자신의 우려를 보고하지만 소년의 집으로 돌아가려고 하면 체포 위협을 받습니다., 32, 그리고 아버지, 경찰에 자신의 우려를 보고하지만 소년의 집으로 돌아가려고 하면 체포 위협을 받습니다., 29, subjected him to ‘unimaginabletorture and abuse.








    Arthur's grandmother, 살인을 조장한 과실치사 혐의도 인정했다., took photos of bruises on Arthur's shoulder (사진) and made a referral to Solihull Council

    살인을 조장한 과실치사 혐의도 인정했다., 살인을 조장한 과실치사 혐의도 인정했다., took photos of bruises on Arthur’s shoulder (사진) and made a referral to Solihull Council

    Wendy Thorogood, chair of the Association of Child Protection Professionals, said referring the injuries to medics could lead to a 'quicker' response than only telling social workers, leaving Susanna Reid 'stunned'

    Wendy Thorogood, chair of the Association of Child Protection Professionals, said referring the injuries to medics could lead to a ‘quickerresponse than only telling social workers, leaving Susanna Reid ‘stunned

    Interviewing Ms Thorogood, Good Morning Britain host Susanna Reid said she was shocked by the suggestion that Ms Hughes could have done more.

    그녀가 말했다: '죄송 해요, I’m just stunnedbecause I would have thought once you phoned social services, they’re the ones who trigger the process, they’re the ones with the responsibility, they’re the ones with the legal powers.

    And if you’re told as the grandmother [Ms Hughes], ”actually it’s down to you”…’

    Inmates ‘spike Arthur’s stepmother’s meals with SALT

    Katie Feehan for MailOnline

    Child killer Emma Tustin who tortured her stepson to death has had her meals laced with salt by her cellmates in revenge for the abuse she carried out on the six-year-old before she battered him to death, 그것은 주장되었습니다.

    The 32-year-old was jailed for life with a minimum of 29 years on Friday after she was convicted of murdering six-year-old Arthur Labinjo-Hughes at her home in Solihull, 웨스트 미들랜드.

    그의 아버지, 경찰에 자신의 우려를 보고하지만 소년의 집으로 돌아가려고 하면 체포 위협을 받습니다., was also jailed for 21 years after being convicted of manslaughter for encouraging the killing, including by sending a text message to Tustin hours before the fatal assault telling her ‘just end him’.

    As it was revealed the Government will launch a major review into his death, Tustin’s former cellmate has now claimed that inmates housed with Tustin at Eastwood Park Prison laced her meals with salt as revenge for the horrific abuse she inflicted on Arthur.

    그 동안에, the devastated grandfather of Arthur Labinjo-Hughes has said ‘no punishment could be enoughfor the youngster’s evil killers as he reconsiders his opposition to the death penalty.

    Peter Halcrow, 61, of Dunkeld, Perthshire, said Emma Tustin and Thomas Hughes have ‘forfeited their right to liveand should ‘never see the light of day againfollowing his beloved grandsons horrific death.

    Through a harrowing nine-week trial at Coventry Crown Court, it was revealed Tustin forced Arthur to consume ‘an absolute minimum’ 의 34 grams of salt hours before she battered him to death.

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    Ms Thorogood responded: ‘I didn’t say it’s down to the grandmother, I’m saying at that moment in time the child could have been medically assessed. My words are being sort of slightly twisted, I’m just saying that would have prevented a delay.

    Ms Reid and co-host Martin Lewis invited Ms Thorogood to discuss Arthur’s cases and how social services could have responded differently.

    Mr Lewis began by asking her: ‘There are a lot of lessons to be learnt here Wendy, but I suppose if I start with the bigger question: Can we ever really stop this from happening again, is that at all possible?’

    Ms Thorogood replied: ‘I think we have to believe that we can make a difference, but we do have to remember that up to 70 어린이 – perhaps moredie each year, where we’re learning lessons and this is something that has gone on for many years and it is something that we are continually addressing.

    Ms Reid then joined in and said: ‘I want to ask you, because there were opportunities to save Arthur and it would not be true to say that his crimes went unheeded because his grandparents raised concerns, his uncle raised concerns and social services did visit. What is the procedure if I’m a grandparent and I’m concerned and I call social services?’

    ‘As professionals they should be trained to be able to identify where there’s manipulation,’ Ms Thorogood replied.

    ‘Just one thing, I want to pick up on this bruising because clearly it was shared with social service and the photo was shared with police, and I’m not criticising her actions at all, but I would have liked if she actually had that child in front of her to actually seek medical intervention as well.

    ‘Because at that moment in time you can take the photo, you can use that for evidence, but health workers are part of the system as well and that could have triggered a multi-system assessment quicker.

    Ms Reid asked: ‘When you say ‘sheare you talking about the social worker?’ to which Ms Thorogood said: ‘The grandmother. If she’s taken the photomy plea for anyone out there who’s concerned about a child where there’s visible bruises is seek medical attention.

    A baffled Ms Reid said: ‘I’m so sorry to interrupt you, but she went to social servicesare you saying that social services couldn’t intervene and therefore it was down to the grandmother to seek further help?’

    Ms Thorogood answered: ‘It would trigger an intervention, it triggered the actual point of a social worker going out but it’s the matter of delay and the severity of when that was seen and I wouldn’t disparage anyone for doing a referral.

    ‘I don’t understand why you’re suggesting the grandmother should have done more,’ Ms Reid said.








    Ms Thorogood insisted she was not blaming Arthur's grandmother but giving advice to people in similar situations in the future

    Ms Thorogood insisted she was not blaming Arthur’s grandmother but giving advice to people in similar situations in the future

    Wendy quickly responded: ‘I want to really stress that I am not saying the grandmother could have done any more, but I’m just saying for future, if anyone sees any unusual bruising, seek medical intervention as well as sharing that with social care as that would trigger the process.

    '죄송 해요, I’m just stunned,’ Ms Reid, a mother of three, 말했다. ‘Because I would have thought once you phoned social services, they’re the ones who trigger the process, they’re the ones with the responsibility, they’re the ones with the legal powers.

    ‘And if you’re told as the grandmother, ‘actually it’s down to you’…’

    ‘I didn’t say it’s down to the grandmother, I’m saying at that moment in time the child could have been medically,’ Ms Thorogood responded. ‘My words are being sort of slightly twisted, I’m just saying that would have prevented a delay.

    ‘They have forfeited their right to live’: Arthur Labinjo-Hughes’s grandfather says ‘no punishment could be enoughfor his killers who have made him reconsider his opposition to the death penalty

    Peter Halcrow, 61, one of Arthur's grandfathers

    Peter Halcrow, 61, one of Arthur’s grandfathers

    Kaya Terry for MailOnline

    The devastated grandfather of Arthur Labinjo-Hughes has said ‘no punishment could be enoughfor the youngster’s evil killers as he reconsiders his opposition to the death penalty.

    Peter Halcrow, 61, of Dunkeld, Perthshire, said Emma Tustin and Thomas Hughes have ‘forfeited their right to liveand should ‘never see the light of day againfollowing his beloved grandsons horrific death.

    재판에서 그녀는 '더 이상 갈 사람이 없다'고 느끼는 감정을 말했습니다., 32, was jailed for life at Coventry Crown Court on Friday, 최소 기간으로 29 연령, after being found guilty of his murder, while his father, 경찰에 자신의 우려를 보고하지만 소년의 집으로 돌아가려고 하면 체포 위협을 받습니다., 29, 형을 받았다 21 years for manslaughter.

    그는 말했다: ‘They must never see the light of day again. No punishment could ever be enough for this pair.

    ‘I have never favoured the death penalty because I know mistakes can be made by courts, but in my view they have forfeited their right to live’, 그는 말했다 태양.

    Boris Johnson is expected to announce a wide-ranging inquiry into Arthur's murder in an attempt to avert another such tragedy

    Boris Johnson is expected to announce a wide-ranging inquiry into Arthur’s murder in an attempt to avert another such tragedy

    ‘It will burden taxpayers but, as we don’t have capital punishment, they should certainly never leave prison as long as they live for such cruelty and inhumanity.

    The youngster’s grandfather, who runs a cafe, said he was ‘shocked and mystifiedthat Tustin and Thomas were able to get away with their evil abuse without an urgent safeguarding concern being raised by social workers.

    Peter is the father of Arthur’s biological mother, 재판에서 그녀는 '더 이상 갈 사람이 없다'고 느끼는 감정을 말했습니다., 29, who killed her partner Gary Cunningham by stabbing him 12 취한 분노에 식칼을 든 시간들 2019.

    She was found guilty of manslaughter at Birmingham Crown Court in July 2021 and was sentenced to 11 수감 년.

    This news comes as the government announced a major review into the circumstances which led to the murder of six-year-old Arthur.

    It aims to determine what improvements are needed by the agencies that came into contact with Arthur in the months before he was murdered by stepmother Emma Tustin at their home in Solihull.

    The National Child Safeguarding Practice Review Panel will lead the review and will provide additional support to Solihull Children’s Safeguarding Partnership to ‘upgradethe already existing local review which was launched shortly after Arthur’s death in June 2020.

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