The murders of Arthur Labinjo-Hughes and Star Hobson shocked the nation when they occurred in the midst of pandemic lockdowns in 2020 A damning report ordered by the Government has exposed the failings of social services in the lead up to the murders of Arthur Labinjo-Hughes and Star Hobson in 2020.
The situation emerged as a safeguarding review was published following the murders of the six-year-old and 16-month-old Star Hobson. Social workers have had to leave their homes because of abuse and threats following the trial of Arthur Labinjo-Hughes’s killers, a council boss has said. Nick Page, chief executive of Solihull Council, said the murder of the six-year-old in June 2020 had “devastated” the community.
Arthur Labinjo-Hughes report: West Midlands Police to increase spending on vulnerable kids in Solihull after criticism
The force has vowed to learn the lessons from the tragedy increasing its spending on safeguarding and the quality of its information management West Midlands Police has vowed to spend more money on protecting at-risk children after it faced fresh criticism in a new report into the Arthur Labinjo-Hughes tragedy.
Review finds ‘fragmented’ oversight of individual cases, such as Arthur Labinjo-Hughes and Star Hobson, who were abused throughout lockdown The social services responsible for looking after Arthur Labinjo-Hughes and Star Hobson worked from home and carried out “virtual visits” over FaceTime, a review has found.
A landmark independent review of children's social care today demands a 'radical reset' of the crisis-hit system Top private children's care providers should be hit by a windfall tax to help overhaul the crisis-hit system, a landmark report has recommended today. The independent review of children's social care demanded a "radical reset" of the system as it warned there will be 100,000 vulnerable youngsters in care by 2032, at a cost of £15billion a year.
Emma Tustin, the killer stepmum of Arthur Labinjo-Hughes, has reportedly attempted to kill herself multiple times since she was sentenced for the brutal murder and torturing of the six-year-old boy The evil stepmother of Arthur Labinjo-Hughes' tried to kill herself in jail where she is currently serving a lifetime sentence for torturing, abusing and murdering the tragic six-year-old boy.
Arthur Labinjo-Hughes' evil stepmother tried to kill herself in jail where she is serving life after torturing, abusing and murdering the six-year-old boy
Emma Tustin was given a life sentence with a minimum of 29 years for murder Ex-partner Thomas Hughes was jailed for minimum of 21 years for manslaughter They are among five notorious killers having their jail terms reviewed A lawyer representing Tustin said she has attempted to kill herself three times
Wayne Couzens is one of the five murderers challenging their lengthy sentences in the Court of Appeal Wayne Couzens does not deserve to die behind bars because he showed remorse and “did not play the system” after murdering Sarah Everard, his lawyer has said at a hearing to decide whether Britain’s most notorious killers should spend their lives in prison.
'Couple revelled in Arthur Labinjo-Hughes suffering', high court hears as step-mum faces whole life order
Emma Tustin's suicide attempts were detailed to the Royal Courts of Justice as an application for her to die behind bars was reviewed A twisted couple who inflicted a campaign of abuse before killing Arthur Labinjo-Hughes 'revelled in his suffering and took advantage of the lockdown', a court heard amid an appeal to beef up their sentences.
Arthur Labinjo-Hughes’ murderer, Emma Tustin, is being considered for a whole life order Five notorious killers including Sarah Everard’s murderer and a father who smothered his own baby daughter are having their sentences reviewed by senior judges. The cases heard on Wednesday at the Court of Appeal included Ms Everard’s killer Wayne Couzens and Emma Tustin and Thomas Hughes, who killed six year-old Arthur Labinjo-Hughes.
Senior judges hear challenges or appeals to prison sentences of five killers, including Couzens and double murderer Ian Stewart Wayne Couzens deserves “decades in jail” but not a whole-life order, his barrister has told a court in the former police officer’s appeal against his prison sentence for the kidnap, rape and murder of Sarah Everard.
Jordan Monaghan: Triple killer's 'unduly lenient' case at Court of Appeal TRIPLE murderer Jordan Monaghan is at the Court of Appeal today so find out if his 40-year minimum jail term has been deemed “unduly lenient”. Monaghan, 30, who murdered his two children and his new partner, is appearing via a video link from HMP Wakefield, dubbed ‘Monster Mansion’ due to the high number of serious offenders under its roof.
TRIPLE murderer Jordan Monaghan is at the Court of Appeal today to find out if his 40-year minimum jail term has been deemed “unduly lenient”. Monaghan, 30, who murdered his two children and his new partner, is appearing via a video link from HMP Wakefield, dubbed ‘Monster Mansion’ due to the high number of serious offenders under its roof.
The killer of Arthur Labinjo-Hughes tried to kill herself after she was jailed for life for the six-year-old’s murder, as she faces the possibility of the rest of her life in prison. Emma Tustin, 32, subjected her stepson Arthur to a horrific regime of torture and abuse before murdering him at the family home in Solihull during the first Covid lockdown.
was handed a minimum 40-year prison term after he murdered two of his children and his new partner Triple murderer Jordan Monaghan is among five notorious killers having jail terms reviewed by senior judges at the same hearing today (May 4). The Blackburn dad was handed a minimum term of 40 years at Preston Crown Court after he murdered two of his children and his new partner.
Emma Tustin and Thomas Hughes are among five killers having their sentences reviewed. Six-year-old Arthur Labinjo-Hughes faced “systematic brutality amounting to torture” leading up to his death, the Court of Appeal has heard during a review of the prison sentences of five killers. Senior judges are hearing challenges or appeals to the prison sentences of the notorious criminals, including the whole-life terms of former police officer Wayne Couzens and double murderer Ian Stewart.