A minimum term of 18 years' imprisonment was set following a conviction of murder where the mitigating factors of lack of premeditation and the applicant's lowered degree of culpability due to his mental condition did not justify a reduction in the starting point of 30 years to below 18 years.

[2006] EWHC 472 (QB)

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