In cases where the evidence against an offender charged with firearm-related conspiracies covered the whole chain of criminal conduct from manufacture to sale and to holding possession for future distribution to criminals; and the overall seriousness and range of the individual counts called for a higher sentence than that permitted for any one of them considered on its own, the sentencer should reflect that seriousness by consecutive sentences.

[2005] EWCA Crim 890

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