A minimum sentence of 18 years' imprisonment imposed following a conviction for murder would not be reduced, since there were no mitigating factors present, but there were serious aggravating features, namely significant planning and premeditation, a particularly vulnerable victim, and mental and physical suffering inflicted on the victim before his death during a period of kidnap and false imprisonment.

[2005] EWHC 2624 (QB)

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