Mitigating factors, such as the fact that the killing of the defendant's wife had been a spontaneous reaction to a build-up of events including pressure from his girlfriend and his wife about his affair, were sufficiently weighty to justify a significant reduction in the appropriate starting point for his minimum term.

[2005] EWHC 2035 (QB)

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