One of Britain's most notorious prisoners could be released in six months, as he faces his latest parole review.
Kenneth Noye was jailed in 2000 for stabbing 21-year-old Stephen Cameron at the M25 Swanley interchange in Kent after an argument. Noye was given a life sentence and ordered to serve a minimum of 16 years.
Kenneth Noye - jailed for the murder of Stephen Cameron on the M25 in Kent - will learn in the next few days if he's to be released from prison.
The 68-year-old year-old career criminal had his parole hearing today after serving 15 years of a life sentence.
Before the 'road rage' murder of Mr Cameron, Noye served 14 years for conspiracy to handle bullion from the £26m Brink's-Matt robbery in 1983.
Road rage killer Kenneth Noye has lost a court bid to appeal against his murder sentence. The career criminal stabbed motorist Stephen Cameron to death on a slip road off the M25 in Kent in 1996. We speak to Stephen's father Ken Cameron.
Road rage killer Kenneth Noye, who was jailed for life for murdering a man on a roadside in Kent, has failed in a bid to get a 16-year minimum jail term reduced