Chris Huhne remained motionless as the Judge delivered his sentence. Vicky Pryce also showed no emotion as she was sent to prison. Mr Justice Sweeney said Huhne had lied "again and again". He told Pryce she had a "controlling, manipulative and devious side". He added:
To the extent that anything good has come out of this whole process, it is that now, finally, you have both been brought to justice for your joint offence. Any element of tragedy is entirely your own fault.
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