Prime Minister 'strongly supports' whole life tariffs

Prime Minister David Cameron believes a whole life sentence should mean life Credit: Will Oliver/PA Wire

Downing Street says David Cameron is 'very, very disappointed' at today's ruling on whole life terms.

"'He profoundly disagrees with the court's ruling. He is a strong supporter of whole life tariffs," the Prime Minister's official spokesman said.

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Killer's term 'breaches rights'

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