The road-rage killer Kenneth Noye - who stabbed a young man to death in Kent - could be moved to an open prison.

The Parole Board has recommended for a second time that he should be held in open conditions.

Stephen Cameron was just 21 when he was murdered by Noye on a sliproad of the M25 at Swanley in 1996. Noye was given a life sentence in 2000.

The Parole Board first said he should be moved two years ago - but that was blocked by the justice secretary at the time. That decision was over-turned by the High Court in February.

A criminologist at the University of Brighton, Peter Squires, says transferring Noye, is part of the justice process.

Abigail Bracken's report also includes an interview with former senior investigating officer, Nick Biddis.