Swindon taxi driver Christopher Halliwell has been sentenced to a whole life term for his second murder, as the Judge described him as "a self-centred and deceiving individual."
Halliwell is already serving a life-sentence for the murder of 22-year-old Sian O'Callaghan, who he abducted in his taxi as she made her way home from a night out in Swindon in March 2011.
Halliwell confessed to killing Ms O'Callaghan and took police to her body before offering "another one" and leading them to where he had buried missing sex worker Becky Godden several years earlier.
However, he later denied the murder of Becky Godden and following a trial in which Halliwell defended himself, it took a jury at Bristol Crown Court less than three hours to find him guilty.
In sentencing, the Honourable Sir John Griffiths Williams told Halliwell,
"I am satisfied that your offending is exceptionally high and satisfies the criteria for a whole life term. Were I to impose a minimum term it would be of such length that you would in all probability never be released".