Liverpool headlines: Thomas Cashman refused sentence appeal and new cameras to go live in city centre
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The man who shot and killed Olivia Pratt-Korbel has been refused permission to appeal his 42-year minimum jail term. Thomas Cashman's bid was rejected, with judges saying, "The length of the sentence reflects the terribleness of his crimes rather than any error on the part of the judge."
Ten people have been charged after animal rights activists blocked the M57 and another road before this year's Grand National. A number of people blocked access for vehicles near junction 2 of the motorway, and a further protest was reported on Wango Lane. A further protest that occurred on the racecourse on Saturday, 15 April, is still under investigation.
A series of new cameras designed to curb moving traffic contraventions will go live in Liverpool next week. Liverpool City Council has been installing Automatic Number Plate Recognition cameras. The Council will initially undertake enforcement at Lime Street and Ranelagh Street from Monday, 20 November.