How old is Danielle from EastEnders?

How old is Danielle from EastEnders?

Danielle was born on May 30, 1992. As of April 2021, she is 28.

Does Danielle Harold have a child?

In 2012 her character gave birth to baby Lexi in a special live broadcast. The baby’s father is Ben Mitchell – Lola’s gay third cousin once removed.

Who killed Danielle Locklear?

Je’Michael Malloy

What happened Tia Rigg?

Tia Rigg (4 January 1998 – 3 April 2010) was a girl who was killed in Cheetham Hill, Manchester, England on 3 April 2010. Twelve-year-old Rigg was tortured, raped and murdered by her maternal uncle, John Maden.

What is Helens law?

Killers who refuse to reveal where they hid a body could still be freed despite new laws aimed at denying them parole. Helen’s Law is named after Helen McCourt, from Merseyside, whose killer Ian Simms was freed from jail without disclosing the location of her remains.

Who led Helens law?

Justice Secretary Robert Buckland he was “delighted” Helen’s Law had been enacted, adding: “Marie McCourt and other campaigners can be immensely proud. Thanks to their efforts more families should get the answers and closure they deserve.”

Has there been any controversy with Helens law?

A murdered woman’s mother has said she is “relieved” a bill denying parole to killers who refuse to disclose a body’s location has cleared the Commons. The Prisoners (Disclosure of Information About Victims) Bill was passed unopposed by MPs.

What did Helen’s Law Aim change?

Laws have come into force in a bid to make it harder for killers to get parole if they refuse to reveal where they hid their victim’s body. The Prisoners (Disclosure of Information About Victims) Act 2020, known as Helen’s Law, was enacted just after midnight.

How old is Ian Simms now?

Helen’s Law campaigner Marie McCourt has been given the devastating news her daughter’s killer will not be recalled to prison. The 76-year-old was seeking a Judicial Review of the decision to release Ian Simms, 64, from his life term.

How did they campaign for Helen’s Law?

In a post on Twitter, the Helen’s Law campaign group said: “After five years of campaigning, three quarters of a million signatures of support, two trips to Downing Street, three visits to Parliament and countless meetings with MPs and ministers, Helen’s Law was added to the statute book at 00.01 am today.

Who started Helen’s Law campaign?

In 2015 the Daily Mirror launched the campaign for Helen’s Law to support grieving mother Marie McCourt. Her daughter Helen, 22, was murdered in 1988 and her body has never been found.

What is the double jeopardy campaign?

Double jeopardy is the legal principle which says a person cannot be trialled for the same crime twice. For example, if a defendant charged with assault is found not guilty, that same person cannot be trialled again for the same crime in the same case.

What evidence convicted Ian Simms?

DNA evidence

Why was Helen McCourt killed?

Helen McCourt disappeared shortly after getting off a bus near her home in Billinge. Simms’s pub, the George and Dragon, near Wigan, was close to her family home and he quickly became a suspect. He was found guilty of her abduction and murder after her earring was found in the boot of his car.

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