Killer mother Fiona Donnison's appeal adjourned

Fiona Donnison
Image caption Fiona Donnison murdered her two young children, whose bodies were found in the boot of her car

There is not enough evidence to decide whether a sentence given to a woman for murdering her children was appropriate, an appeal judge has said.

Fiona Donnison, 45, of Lightwater, Surrey, was jailed for at least 32 years, at Lewes Crown Court in August.

The bodies of her children, Harry, three, and Elise, two, were found in the boot of her car in Sussex in 2010.

The Lord Chief Justice adjourned her appeal to a date to be decided so relevant information could be obtained.

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