Parents accused of killing baby Jamie Kightley in court

The parents of a seven-week-old baby boy have appeared in court, charged with his murder.

Jamie Kightley died after he was taken to Northampton General Hospital on 17 March 2012.

His parents, Adam Kightley, 23, and Jacqueline Parker, 21, appeared at Northampton Crown Court on Friday.

The boy's parents, both from Northampton, are yet to enter a plea. They have been remanded in custody, to return to the court on 14 May.

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