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David Gaukewas under pressure last night to close an “absurd” loophole that has allowed a killer to get legal aid for an appeal against his conviction and jail sentence despite being on the run.

The Justice Secretary was criticised  for refusing to intervene over fugitive Jack Shepherd, who was sentenced to six years for the manslaughter of Charlotte Brown after drunkenly  flipping his speedboat while showing off to her on the River Thames.

It is  thought to be first time a convicted killer has been granted taxpayers’ funding to appeal while still evading justice.

The Ministry of Justice said: “Mr Shepherd’s decision to abscond is cowardly and cruel towards Charlotte Brown’s family and friends,...

David Gaukewas under pressure last night to close an “absurd” loophole that has allowed a killer to get legal aid for an appeal against his conviction and jail sentence despite being on the run.

The Justice Secretary was criticised  for refusing to intervene over fugitive Jack Shepherd, who was sentenced to six years for the manslaughter of Charlotte Brown after drunkenly  flipping his speedboat while showing off to her on the River Thames.

It is  thought to be first time a convicted killer has been granted taxpayers’ funding to appeal while still evading justice.

The Ministry of Justice said: “Mr Shepherd’s decision to abscond is cowardly and cruel towards Charlotte Brown’s family and friends,...

David Gaukewas under pressure last night to close an “absurd” loophole that has allowed a killer to get legal aid for an appeal against his conviction and jail sentence despite being on the run.

The Justice Secretary was criticised  for refusing to intervene over fugitive Jack Shepherd, who was sentenced to six years for the manslaughter of Charlotte Brown after drunkenly  flipping his speedboat while showing off to her on the River Thames.

It is  thought to be first time a convicted killer has been granted taxpayers’ funding to appeal while still evading justice.

The Ministry of Justice said: “Mr Shepherd’s decision to abscond is cowardly and cruel towards Charlotte Brown’s family and friends,...

David Gaukewas under pressure last night to close an “absurd” loophole that has allowed a killer to get legal aid for an appeal against his conviction and jail sentence despite being on the run.

The Justice Secretary was criticised  for refusing to intervene over fugitive Jack Shepherd, who was sentenced to six years for the manslaughter of Charlotte Brown after drunkenly  flipping his speedboat while showing off to her on the River Thames.

It is  thought to be first time a convicted killer has been granted taxpayers’ funding to appeal while still evading justice.

The Ministry of Justice said: “Mr Shepherd’s decision to abscond is cowardly and cruel towards Charlotte Brown’s family and friends,...