wayne couzens

Nick Gazzard has helped create an app that is already saving women's lives.
It was announced after Wayne Couzens was jailed for Sarah Everard's murder and approved by former home secretary Priti Patel.
Yvette Cooper said it was further evidence of "appalling failures" in the police.
The charity Refuge launches its #EnoughIsEnough campaign protesting violence against women.
North Yorkshire's commissioner said he realises his comments were "insensitive" and said he wished "to retract them in full".
"After six months, the best the Met can come up with is ‘flag down a bus’."
Former Met chief superintendent condemns "sexist" service that sees men "close ranks" and potentially abandon women while on duty.
The former Met Police officer faced charges for kidnapping, raping and murdering the 33-year-old woman.
Sarah Everard's killer Wayne Couzens has been sentenced to a whole life order.