The European Court of Human Rights has ruled the whole life tariffs given to murderer Jeremy Bamber and two other killers breached their human rights.
The court ruled there had to be both a possibility of release and review to be compatible with their human rights.
However it said this did not mean there was "any prospect of imminent release".
Bamber, along with Peter Moore and Douglas Vinter, argued their sentences were "inhuman" and they should have the right to a review.
So now you can't even sentence someone to life without breaching their human rights! How long before locking someone in prison is ruled 'inhuman'?