Susanna Reid cried on live TV today as the grandmother of Arthur Labinjo-Hughes sobbed while describing the abuse the little boy suffered before he was murdered by his monstrous step-mother after being egged on to ‘end him’ by his evil father

Susanna Reid cried on live TV today as the grandmother of Arthur Labinjo-Hughes sobbed while describing the abuse the little boy suffered before he was murdered by his monstrous step-mother after being egged on to ‘end him’ by his evil father

Susanna Reid cried on live TV today as the grandmother of Arthur Labinjo-Hughes sobbed while describing the abuse the little boy suffered before he was murdered by his monstrous step-mother after being egged on to ‘end him’ by his evil father.

Ms Reid, 50, a mother of three herself, wiped away tears as Madeleine Halcrow spoke about her own grief and the attempts to ask social services to save the six-year-old schoolboy killed in Solihull in June last year. 

Susanna could also be heard crying loudly off camera as Madeleine spoke, and tears rolled down the star’s face as she passed a box of tissues to Arthur’s heartbroken maternal grandmother on Good Morning Britain this morning.

In Ms Halcrow’s first TV studio appearance since Emma Tustin and Thomas Hughes were jailed, she discussed the opportunities to save Arthur that were missed, and cried as she described seeing marks on his back and ‘imagining the pain Arthur would have been in receiving those bruises’.

She called social services only to be told they had been to see him the day before and ‘didn’t find anything untoward’.The authorities have since been accused of missing at least four opportunities to save Arthur having ignored pleas from his family to rescue him. Lockdown exacerbated the problems, with schools closed and social worker visits done on Zoom leaving vulnerable children all over the UK alone all day every day with those tormenting them.  

Arthur would later be battered to death by his feckless stepmother Tustin, who was jailed for life with a minimum of 29 years on Friday after she was convicted of murdering six-year-old at her home in the West Midlands.

His father, Thomas Hughes, was also jailed for 21 years after being convicted of manslaughter for encouraging the killing, including by sending a text message to Tustin hours before the fatal assault telling her ‘just end him’. 

Madeleine’s daughter Olivia Labinjo-Halcrow, Arthur’s biological mother, was sentenced to 11 years in jail for stabbing her lover to death — leaving the tragic six-year-old at the mercy of his evil father and stepmother. 

Today Olivia’s father Peter, Arthur’s maternal grandfather who is no longer in a relationship with Madeleine, has claimed other warnings from family members were ‘not acted on’ as he campaigned for ‘Arthur’s Law’, which would see anyone who carries out the murder of a child sent to prison indefinitely. 

As millions grieve Arthur’s tragic death, it also emerged today:

  • Child killers like the step-mother and father of tragic six-year-old Arthur Labinjo-Hughes will never been released from prison under proposals backed by the Prime Minister;
  • Campaigners say schools must not be shut down because of Covid again to protect vulnerable youngsters with tens of thousands of ‘ghost children’ at risk of abuse after failing to return to school following the lockdowns;   
  • Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi confirmed there will be an investigation into the failings leading to the death of Arthur, including the missed chances to save him after social services were contacted;

Arthur Labinjo-Hughes was killed by his step-mother Emma Tustin at her home in Solihull

Arthur Labinjo-Hughes was killed by his step-mother Emma Tustin at her home in Solihull

Susanna Reid broke down as Arthur Labinjo-Hughes' grandmother Madeleine Halcrow broke down on Good Morning Britain as she recalled how she tried to save her grandson

Susanna Reid broke down as Arthur Labinjo-Hughes' grandmother Madeleine Halcrow (pictured) broke down on Good Morning Britain as she recalled how she tried to save her grandson

Susanna Reid broke down (left) as Arthur Labinjo-Hughes’ grandmother Madeleine Halcrow (right) broke down on Good Morning Britain as she recalled how she tried to save her grandson

Madeleine with her beloved grandson Arthur, whose death has appalled and saddened millions of Britons and more around the world

Madeleine with her beloved grandson Arthur, 슬롯사이트추천 whose death has appalled and saddened millions of Britons and more around the world

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