The justice secretary, David Lidington, accepts parole board recommendation after Michael Gove blocked earlier move

Road-rage killer Kenneth Noye is to be transferred to an open prison after the justice secretary rubber-stamped a recommendation from the parole board.

Noye, now 70, was convicted of murder in April 2000 and sentenced to life with a minimum term of 16 years after stabbing 21-year-old electrician Stephen Cameron to death in an attack on the M25 in Kent in 1996.

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