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The brothers were going to the park with mother Louise when they were mown down in Mac Donald The court heard that Brown – who was disqualified from driving at the time – had been released from prison just six days earlier.

He had been serving six months for possessing an 18 inch machete.

Speaking on behalf of both parents, their solicitor Rebecca Hearsey said: "To watch your children die in front of you is something no parents should have to experience.

Our family should have had so many years ahead of us to create a lifetime of memories, but these have all been snatched away." Detective Sergeant Paul Hughes, of West Midlands Police, earlier described Brown – who also admitted driving while disqualified, without insurance and without a licence – as "a callous individual who knew what he was doing.” He said: “This was no accident, it was a deliberate act.

He said: “Neither of us has any desire to escape the consequences of our actions. “I have no incentive to dissemble about this matter. “We frequently change over during the course of the journey.

It's a sixty-five mile journey.” District Judge Barbara Barnes described Lord Howard’s defence as “credible” and said she genuinely believed he and his wife had “racked their brains” to remember who was driving.

Serial criminal Robert Brown was doing more than 61 mph in a 30-zone when he ploughed into six-year-old Corey Platt May and his two-year-old brother Casper. The 53-year-old was sentenced at Warwick Crown Court after previously admitting causing the deaths by dangerous driving.

Judge Andrew Lockhart QC described the crash as “horrifying”.

To simply refer to his 'wife' does not provide sufficient information.