Byline: JILLY BEATTIE A MAN convicted of a murder carried out 40 years ago was denied freedom yesterday under the royal prerogative of mercy.
What does RPM stand for?
RPM stands for Royal Prerogative of Mercy (Canada)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
uk news, sport With them having apparently tur ned "supergrass" the judge who sentenced them privately wrote to then-Home Secretary Michael Howard inviting him to consider the rare Royal Prerogative of Mercy.
uk -COMMENT: PAGE 14 THE ROYAL CONNECTION THE Royal Prerogative of Mercy dates back 900 years to Norman kings who could use it to save the life of a prisoner facing execution.
He was freed along with the others only after a Royal Prerogative of Mercy was signed by the Queen on Government advice.
Now Bell's solicitor is asking the Secretary of State to apply the royal prerogative of mercy, which would allow Bell to be transferred to an outside hospice.
Byline: JILLY BEATTIE A CONVICTED loyalist killer jailed for another sectarian murder yesterday launched a bid to be released under the Royal Prerogative of Mercy.
uk news, sport tur ned "supergrass" the judge who sentenced them privately wrote to then-home secretary Michael Howard inviting him to consider the rare Royal Prerogative of Mercy.
The judge told jurors that, after jailing each of them for 18 years in open court, he wrote privately to then Home Secretary Michael Howard, inviting the exercise of the Royal Prerogative of Mercy.