A man who was jailed for life after murdering his former wife in a premeditated attack in Lincoln has lost an appeal to reduce his sentence.
Tsang was found guilty at Lincoln Crown Court on January 2, 2015, but appealed the length of sentence he received.
However, judges at London’s Criminal Appeal Court on February 5 dismissed his complaint, ruling that he had no justifiable challenge to the sentence imposed.
Tsang, from Grimsby, had driven to the edge of Lincoln, then cycled to Yang’s house before battering her with a blunt weapon which was never recovered.
Yang suffered fatal head injuries in the brutal attack which was believed to have been motivated by Tsang’s desire to get custody of his young son.