Two teenage girls have been given life sentences, and must serve a minimum of 15 years for the murder of 39-year-old Angela Wrightson at her home in Hartlepool in December 2014.
The girls, who were then aged 13 and 14, used weapons including a shovel, a TV and computer printer to attack and murder their victim who has been described as a kind, lonely, alcoholic.
The teenagers, who are now both aged 15, cannot be named for legal reasons.
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