Our thanks to Stuart for this. The start of the BBC article:
A woman who regularly beat her newly-wed husband has been convicted of his murder by stabbing him through the heart.
Sharon Edwards, 42, denied killing solicitor David Edwards at their home in Chorley, Lancashire, in August 2015.
The 51-year-old was found dead in bed with a chest wound, two months after the pair married in Las Vegas.
At Manchester Crown Court she was jailed for life and will serve at least 20 years.
Unusually for a BBC article, it has a section on male victims of domestic violence, starting with this:
While figures show the majority of those subjected to domestic violence are women, campaigners say there has been a rise in incidents where men are the victims.
The number of women convicted for domestic violence rose by 30% in the year to April 2015, from 3,735 to 4,866.
It marks an upward trend – the number of convictions involving female perpetrators is now six times higher than it was ten years ago.
There are some interesting comments from Mankind’s Mark Brooks.