A man who killed three children at their home in Worcester more than three decades ago should be banned from returning to the City of Worcester, according to Mike Foster MP, who is the member of Parliament for Worcester.
It follows allegations that 54 year old David McGreavy has been allowed out of Ford Prison in West Sussex on unescorted trips to Liverpool.
Mike Foster says it's a case that fills many people with horror and feels it would be unacceptable for him to return:
"The memories live long because of the horrors of the McGreavy case.
"That's what worries me about, first of all, the release from prison, and then whether McGreavy will ever be allowed to come back to the city of Worcester".
McGreavy was found guilty of murdering three children - Paul, aged four, Dawn, aged two and Samantha aged nine months - on 13 April 1973.
He then impaled the youngsters on railings in the house garden.
The Judge was Mr Justice Ashworth.
He said at the time, "There is only one sentence I can pass, and that is life imprisonment.
"but in this case, so appalling to the Crown, and in the public interest so grave as to risk any repetition, I recommend the sentence should not elapse before 20 years."