Relatives of a "perfect couple" killed by a disqualified driver fleeing police have called for tougher sentences for motorists who kill.
Drug addict Nicky Lovell, 38, who had 11 previous convictions for driving while disqualified, was given the maximum sentence possible by the judge after admitting killing husband and wife Ross, 34, and Clare Simons, 30, as they rode on their tandem bike.
Mr Justice Haddon Cave said the maximum sentence for causing death by dangerous driving is 14 years' imprisonment but he had to reduce it by a quarter because Lovell had pleaded guilty at an early stage.
Lovell was jailed for 10 years and six months by the judge, who condemned him as "selfish with a complete disregard for others".
His partner, Louise Cox, 35, was sentenced to 12 months in prison after admitting perverting the course of justice.
Speaking afterwards, the family of Mr and Mrs Simons launched a campaign calling for a change in the law saying they had been "cheated" by the justice system.
Edwin Simons, Mr Simons' father, tearfully said Lovell would serve "just three years for each of our children's lives".
"With his case history it needs looking into because this has gone on for years, years and years," he said.
Kelly Woodruff, sister of Mr Simons, added: "We thank the judge for imposing the maximum sentence he could, however we feel cheated by the justice system that does not allow a longer sentence to be imposed for the tragic loss of their lives considering his past convictions.
"The people who took their lives will never understand what they have taken away from us and have never shown any remorse for their actions. While they will serve a few years in prison, we and those close to Ross and Clare, have been given life sentences."