Well, on 28th April 2014 the Attorney-General tweeted this :
We have had a number of requests to review the sentence of Adam Hulin for sexual offences. Only takes one request and process has started
— Attorney General (@AGO_UK) April 28, 2014
This does not mean that the sentence will definitely be appealed by the AG – he will get all the facts and judge whether it is a suitable case for an appeal. Even then, of course, it will be up to the Court of Appeal as to whether they feel the sentence is unduly lenient and, if so, whether it is appropriate to increase it.
There is a short deadline, so we would expect an announcement within a fortnight, and will of course come back and review it.