The mother of a Royal Anglian soldier who was killed in Afghanistan has said it is time to withdraw British forces.
Christine Bonner continued to support military action in the country even after her son, Corporal Darren Bonner was killed by a landmine in 2007.
She has spent the last five years raising money for the Royal Anglians' Benevolent Charity, but now says the deaths of six British soldiers in Afghanistan last week hit her so hard, it has forced her to re-think her position.
She spoke to ITV's Daybreak programme this morning.
The planned withdrawal from the country is due to take place in 2014 but Mrs Bonner says it needs to be brought forward.