The father of missing York chef Claudia Lawrence has been in the House of Commons as he continues his fight to make it easier for those dealing with a missing person's estate.
Peter Lawrence, whose daughter Claudia disappeared in March 2009, was there for the second reading of the Presumption of Death Bill.The new law would introduce a certificate of presumed death, to cut the red tape families currently face when a loved one goes missing
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