The father of a 12-year-old who died from heart failure at school will got to Westminster to push for defibrillators in public buildings.
There's disappointment from campaigners after the Government said it won't pay for potentially life-saving equipment.
All primary schools in Liverpool are getting defibrillators in a £100,000 project to buy the potentially life-saving devices.
There's disappointment and dismay from campaigners in our region after the Government said it won't pay for potentially life-saving equipment in public buildings and schools.
It follows the death of 12 year Oliver King in Liverpool. Our reporter Mel Barham has more:
Primary schools in Liverpool are having defibrillators installed in memory of a youngster who died.
Oliver King's heart stopped during a swimming lesson in March 2011.
His family believe if a defibrillator was available his life could have been saved.