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  1. Ann O'Connor, ITV News

Help for families of those who've taken their own lives

Paul Williams took his own life in 2015. Credit: Family photo

A bereavement charity is being launched in Liverpool in memory of a young man who died through suicide.

The parents of Paul Williams say free counselling has helped them cope short-term.

Agnes and Joe Williams believe "Paul's Place" will also offer other families longer-term support with the grieving process.

Ann O'Connor reports:

For more information, and help and support, visit Beacon Counselling Trust.

To take part in the National Suicide Bereavement survey click here: www.supportaftersuicide.org.uk/research

Prime Minister to attend unveiling of memorial for police officer killed on duty

PC Dave Phillips Credit: Merseyside Police

The Prime Minister Theresa May will attend a ceremony for the unveiling of a memorial to a police officer who was killed on duty.

PC Dave Phillips was killed when he was hit by a truck in October 2015.

The unveiling of the Police Memorial Trust’s national tribute to the Merseyside Police officer will take place in Hamilton Square Gardens, Birkenhead.

It will be the first time a Merseyside Police officer has been honoured in this way.

I am extremely proud to be in Merseyside to lay the Trust's 42nd memorial to this fallen police hero

– Mrs Michael Winner, Chair of the Police Memorial Trust

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