Campaigners calling for defibrillators in all schools have been at Downing Street today to press their case.
It follows the death of schoolboy from Liverpool almost three years ago. 12-year-old Oliver King died at following a swimming lesson at school.
A petition was started by his father to get life saving equipment in all schools. The petition has more than 100,000 signatures.
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