Jade's parents call for tougher laws on dogs

The parents of a schoolgirl from Wigan killed by a pack of dogs are calling for tougher safety laws.

They've given their first television interview since Jade Anderson died.

They told ITV they want the law changed so that if a dog attack happens on private land people have the power to take action.

Amy Welch reports

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Tributes to dog attack teenager

The body of a teenage girl was found at a Manchester house where police were "confronted by a number of dogs that were aggressive and out of control"