A mother of two who lost her husband when he was stabbed with a broken bottle, is vowing to ban glass from nightclubs and pubs. Phillip Sherriff was slashed in the neck at a party in London in April.
His artery was severed, and he died four days later. His widow Jane saw her husband's killer, Ashley Charles - jailed last week - and now she says her focus will be on her 'bottle stop' campaign.She's been talking to our reporter, Ronke Phillips.
Jane Sherriff has started a Facebook campaign called Bottle Stop. She already has more than a 150,000 people backing her crusade which calls on the government to stop late night city centre bars and clubs serving any drinks in glass bottles.
For more information visit the campaign's Facebook page.
Phillip Sherriff's widow Jane tells London Tonight's Ronke Phillips it was really hard sitting through the Ashley Charles court case. She said she experienced a "roller coaster of emotions".
Jane Sherriff's Bottle Stop Facebook campaign has already attracted 150,000 followers
Watch the report by Mel Barham on the day Phillip Sherriff's killer was jailed for at least 14 years.
His widow is now campaigning for glass bottles to be banned from pubs and clubs.
The judge jailed the graphics designer for a split second of madness in a club, which killed the father-of-two.
Both men had travelled to London for a Jessie J gig. Ashley Charles attacked Phillip Sherrif with a broken bottle after some jostling at the bar. The judge said the bottle was a lethal weapon and the victim was a decent man.