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.
A judge jailed a 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. Now one is dead and another is serving a minimum of 14 years.
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.
His widow has begun a campaign to ban glass from bars and clubs, saying she will never let another person like Charles devastate another family. Mel Barham has the full story.
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