The parents of a teenager who was murdered in south east London have been awarded MBEs in the New Year honours.
Margaret and Barry Mizen say they're honoured to receive the titles for their charity work, but that it's "tinged with sadness" for the loss of 16 year old Jimmy who was killed in Lee in 2008.Piers Hopkirk went to meet them.
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The painting, entitled 'Beautiful Beautiful George Michael Love Painting', was auctioned to help raise funds for HIV and Aids prevention.
The 38-year-old victim was standing on a busy Victoria Line train when another passenger approached him.
The boy, called Roman, told police call handler his mum "is dead" and "she's closing her eyes and not breathing".