A campaigner for victims' rights - whose husband was killed by a drunken gang - has been in Kent to see what is being done to tackle teenage drinking. Baroness Newlove was in Maidstone to see how Government money is being spent on a project to make young people aware of dangers.
Her husband, Garry, was attacked outside their home six years ago - a tragedy that left her determined to make young people think - before they drink. David Johns reports.
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