Drug education legacy 'more important' than Amy's music

The Amy Winehouse Foundation Resilience Programme will be rolled out to 50 secondary schools across the UK today.

The education programme aims to change the way children are taught about drugs and alcohol in school.

Speaking to Daybreak, Amy's father Mitch said: "Amy's music legacy will look after itself.

"Everyone knows what a wonderful girl she was, a great singer, a philanthropist in her own way. This could be even more important."