The father of an 18-year-old Briton killed in Syria has said he would not have informed the police of his son's intention to travel to the country, had he known.
His comments come as a national campaign is launched calling on Muslim women to urge their relatives not to fight in the conflict.
Speaking of his son, Abdullah, Abubaker Deghayes told ITV News: "My son was not going to commit a crime, he was going to help others."
More top news
French mayors have been told they must not ban the 'Burkini' in their towns as a court ruling suspends the ban.
The audit aims to show how people's backgrounds can affect their health, education and employment.
A construction worker was crushed when a platform collapsed on them while the set was being dismantled.