David Cameron has paid tribute to teenage cancer victim Stephen Sutton, who launched a fighting fund topping £4 million on the day he died just weeks ago.
"Stephen was an absolutely inspiring individual and his zest for life even as he was suffering from a very difficult and progressive cancer was completely extraordinary and very inspiring," said Mr Cameron during Prime Minister's Questions.
The 19-year-old's bravery in the face of terminal cancer touched people across the world, leading to him to be honoured with an MBE in this year's Queen's Birthday Honours.
"He raised a huge amount of money for teenage cancer services and raised it from right around the world as well as the UK.
"I think it's right that our honours system does properly reward people that give to charity that give of their time from the very bottom to the very top," added Mr Cameron.