Wall death prompts safety calls

The parents of three-year-old Meg Burgess, who died when a wall collapsed on her, are campaigning to include retaining and load-bearing walls under building regulations. Their local MP has raised the issue in a House of Commons motion today.

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Meg's Campaign: 'She was worth every bit of campaigning'

The mother of a little girl who died when a wall collapsed says she hopes lessons can be learnt from her daughter's death.

Three year old Meg Burgess was walking home with her mother in Meliden in Denbighshire in 2008 when she died.

A builder from Kinmel Bay was found guilty of manslaughter by gross negligence and jailed for two years.

Lindsay Burgess now wants to raise awareness of 'cowboy builders' and have set up a Facebook page Meg's Campaign where people can share their own experiences.

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