After the tragedy of their daughter's death by strangulation from a window blind cord, her parents launched a campaign to prevent a similar accident.
The British Blind and Shutter Organisation has since announced that regulation changes will be introduced next March to ensure safety devices accompany cord blinds.
Tom Malarkey from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents spoke to ITV West Country's Ian Axton following today's inquest.
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