Friends of a teenager who killed herself after being bullied online have told ITV News West Country it's time the website they partly blame for her death was shut down.
14-year-old Izzy Dix from Brixham was found dead at her home in September. She'd been bullied both at school and over the internet.
Jeff Welch has been talking to some of her friends about her ordeal and what they want done to make sure it never happens again:
A funeral was held today for the Devon teenager believed to have taken her own life after being the victim of cyber bullying.
Izzy Dix was found dead at her home in Brixham. She was just 14. Her friends said she'd been bullied.
And today it's been revealed that 7 out of 10 young people have been targeted by online bullies.
Jacquie Bird has been to meet someone who tried to take her own life after the intimidation got too much:
The Taunton Deane MP Jeremy Browne says we need a debate on whether young Muslim women and girls should be banned from wearing a veil or Niqab in public. Claire Manning has been to Plymouth to assess reaction to the proposal.
Poor Sarah Wollaston's twitter feed has become a total car crash of bigotry, Islamophobia, historical ignorance and exceptionalism.
Sarah Wollaston, how about asking a woman who wears niqab what she thinks about her freedom? Or does her opinion does not matter?
feminists should be allowed to say that they find the #niqab deeply offensive without being accused of being bigoted or islamophobic,
The niqab should be banned within schools & colleges; how on earth do they promote equality when they collude with making women invisible?
The niqab won't be banned in the UK because too many politicians will hide behind freedom; hiding women away is a perversion of freedom
The Totnes MP Sarah Wollaston says Islamic veils are an 'intolerable subjugation of women which should not be allowed to masquerade as freedom.'
Sarah Wollaston MP (Con, Totnes, Brixham and South Hams) says the niqab (a full-face Islamic veil) should be banned in schools and colleges. A Birmingham college last week reversed a decision to ban the garment on security grounds. Read more about that decision here.
Devon families have a new open space to get outdoors in the West Country.
The Brixham Family Group has transformed a garden on land adjoining Indigo's Go Wild and Chestnut Childrens' Centre.
It recently held its Playday Playful Paws Fun day to officially open the park.
You can find out more about the Brixham Family Group by visiting their Facebook page.
It's the second day of the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall's annual visit to the West Country.
The royal couple are in Brixham today. His Royal Highness went on board a modern day trawler, where the fishermen said they were impressed by the amount the Prince seemed to know about their industry:
Prince Charles and Camilla are continuing their tour of Devon and Cornwall, visiting members of the fishing community in Brixham.