Susan Stamper is one of one million grandparents who have little or no access to their grandchildren - and she's demanding change.
Currently the law provides grandparents with few rights and last November, the Family Justice Review ruled against giving grandparents any legal rights in the event of their grandchildren's parents' separation.
Since her son Andrew separated from his partner in 1998, Susan, 63, has been denied all contact with her granddaughter Emil, and she says it's time for change. Emily is in her teens and is heartbroken that Susan hasn't seen her for 14 years.
Susan is joined today by Gloria Hunniford, who is an ambassador for the Grandparents' Association and family lawyer Marilyn Stowe.