The mother of Konstandinos Erik Scurfield, the first British person killed fighting ISIS militants in Syria, has started a campaign calling for the Government to do more to stop ISIS.
Vasiliki Scurfield is planning a Twitter storm today using the hashtag #stopISIScampaig.
The 25-year-old from Barnsley died in March after travelling to the country to help civilians caught up in the fighting:
Hundreds of mourners turned out to pay their final respects to him in March where his coffin was draped in the Union Jack and a flag of the Kurdish People's Protection Units, among other flags, along with flowers and a picture of Mr Scurfield.
At least two attending the service in Nottingham were wearing military dress, one was flying a People's Protection Unit flag.