Father speaks of anger following death of soldier son

A father has spoken of his anger that lessons haven't been learned a year after his son was murdered by a rogue Afghan policeman. Mick Wroe, himself a former soldier, says his son Tom and Yorkshire Regiment comrade Gareth Thursby would still be alive if proper security measures had been in place.

Despite the tragedy, he says British soldiers are still at risk every single day because the Afghans they're training can carry live ammunition freely around military bases and through security checkpoints. David Hirst reports.