Campaign for better anti-terror protection after Manchester Arena attack

The mother of one of the victims of the Manchester Arena attack is launching a campaign for better anti-terrorism protection at large venues.Figen Murray's son, Martyn Hett, was among 22 people murdered by a suicide bomber at the arena two years ago.She's calling for a new law to oblige big venues and public spaces to put in place basic security plans and procedures.

Figen Murray with anti-terror campaigners Credit: PA

The campaign is being backed by the Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham, and a former senior police officer, retired Chief Superintendent Nick Aldworth.He has written a report setting out the core components of 'Martyn's Law'. It would include a requirement that spaces and places to which the public have access:- engage with freely available counter-terrorism advice and training- conduct vulnerability assessments of their operating places and spaces- mitigate the risks created by the vulnerabilities- put in place a counter-terrorism plan

Figen Murry came into ITV Granada Reports to speak to presenter Tony Morris.