The parents of murdered schoolgirl April Jones have given ITV Wales an exclusive interview following revelations that two people are convicted of online child abuse every day.
April Jones's killer Mark Bridger had accessed child abuse images shortly before killing her in October 2012.
Coral and Paul Jones met David Cameron in Downing Street two years ago, along with parents of other grieving families. Speaking in July 2013, the Prime Minister said it was "time for action" on online child abuse. But Coral Jones told ITV today that not enough is being done:
The NSPCC say more than four and a half million pictures of child abuse have been seized in the UK since 2013. Paul Jones thinks more control needs to be put in place to prevent paedophiles accessing images.
The UK Government says its collaborative response to the problem includes law enforcement agencies taking action against those sexually exploiting children online, finding and safeguarding victims and working with the internet industry to find and remove illegal images.