Ecstasy epidemic: 'What to tell your children to stop them dying like my son'
As a parent, don't make any assumptions that it's just for other kids and know that it is something that's quite normal - it's not stigmatised in the way that we'd like to think it was
– Fiona lost her sixteen-year-old son Dan to drugs
Mutiny Festival was cancelled this weekend after two people died amid warnings that a “dangerous high strength” batch of drugs had been in circulation at the event.
Fiona Jones lost her sixteen-year-old son Dan under similar circumstances back in 2014 when he took ecstasy at an illegal rave. She has since started the Daniel Spargo-Mabbs Foundation which aims to educate and support young people to make safe choices about drugs.
Also on the sofa will be drugs expert Henry Fisher.