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BBC Interview: 'Calls and texts are not worth a child's life'

By: Phil Rabbitt Added: 21/12/2015 02:49 Last Edit: 21/12/2015 02:51 By: Phil Rabbitt

An interview with the BBC in December 2015


A woman whose daughter was killed by a driver who was texting behind the wheel has backed tougher measures against drivers using mobile phones.Nazan Fennell's 13-year-old daughter, Hope, was killed in 2011 when she was hit by a lorry on her way home from school.Ministers are planning to increase fixed penalty fines from £100 to £150, and to raise the number of penalty points drivers receive.

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