The Anyone’s Child project received some great mainstream media coverage on Sunday night, as Channel 4 News followed the family members involved in the campaign on their trip to Downing Street last week.
The piece featured individual interviews with several of the members, who told their stories of how they and their families had been impacted by the war on drugs. Anne-Marie took the news team to the park where her daughter, Martha, tragically lost her life following an ecstasy overdose; Cara explained why her partner, Jake, might still be alive if he’d been able to access a legal, controlled supply of heroin; and Katrina described the injustice she felt that her brother had been murdered as a result of his involvement with the illegal drug trade.
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