Earlier this week in Business Questions, I raised awarness of a campaign I am leading in memory of Sharlotte-Sky, who was tragically killed when hit by a car as she walked along Endon Road in Norton Green.
This campaign is being run alongside Sharlotte-Sky's mum, Claire.
We believe it is wrong that permission for blood testing is required in cases where, tragically, a life has been lost.
If a person has done nothing wrong, they should have nothing to fear.
That is why we are campaigning to amend Section 7 of the Road Traffic Act 1988, so blood testing can take place without permission being required, where loss of life has occurred.
The Department for Transport are looking into this area which you can read about via the link below
You can show your support for the campaign by emailing the address below