Yesterday Jamie’s parents were joined by MP Steve Barclay to meet the Rt.Hon Chris Grayling Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice. Jamie’s stepfather Steve Green said:
“We put our story to the Lord Chancellor and he certainly understands. He is a father himself and he’s got a son and a daughter of similar age to our family. I think he’s on board.
“By coincidence, Mr Grayling was scheduled to have dinner with the transport secretary last night so he promised to talk to him. Depending on that meeting, we hope that they will recommend a review of the guidelines by the sentencing council.
“That’s what we’re after – it’s what the campaign is all about. If we were to achieve that I would be absolutely delighted.”
Mr Grayling is committed to discussing the Justice for Jamie campaign with transport secretary Patrick McLoughli, with a view to MPs making a joint approach to the Sentencing Council, chaired by Lord Leveson, calling for the guidelines to be reviewed in death by dangerous driving cases.
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