Kate McCann calls for missing person support


Kate McCann, whose daughter, Madeleine, disappeared on holiday four years ago, has given evidence to MPs on the lack of support for the families of missing people.

The first ever parliamentary inquiry into the issue will look at what campaigners say is a "complete gap" in help for those affected.

Kate McCann is one of three mothers giving evidence, and spoke on their behalf before going into Parliament.

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