Newlove on underage drinking and anti-social behaviour


Five years ago, Gary Newlove was murdered by three youths outside his home in Warrington after he went to speak to a gang of youths he believed had been vandalising his wife Helen's car.

Since then, his widow, now Baroness Newlove, has been determined to make sure his death was not just another statistic.

She made this Daily Politics film in Havering, east London, one of the neighbourhoods across England and Wales where she has been trying to tackle anti-social behaviour through community action.

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