Peter Dolan, Enda's father, has called for politicians to set aside their differences and legislate for tougher sentences
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Enda Dolan's father challenges politicians over sentencing laws

The father of Enda Dolan, who was killed by a drunk driver, has challenged Stormont politicians to unite to change the law on sentencing.

Mr Dolan, 18, died when he was knocked down on the Malone Road in Belfast.

David Lee Stewart, 31, was sentenced to three and a half years in prison and three and a half years on licence.

Peter Dolan, Enda's father, has called for politicians to set aside their differences and legislate for tougher sentences.

BBC News NI's Kevin Magee reports.

  • 23 May 2016