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16 January 2013, 09:50 | Updated: 16 January 2013, 10:13
The parents of a Hampshire boy shot in the US school massacre have called for gun control laws to be passed immediately.
Dylan Hockley was one of 20 children and six teachers killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, last month by gunman Adam Lanza.
The six-year-old had moved to the US with his family, including older brother Jake, from Eastleigh two years ago.
On Tuesday his mother spoke at the launch of a new action group for safety in schools and communities calling for more discussion about guns and safety.