Sunday 22 May marks five years since a terrorist attack on Manchester Arena killed 22 people and injured hundreds more.
Figen Murray was one of those who lost a loved one in the bombing at the Ariana Grande concert - her son Martyn Hett.
Since then, Figen has campaigning tirelessly for legislation in Martyn’s memory, to help protect the public from terror attacks.
The journey towards that new legislation is now a step closer after the draft Protect Duty Bill - better known as Martyn’s Law - was announced in the recent Queen’s Speech.
Ahead of the fifth anniversary, we spoke to Figen for our special video report.