Meningitis B: Mother's plea for routine vaccination
Parents get their chance on Tuesday to tell MPs why they should reject expert advice and listen to public pressure to give the Meningitis B vaccine to all UK children up to the age of 11.
Currently, the vaccine is only routinely given to UK infants.
Claire Timmins' son Mason died of Meningitis B when he was seven. She wants the vaccine offered routinely.
- From the section Health