Parents of Sandy Hook's Dylan Hockley hope for gun crime action


The parents of a six-year-old boy killed in a school shooting in Connecticut have said they are hopeful Barack Obama will act to curb gun crime.

British born Dylan Hockley was one of 20 children who lost their lives when Adam Lanza opened fire at Sandy Hook Elementary school in December.

Mr Obama will unveil plans to tackle America's gun problem on Wednesday, as Steve Kingstone reports.

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