Brianna Ghey’s mother calls for Ofcom crackdown on harmful social media content

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Esther Ghey, the mother of Brianna Ghey, has joined the voices of other parents calling for Ofcom to crack down on dangerous content online.

In a panel with parents of children who took their own lives after viewing self-harm and suicide content, she tearfully described how meeting other bereaved families to campaign for social media reform was “so emotional".