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"I had no idea that these sites existed before the death of my son.

I’m just enjoying life so much at the moment that I don’t get here as often as I used to.

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Their campaign is being led by Papyrus, a charity led by concerned and bereaved parents for the prevention of young suicide.

Under the Suicide Act 1961, assisting a suicide carries a prison sentence of up to 14 years. The Government has ruled out changing the law and seems content to leave regulation to the industry.

People will continue to die as the result of suicide chat rooms unless something is done." Simon is one of many young people whose deaths have been linked to suicide websites in recent years ­ the most recent was a 13-year-old girl in Lytham St Anne's, Lancashire.

Grieving parents want websites and chat rooms that promote suicide to be banned.

His father, Paul Kelly, has been campaigning since his son's death, five years ago, to close down pro-suicide chat rooms and websites.