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7 June 2017, 07:17
Capital's been speaking to parliamentary candidates for the Leicester East seat, asking them how they will help to improve young people's mental health if they win the general election.
In August 2016, 15-year-old Brandon Rayat, from Evington, took his own life after being bullied at school. His parents described the bullying as "systematic, appalling and torturous''.
A Westminster Hall meeting heard he was the subject of verbal, physical and online sexual abuse after the case was taken to Parliament.
Capital's been speaking to the candidates that are hoping to win the Leicester East seat, where Brandon lived.
LABOUR - Keith Vaz
Keith Vaz did not return our request for an interview on this. However, he was involved in taking Brandon's case to parliament to call for the Education Minister to do more to stop bullying and improve support for mental health issues among young people.
CONSERVATIVES - Edward Ye Hi
LIBERAL DEMOCRAT - Nitesh Dave
INDEPENDENT - Sujata Barot
INDEPENDENT - Ian Fox
GREENS - Melanie Walkley