Legislation is failing, say campaigners after death of Frankie Macritchie, 9, in Looe

The death of a nine-year old boy who was killed by a dog at a caravan park in Cornwall has renewed concern over legislation which campaigners say fails to protect the public from vicious attacks.

On Sunday police named the dead boy as Frankie Macritchie from Plymouth. He was found dead in a caravan at Tencreek holiday park in Looe after he was attacked on Saturday by a “bulldog-type breed”, police said.

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