The widow of Pc Andrew Harper has said she is “not going to stop” on her campaign to get the law changed in his name.

Lissie Harper wants to see the introduction of Harper’s Law – a mandatory life sentence for those who kill emergency workers due to a criminal act.

Appearing on Good Morning Britain (GMB), Mrs Harper said she hoped Home Secretary Priti Patel would “continue to show her support” for the campaign when she speaks at the Police Federation of England and Wales conference on Wednesday.

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Mrs Harper said she was “outraged” over the sentences handed to the three teenagers convicted over her husband’s death.

Henry Long, 19, was sentenced in July to 16 years and 18-year-olds Jessie Cole and Albert Bowers were handed 13 years in custody over the manslaughter of the Thames Valley Police traffic officer.

“I thought, well this isn’t right, this is not justice. Our justice system is here for a reason and it’s not working,” she told GMB.

She said of her campaign: “I’m not going to stop until we get it as soon as possible.”

Asked what she would like to say about her Pc husband, who was killed in the line of duty, Lissie Harper told Good Morning Britain: “Andrew was just the epitome of a police officer.”

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She continued: “He was devoted and dedicated to his job, but also he was just a kind and loving person, and we all miss him very much.

“That’s partly why I’m doing Harper’s Law, because somebody needs to stand up for the protectors and the people that are protecting the public.

“And if no one else is going to do it then I certainly will and he’d be right here beside me fighting as well.”