Byline: SINEAD KING
MEMBERS of a cross-community anti-joyriding campaign were hoping for a major victory last night after messages of support began rolling in from across Britain.
West Belfast-based Families Bereaved Through Car Crime, which was set up with the support of The People, has fought hard to get its message heard.
And now it's hoping for a change in the law which will put joyriding thugs behind bars for longer.
Last week campaigners took their message to Westminster - to Prime Minister's door - with a petition signed by thousands of Ulster people.
Now the trail-blazing group, which is backed by unionists and nationalists, has …