Tory MP Peter Heaton-Jones, said the decision by a grieving father's to allow his nine-year-old daughter's organs to be used to save four lives should serve as ab "inspiration" to others.
Tory MP Peter Heaton-Jones, who represents Keira's family, said the case demonstrated how "more organs means more saved lives".
He said: "This could be an inspiration to ensure that they too sign up for organ donation and will give them strength if they have to face similar circumstances.
"Even more pleasing on the Max story is something I didn't know, and was brought to my attention by the member for North Devon, who represents the donor family, the Ball family, whose daughter Keira was killed in a terrible car crash, the most unfortunate incident, who gave her heart.
Speaking to Mr Robinson, she said: "I'm very grateful to him for bringing this Bill and to confirm that the Government will give its wholehearted support." Ms Doyle-Price added that the Government would be referring to the changes as Max's Law, after nine-year-old Max Johnson, who benefited from a heart transplant.