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Child sex offenders who are caught before they can abuse a minor could face up to 14 years in prison under a proposed shake-up of… Read More »Child sex offenders caught before they abuse minors could face tougher sentences
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The government says its new internet laws will help keep children safe and combat racism and other abuse. The draft Online Safety Bill includes: Ofcom,… Read More »Gov says new online safety bill will keep people safe but not everyone is convinced