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Sex education in schools needs to tackle the impact of youngsters watching pornography, a new report has said. Research commissioned by the Children Commissioner’s office warns that children who view pornography at a young age are more likely to engage in “risky” sexual behaviour.
Age ratings will be given to a range of video content that is currently exempt - such as some music and sports DVDs - so that those unsuitable for younger children w...
Labour press release Kate Green MP, Labour’s Shadow Minister for Equalities, responding to today’s report from the Office of the Children’s Commissioner, said: ...
NUT press release Pupil Absence Commenting on the figures published today for Pupil Absence in Schools in England during autumn term 2012, Christine Blower, Gener...
Labour party press release Stephen Twigg MP, Labour's Education Secretary, responding to today's NEET Statistics, said: "There are an extra 32,000 young people ...
Michael Gove said free schools were an example of “local democracy in action” “No free school can be set up, no free school can survive, unless parents want it. S...
24/05/2013 on Labour
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22/05/2013 on BBC News
22/05/2013 on Today, BBC Radio 4
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