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The World Health Organisation has criticised UK rules governing junk food advertising to children. A new report by the organisation says the exemption of family programmes from a ban means that children can still be targeted by businesses, despite a superficial ban on advertising to children.
Keith Vaz said there needed to be greater levels of education and awareness among the young for the potential for on-line spying through webcams to be addressed. ...
Downing Street has said the Government is taking a “new and different approach” towards tackling the causes of child poverty. After new figures today showed as ma...
Shadow Media Minister Helen Goodman said filtering internet content with SafeSearch and similar filters was an issue of child protection, not free speech. Present...
Labour party press release Helen Goodman MP, Labour's Shadow Media Minister, commenting ahead of Labour's Opposition Day debate on protecting children from abuse o...
Labour will table a vote in the House of Commons to protect the current childcare ratios. While the Deputy Prime Minister said that the changes will not go ahead las...
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