Today's Home Office stories include backlash by advertisers over the alleged use of YouTube videos by paedophiles, and the latest on the Shamima Begum case YouTube ads pulled over use of videos by paedophiles Brands including Nestle and Disney have suspended …
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Today's Home Office stories include the Home Secretary meeting with the family of Charlotte Brown, a new Counter-Terrorism public awareness campaign, the Home Affairs Select Committee on migrant crossings, and an Internet Watch Foundation report on online child abuse. Home Secretary meets …
Today’s Home Office stories include reports on the immigration system post Brexit, the online tool to combat child abuse, car washes linked to modern slavery and migrant boat interceptions by Border Force.
Today’s Home Office stories include an interview with the Home Secretary on Online Child Sexual Exploitation and his phone call to the Metropolitan Police Commissioner to discuss the fight against knife crime.
Today’s Home Office stories include reports on the Home Secretary's visit to the US to meet tech firms to discuss progress tackling online child sexual exploitation, and knife crime.
The Minister for Crime, Safeguarding and Vulnerability, Victoria Atkins, writes about the threat of online child abuse.
In the media today there is coverage surrounding the publication of Big Brother Watch’s report into facial recognition technology and research by the Internet Watch Foundation into the live streaming of child abuse.