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Enacting a statutory duty of care to protect children from online harms must be Boris Johnson’s "utmost priority,” says the NSPCC, amid calls for it to be prioritised in next week’s Queen's Speech.

In a speech at a conference on online child abuse today (Wed), Peter Wanless, the NSPCC’s chief executive, will urge the Prime Minister to include the duty in Monday’s Queen’s Speech, which sets out his forthcoming legislative programme, and then publish a draft bill by Easter.

"It is imperative that the Prime Minister - whoever they are - treats this issue as an utmost priority,” he will say.  “The Government must hold its nerve to respond to the online harms white paper by the end of the year and...

Enacting a statutory duty of care to protect children from online harms must be Boris Johnson’s "utmost priority,” says the NSPCC, amid calls for it to be prioritised in next week’s Queen's Speech.

In a speech at a conference on online child abuse today (Wed), Peter Wanless, the NSPCC’s chief executive, will urge the Prime Minister to include the duty in Monday’s Queen’s Speech, which sets out his forthcoming legislative programme, and then publish a draft bill by Easter.

"It is imperative that the Prime Minister - whoever they are - treats this issue as an utmost priority,” he will say.  “The Government must hold its nerve to respond to the online harms white paper by the end of the year and...

Enacting a statutory duty of care to protect children from online harms must be Boris Johnson’s "utmost priority,” says the NSPCC, amid calls for it to be prioritised in next week’s Queen's Speech.

In a speech at a conference on online child abuse today (Wed), Peter Wanless, the NSPCC’s chief executive, will urge the Prime Minister to include the duty in Monday’s Queen’s Speech, which sets out his forthcoming legislative programme, and then publish a draft bill by Easter.

"It is imperative that the Prime Minister - whoever they are - treats this issue as an utmost priority,” he will say.  “The Government must hold its nerve to respond to the online harms white paper by the end of the year and...

Enacting a statutory duty of care to protect children from online harms must be Boris Johnson’s "utmost priority,” says the NSPCC, amid calls for it to be prioritised in next week’s Queen's Speech.

In a speech at a conference on online child abuse today (Wed), Peter Wanless, the NSPCC’s chief executive, will urge the Prime Minister to include the duty in Monday’s Queen’s Speech, which sets out his forthcoming legislative programme, and then publish a draft bill by Easter.

"It is imperative that the Prime Minister - whoever they are - treats this issue as an utmost priority,” he will say.  “The Government must hold its nerve to respond to the online harms white paper by the end of the year and...