Internet giants and Culture Secretary, Maria Miller, have agreed fundamental changes in removing child abuse images online. At a meeting in London Maria Miller hailed the development and has also given more powers to the Internet Watch Foundation to remove pornographic images. The video gives guidance on how working together offenders can be caught
In this NSPCC video there’s guidance on how to recognise child abuse. A new 2013 study suggests reporting of abuse is slow. Previous research by the charity showed that many ignore rather than report the problem. There’s also concern kids too easily access porn on-line which leads them to become offenders
New figures on use of food banks in UK expected to shock and highlight how austerity continues to affect the community. For some time Tesco’s has supported campaign to feed the poor. In Bury St Edmunds a store was used by local charity to collect food donations for nearby Haverhill where many struggle to feed themselves.