Sarah Champion, Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Adult Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse, called on the Government to introduce a statutory right to paid time off work for victims who are attending court as a witness during Justice Oral Questions on Tuesday 12 March.
Today the NSPCC are making recommendations to Government on the steps it should take to better protect children online.
As the internet has come to dominate our lives, the risks to children have increasingly become more apparent. The NSPCC proposals set out the crucial steps Government must take to get on top of the spread of child sexual abuse imagery and grooming online.
Sarah Champion, MP for Rotherham, has responded to the publication of the Government’s draft Domestic Abuse Bill. The bill includes several measures including defining economic abuse as a form of domestic abuse for the first time, new protection orders to mandate perpetrator’s to take part in rehabilitation programmes and the creation of a Domestic Abuse Commissioner.