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Critics have described government plans to delay the online safety bill until the autumn as a “devastating blow” for child protection, reports CYP Now. The bill, which includes measures to safeguard children from online harms, is in its final stages and was due to be discussed in parliament next week.However, following the resignation of Prime Minister Boris Johnson, it has been delayed until the end of the ongoing Conservative leadership contest in September. A tweet from Barnardo’s added: “Every day we don’t make the internet safer for children is another day they are at risk of abuse and exposure to harmful material. Protecting children from online harms is an urgent issue that shouldn’t be delayed.” Read the full report from CYP Now.

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