Published in: openDemocracyUKWho’ll protect children’s rights as we leave the EU?
From privacy-busting surveillance to poverty-inducing cuts, childrens’ rights are being trampled on – and as young people reach voting age, they won’t forget.
Published in: digitaLibertiesChild safeguarding cloaks state surveillance and data exploitation
Child safeguarding is being used to get away with 24/7 surveillance. The government must not misuse 'child safeguarding' as a false flag in data protection, and apply new rules to everyone but itself.
Published in: ourNHSWhy is the government putting health watchdogs on the leash of ‘promoting economic growth’?
Lord Tunnicliffe asked in Parliament on November 20, 2014: “are these new clauses a licence for regulators to approve regulations that kill people to save money?”