Rape victims could be discouraged from coming forward if new guidelines force them to hand over their phones to police, MPs from across the political divide have warned.
Schools Minister Nick Gibb believes politics has become far too negative. He tells Sebastian Whale that he’s determined to cut through the Brexit noise and make the positive case for the government’s education plans
Conservative MP Richard Graham writes "Parliament and government should take the first step of a new gambling levy to speed up work on both prevention and cure".
Social media companies will face massive fines or being blocked in the UK altogether if they fail to remove harmful or illegal content from their platforms.
Social media firms are to be warned that they face being banned from Britain unless they can crackdown on terrorist content and combat child sex abuse online under new duty of care laws.
A lobbying company run by Conservative former election strategist Sir Lynton Crosby has been linked to an online advertising campaign urging MPs to get behind a hard Brexit.
Tech companies could be forced to allow bereaved parents access to the social media accounts of their children after they die, PoliticsHome has learned.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling writes to criticise a report paid for by the bookmaking companies, who are likely to be most affected by changes to fixed odds betting terminal (FOBT) stake levels.
Coca-Cola European Partners has revealed the dates and locations for the Official Coca-Cola Premier League Trophy Tour, which will give fans the opportunity to have their photograph taken with the Premier League trophy and enjoy some unique football experiences.
MPs have torn into the BBC for the "failures" behind a multimillion pound overspend and near-five year delay in building its new EastEnders studio.
Britain’s main market regulators must do much more to prove that they can protect consumers amid concerns they appear “detached” from people’s problems, the official spending watchdog has said.
Scottish National Party MP Ronnie Cowan writes ahead of his Westminster Hall debate today on Gambling-related harm.
Labour MP Jo Stevens says today’s publication of the DCMS Committee report into Live Music reveals the gulf between the lucrative end of the live music market and the huge challenges facing those at the other end.
Social media addiction may need to be classed as a disease to combat a "crisis" in young people's health, MPs have said.
Chris Elmore MP, chair of the all-party group on social media and young people's mental health and wellbeing, says it is time for politicians to tackle a problem hiding in "plain sight".
Social media platforms have a responsibility to “clean up their platforms” or risk doing “the terrorists’ work for them”, Home Secretary Sajid Javid has warned.
Theresa May has urged social media sites to remove all footage and "propaganda" connected to the gunman who carried out the Christchurch terror attack.
This is an opportunity to be on the right side of history. It’s time to ensure every child is finally kept safe online, says the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC).
Tech giants have accused the Government of putting billions of pounds of investment in the UK economy at risk by planning to slap a new tax on their activities.
Diane Abbott has insisted she would be willing to appear on Question Time again despite the race row which erupted after she was last a panellist on the show.
Liberal Democrat Lords Spokesperson for Education & former Primary School headteacher, Lord Storey, writes ahead of his Lords debate on ‘Improving the swimming and life-saving skills of children provided through schools’.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling writes following a new gambling policy announcement by Tom Watson who seeks to ensure that online gambling limits are commensurate to offline gambling in betting shops and on fixed odds betting terminals (FOBTs).
Labour peer Baroness Massey of Darwen writes following her House of Lords question on 'Strengthening controls over internet providers in the light of concerns over child bullying and suicide'.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling writes to explore legislative changes to online gambling, given that current laws "came into force during a period when internet gambling was only getting started, and smartphones hadn’t even been invented".