Protecting Children From Harm

One of the Bills in the Queen’s Speech that was announced on 18 May was the ‘Counter-Extremism and Safeguarding Bill’. The Bill will “give law enforcement agencies new powers to protect vulnerable people – including children – from those who seek to brainwash them with extremism propaganda so we build a stronger society around our shared liberal values of tolerance and respect.” In this article,Morris Hill and Ken Slade are part of the Education Team at national law firm Weightmans LLP, explore what it means. Leadership Briefing 11.01(121)

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