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The internet is a 'lawless jungle that will soon be too dangerous for children to use', a former government adviser has warned

The internet can be a dangerous place for a depressed teenager – and the law must reflect that

Pro-suicide sites aimed at teenagers should be policed with the same vigour as online pornography and violence

A teenage girl logs onto Facebook

Maybe it’s time I stopped forcibly unplugging my 16-year-old from the internet

Teenagers aren’t harmed by spending much of their lives online, research says. So why do I still worry?

Jeremy Forrest is the same sad old story of opportunism

Girls have crushes on teachers. We have a right to expect teachers not to exploit this

The difficult case of Neon Roberts: I would flout any law for my child too

The problem with human rights is that we all have them

Sex for tuition fees: Beware the student sponsors after a dirty bargain

Higher fees mean students have to go to extraordinary lengths to raise money. This will be a step too far for most, however

E Jane Dickson: Ask the 'everyday experts'? Mums and dads have got enough to worry about

More parents than ever are facing a juggling act to find childcare this summer

E Jane Dickson: A goldfish government that can't recall anything

Cameron is not the only politician to suffer memory lapse. The fog is general all over Westminster

Child-proof: more consumer pressure is needed to keep porn from youngsters

E Jane Dickson: Here's how parents should shield their children

Yesterday David Cameron called for renewed consultation on default blocking of internet porn.

E Jane Dickson: Fake breasts and public health – a perfect storm

The breasts muddle is just a snapshot of what we can expect with the Health Bill and its muddle of provision
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