- by theguardian
- 04 Dec 2022
The government has been criticised for endangering children by failing to pass its online safety bill, after it confirmed that the change of prime minister had caused yet another delay to the proposed legislation.
With no known date for when the bill will return to the Commons, internet safety groups warned that any further delay would continue to place children at risk.
The bill was due to return to the Commons next week, but has been withdrawn from the parliamentary schedule because of the chaos surrounding the resignation of Liz Truss as prime minister. It had previously been planned for late summer, but was then delayed to the autumn as a result of the chaos surrounding the resignation of Boris Johnson as prime minister.
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