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U.K. Coalition Demands Action from the British Government to Pass AVA-Inspired Law

People who view images of child sex abuse could lose their homes or pensions under new US-style laws being proposed by a powerful coalition of children’s charities which is demanding action from the British government. The Children’s Charities’ Coalition on Internet Safety—which includes the likes of the NSPCC, Barnardo’s, Action for Children and the Children’s Society—will on Monday publish an open letter to Michael Gove, the justice secretary, urging him to study legislation being drafted in America that would force internet paedophiles to make financial reparations for their actions.