Attorney-General Christian Porter says paedophiles were too often given short sentences and released into the community without supervision and said: “sexual crimes against children destroy lives”.
Offenders would face mandatory minimum sentences under the bill which would also limit bail for repeat offenders. Several new offences would also be created, targeting those who administer websites that distribute child sexual abuse material.
It would also create offences for when someone subjects a child to cruel, inhumane or degrading treatment, or which causes a child to die.
A user discovered he had been given access to dozens of video recordings of other patients’ consultations. A follow-up check by Babylon revealed a small number of further UK users could also see others’ sessions.
A user who found over 50 videos of patient consultations said “you don’t expect to see anything like that when you’re using a trusted app. It’s shocking to see such a monumental error has been made.”
The firm said it had since fixed the issue and notified regulators.
Kent County Council Receives Additional Funding for Unaccompanied Minors
Kent County Council was caring for 450 unaccompanied minors in April, compared with 257 in April 2019.
Kent County Council’s deputy leader, Peter Oakford said: “We currently have four reception centres and with the quarantine laws that have been put into place at the moment we are breaking at the seams and don’t quite know what to do next”.