Human Rights Committee Asks Government For Details About Its Child Spies

Thank you RR for exposing another very disturbing development.
What about the parents who produced these children, their family, human rights and the LIMITS of state intervention in established family life?
Can someone please tell Big Brother that the parallel universe nanny state’s (and their ENABLERS) inhabit are INCOMPATIBLE with democracy and (proper) rule of law.

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After it was revealed in July that the Home Office was using children to spy on behalf of the government, and had pushed for legislation to extend the amount of time child spies could work without review, a prominent Human Rights Committee has now requested detailed information about the scheme.

The legislation, which came into force on 20th July, increases the amount of time children can work as spies without review from one, to four months. The proposed legislation raised eyebrows in the House of Lords, which led to a report by the Secondary Legislation Scrutiny Committee. The dossier set down Committee members’ concerns about the extension and how it might affect the wellbeing of children involved in the scheme.

The news that the government was using children as spies was met with anger online. Several Child welfare organisations and MPs were left disgusted by the practice, with some…

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