Gosport MP shows support for internet safety organisation

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Caroline Dinenage is supporting a campaign to keep children safe online.

The MP for Gosport attended a drop-in session at parliament organised by Internet Matters on Stand Up to Bullying day.

Ms Dinenage met Carolyn Bunting, the general manager of Internet Matters, and spoke to her about their work in giving families practical and simple advice to keeping children safe on the internet.

She said: ‘Internet safety is vital in this day and age for children. I am pleased that so many organisations are working together to help combat online issues that children face.

‘I recently visited Haselworth Primary School in Gosport to take part in their Google Internet Legends assembly teaching them about internet safety and I was encouraged at how engaged they were.’

The drop-in session was held ahead of a House of Comments debate on online abuse.

For more information visit internetmatters.org