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Half of parents know their child has been cyber bullied - but feel powerless to stop it
Millions of parents feel powerless to protect their kids online – despite 48% knowing their child has at some point experienced cyber bullying.The study of 1,400 parents, with children aged six-18, found 57% know little about how to keep their kids safe – with a third of these admitting they aren't that tech savvy.And 47% have little access to what their child is doing online, due to locked phones and console passwords.Over half (55%) of parents who feel helpless find it hard to keep up with all the online channels their child can use.The research, commissioned by The Diana Award, has been released after Downing Street hosted a closed reception with charity ambassadors Rio Ferdinand, UK youth mental health ambassador for the Department of Education, Dr Alex George, and anti-bullying young ambassadors trained by the charity.The meeting with Number 10 came as the Online Safety Bill goes through parliament.According to the research, 46% of parents fear their child knows more about technology than the older members of the house, and can cover issues up.Of the children polled, more than half (58%) wouldn’t tell their parents if someone tried to bully them online.And 45% are unsure that their parents would be able to help them anyway.The Diana Award’s spokesman, Alex Holmes, said: “The online element of modern life can make bullying behaviour far more complex.“When many of today’s parents were young, bullying behaviour – while awful – was something that happened outside or at school.“Now, the safe-space that was home is also increasingly under threat in today’s always-connected world – especially where lockdowns and school closures have encouraged bullying behaviour to seep more and more into life online.”The study also found
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Kate Ferdinand shows off washboard abs in new sun soaked bikini snaps
Kate Ferdinand showed off her bronzed tan in a bikini and fans were floored by her amazing ab definition in a new Instagram post.The 30-year-old star wore a brown string bikini which accentuated her curves, and a large brimmed sun hat as she posed for the camera in the sun.She paired the casual look with a pair of loose white cargo trousers which were worn low down on her waist to accentuate her toned stomach, and added a pair of brown slip on sandals.Kate popped out against the white wall backdrop and the camera panned away from her as ASE’s One and Only played.The former TOWIE star wrote in the caption: “90s vibes,” and signed off with a peace emoji.She also told followers that the outfit was “linked in her Instagram story” but followers seemed more interested in her natural beauty.Former Love Island star Olivia Attwood commented: “It’s the body for me,” with three heart eyed emojis.Her husband, footballer Rio Ferdinand, called her “absolutely sensational”, with a shocked face emoji.One fan joked: “I don’t think we care about the outfit,” and signed off with a flame emoji.Others called her “stunning”, “fantastic” and “unreal”.Kate recently enjoyed a night out with her husband Rio as they attended a showing of Grease: The Musical in London’s West End.The couple were joined by Rio’s brother Anton and his wife Lucy for a rare sighting of the famous group.Kate wore orange checkered trousers, white trainers, a blue blazer and a large white quilted bag while Rio wore an all black ensemble and white striped trainers.Kate has a 16-month-old with the footballer and is step-mum to his three children from his first marriage.Ferdinand was married to Rebecca Ellison, who tragically passed away from breast cancer in 2015 aged just
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