This harrowing film shows how 15-year-old Kayleigh Haywood was groomed over Facebook before being raped and murdered.

The film by Leicestershire Police aims to ask teenagers to stop and think before texting strangers.

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Cailin Horwood's 12-year-old son was walking from Somervale, in Midsomer Norton, when a 'light blue Mini' pulled up alongside him.

The driver tried 'several times' to get the young boy into his car, she said.

Although her son ran away, Cailin fears the man could strike again.

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Stranger danger: Man tries to lure boy into his car
Girls in the UK are missing school because they cannot afford sanitary protection.

Girls 'too poor' to buy sanitary protection missing school
The baby is reported to have suffocated after the bow slipped down over her nose

Parents warned over big bow headbands after death of 14-week-old baby

Across the country, today, there are children spending the day in fear. Too frightened to go to school. Too frightened to speak out. Too frightened to tell anyone. Across the country, today, children are being bullied.

As part of 'This Morning's Be Kind' campaign we want you to watch this video. You'll hear from two mums whose children took their own lives as a result of the...
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WARNING: This video contains disturbing footage of domestic violence.

Detective Chief Superintendent Matt Hutchinson said: "I hope the video that has been released by West Mids Police helps people understand the true dangers of domestic abuse and how brutal it can be for someone who is being hurt by their partner.

"In this instance the victim has shown real bravery in working with police to...
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Watch shocking footage showing true horror of domestic violence
Adrian Derbyshire, 42, of Cheshire, has shared pictures of his daughter on life support in hospital minutes before she died after hanging herself due to being tormented by online bullies.

Dad shares photo of girl who 'hanged herself to end bullying'
If you think someone needs to talk, remind them that Childline is here 24/7 for guidance and support on 0800 1111. To find out more about #ToughToTalk, visit: [ Link ]
It's simple. Sign up for your free fundraising pack bursting with ideas for the big day and get together with friends or family to play your favourite board games.

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There are many reasons why a child or young person may self-harm – from bullying and feeling under pressure at school, to relationship problems. But sometimes they might not understand why they’ve decided to hurt themselves and it can be hard for them to stop. Today is Self-injury Awareness Day so we're highlighting some of the ways that young people can deal with their emotions before they...
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You may have seen the grooming storyline on Coronation Street. Grooming can happen in person or online, by a stranger, a friend, someone in the family or someone professional. As groomers build emotional connections to gain trust, young people may not understand that what's happening to them is abuse, and the signs aren't always obvious to a parent or carer. If you're worried that a child may...
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The UK has some weird laws. It's illegal to:

- wear a suit of armour in Parliament
- carry a plank along a pavement
- handle a salmon in suspicious circumstances.

Yet, incredibly, until recently it wasn't always illegal for an adult to send a sexual message to a child.

Almost 2 years ago, you helped the NSPCC persuade the Government to change the Flaw in the Law. They brought forward new...
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Email the Justice Secretary to help us fix the Flaw in the Law