Taking a photo up a woman's skirt without her consent is set to become a specific crime, with a Bill going to Commons today
For centuries proud Scotsmen have vehemently denied that their national dress is a skirt. Now it has been confirmed that men in kilts will be protected by a proposed law to make upskirting a criminal offence.Taking pictures under someone’s clothing without their consent is already illegal in Scotlan[...]
A SHOWDOWN meeting took place between embattled Christchurch MP Sir Christopher Chope and the local party chairman this week.
Theresa May will unveil new laws to make "upskirting" a criminal offence as she condemned it as a "hideous invasion of privacy".[...]
People who take “upskirt” pictures could face two years in prison and be added to the sex offenders register under a new bill being laid before parliament. Theresa May confirmed that a government bill to tackle upskirting will be introduced in the Commons on Thursday, allowing MPs to debate the issue before the summer recess.[...]
THE government will introduce a Bill criminalising upskirting following the failure of a private members’ bill by Lib Dem MP Wera Hobhouse last week, when Conservative backbencher Sir Christopher Chope blocked it. The bill was expected to sail through the Commons last Friday, but parliamentary rules mean it only required one MP to shout ‘object’... View Article[...]
The PM says a government bill on upskirting will be put forward on Thursday.[...]
The Prime Minister backed the campaign to get the vile practice outlawed, saying perverts who carry it out leave victims ‘degraded and distressed’[...]