6 Year Olds Can Get Hardcore Porn And More With UK Legal Loophole

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Well oh dear, this isn’t good for our government. During the recent Digital Britain report, it was discovered that the the Video Recordings Act that was brought in by Margaret Thatcher’s government in 1984 never actually got passed by the European Commission because we failed to tell them about it. This means that for the past 25 years the Video Recordings Act has been a fake law and until today’s government brings in a new law and gets it passed, anyone can go buy anything that is meant for adults, such as 18 rated games and DVDs as the media have been nothing, but more worryingly, hardcore porn. (Wait, people still get porn not on the internet?)

Although people who have been prosecuted under the law won’t be given any benefits, anyone who was currently awaiting trial under the law is free to go, because right now it is perfectly legal to sell adult entertainment to minors. Of course this is hugely embarrassing for the Tories as well as the government and an emergency legislation will be made as soon as possible but until then, there is no law for adult material. While I could take advantage of this, I feel no need to but it is obvious that people will. The only thing left to say is, how has this got unnoticed for 25 years?

Source: BBC News

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