20 October 2013 Last updated at 10:21
Internet child abuse [sic] 'clampdown' by new UK-US agency
"Police Minister Damian Green Damian Green will co-chair a new cross-border agency that fights against online child abuse. [sic]
Criminals who trade in child abuse images [sic]
are to be targeted in a new British-American task force.
Police Minister Damian Green will fly to the US later to formalise arrangements for the new body.
The agency will be co-chaired by Mr Green and US Attorney General Eric Holder.
Mr Green said: "Child abuse and exploitation online are not restricted by borders and our efforts to combat them should not be either."
"This agreement will only strengthen our ability to crack down on this sickening [sic] crime."
Damian Green Police Minister
He went on: "British and American parents rightly expect us to do all we can to protect our children and that is why I want to agree to a much closer working relationship in this area.
Mr Green will sign a memorandum of understanding between the two countries in the next few days."
"The Sun on Sunday reported that as part of the trip Mr Green will meet senior figures within the FBI, Homeland Security and other law enforcement agencies."
PUBLISHED: 00:32, 20 October 2013 | UPDATED: 00:32, 20 October 2013
New deal to be signed between America and the UK to tackle internet child abuse [sic]
">Task force will be formed to tackle child abuse over the internet
>New body will be chaired by Tory Minister Damian Green
>Mr Green said child abuse [sic] isn't restricted by borders and neither should efforts to combat it. [NWO]"