Prime Minister David Cameron speaking with children in March 2013.

WWF UK

A top British government aide who helped create 10 Downing Street’s controversial policy to censor online p**nography for the majority of British Internet users has resigned from his post on Monday after being arrested last month on charges of possessing child p**nography.
Patrick Rock, a longstanding Tory adviser to Prime Minister David Cameron, had served as the deputy director of policy.
The prime minister’s office confirmed to British press that it had been “made aware of a potential offense relating to child abuse imagery” on February 12, and Rock was arrested the next day at home.

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