Fewer than one in five of us say we'd take action immediately if we felt a young person we knew was facing abuse, according to figures from the NSPCC.
ITV Daybreak spoke to John Cameron from the NSPCC who said that people shouldn't be over anxious when calling the NSPCC for advice.
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