Some 53% of parents do not use controls designed to stop their children from looking at violent or pornographic imagery, campaigners for greater online safety found.
The Internet Matters campaign also found:
- Another 48% of parents would prefer information about child internet safety to be available online.
- Some 58% of parents haven't applied any passwords.
- And 55% of parents don't monitor their child's internet usage.
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However the vote goes, bonds of blood, history and geography mean the people of the Scottish borders will stay closely linked to England.
Alex Salmond could be hailed the future leader of a new country, but there is still no agreement on how an independent Scotland would work.
Corby has the largest Scottish exile community - although they are not entitled to vote, if they could it would be an overwhelming "No".