The star of stage and screen has recorded a short message encouraging people to contact the NSPCC helpline services if they suspect that a child is in danger.
Our national campaign urges the public to contact the NSPCC helpline if they are worried about a child and report their concerns.
The NSPCC lobbied candidates in the election and we are continuing to work with the new coalition government.
The NSPCC has called on parliamentary candidates to 'stand for children' and back a new law to ensure social workers see at-risk children alone.
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