MPs, peers and staff at the Houses of Parliament have tried to access ‘adult’ websites using their work computers 309,316 times over the past year, according to official figures.
Almost 850 attempts to click on pornographic websites were blocked each day, the Huffington Post UK reports.
The revelations will be awkward for David Cameron who has demanded that internet service providers do more to stop children viewing inappropriate content online.
A response to a Freedom of Information request uncovered the number of staff trying to access adult content online between May 2012 and July this year. Continue reading