Large article at the top of page 20 in today's - 6th November 2016 - Sunday Observer, the 'sister' newspaper in the UK of The Guardian which only prints Monday to Saturday.
The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children - NSPCC - is the UK's leading children's charity, specialising in child protection and are the only UK children's charity with statutory powers and that means they can take action to safeguard children at risk of abuse.
The headline in the web version is slightly different, but the rest of the article appears to be the same
NSPCC rejects plan for 'mandatory reporting' of suspected child abuse
The government’s consultation on reporting and acting on child abuse and neglect was launched amid concerns about past abuse in some of the country’s major institutions. High-profile inquiries, such as that into the paedophile Jimmy Savile, revealed how many people suspected abuse but failed to report their fears.
Under the new proposal teachers, doctors and other employees in regulated professions who work with children would be legally obliged to report suspicions that a child was being abused. However, the plan has been rejected by the NSPCC.
The article goes on to explain that submissions to the government's consultation regarding mandatory reporting reveal:
AGAINST Mandatory Reporting
FOR Mandatory Reporting