The Prime Minister announced radical proposals today, which he believes will help protect children from the 'corrupting influence' of left-wing websites.
Under the plans, internet service providers are to be given six months to devise and implement an effective filtering system. Perverted adults will still be able to access the offensive material, however they will first have to contact their ISP in order to opt-in.
Speaking to reporters, Mr Cameron said: 'Research shows us that one in three under-tens has viewed a left-wing website, while four out of five children aged 14 to 16 admit to regularly accessing leftist material online. It is therefore clear that we must act now in order to protect Britain’s future.'
When challenged, he brushed aside calls to preserve the status quo, which places responsibility on parents to monitor their children’s online habits. He retorted: 'With so many degenerate left-wing adults in this country, the government simply must do the honourable thing and step in.'
If legislation does prove necessary, the likelihood of a Liberal Democrat rebellion appears remote, with strong rumours suggesting that Nick Clegg has brokered a deal with the Prime Minister allowing the exemption of pro-Lib Dem websites.
Cameron's announcement came only days after a special edition of Panorama lifted the lid on the depravity of online leftism. Whilst softcore sites contain only mildly objectionable content such as the espousal of racial equality, the hardcore sites stoop so low as to advocate economic equality.