A 15-year-old schoolboy from Kent is trying to change children's employment laws after being sacked from his paper round. Myles Bebbington, who began working for a local newsagent when aged 13, was allegedly told not to return to work after his mother complained about a proposed change to his start time from 7am to 6.30am. A Tribunal has ruled that Myles was not technically employed so could not have been unfairly dismissed. Myles is reported to have said: "I miss the job. It was my exercise and main source of income. This case is important because, if I win, children's employment issues will be resolved". His case has been taken on by the Children's Legal Centre, who plan to challenge the decision.