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Goddard Inquiry may cause Statute of Limitations

Of the 28 member states of the EU, only the UK does not have a Statute of Limitation on sexual offences. However, if the Goddard Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) turns into a national disaster, which is likely, Britain may decide its child abuse witch hunts that make so many people so much money…

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VIP Paedophile Ring: BBC Panorama should be congratulated, not criticised

Child sexual abuse accusers should be scrutinised as closely as the accused The BBC’s Panorama programme investigating Operation Midland, the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) inquiry into an alleged VIP paedophile ring, has finally been broadcast; albeit, after a 6 month delay and much internal fighting between the Panorama team and the self-confessed ‘pro-victim’ BBC Newsroom.…

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General Election 2015: why voters have already lost

Take your pick, but don’t expect things to get better… As Britain gears up for May’s general election, preceded by two months of political diatribe, it is likely that the only winners will be politicians. The voters themselves, regardless of which way they vote, will once again be the losers. Given the corrupt nature of…

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Gaza’s children expose Britain’s weakness and hypocrisy

As Israel continues to murder Gaza’s children – and the rest of the 1 million Palestinians who live there – Britain, especially its Prime Minister David Cameron, has been exposed as being both pathetic and hypocritical. In an attempt to hide his own weakness, Cameron has authorised another £3m in aid to Gaza, a tiny…

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Cameron panicked into populist politics after UKIP success

After last week’s elections and the success of Nigel Farage’s UKIP, the three main party leaders and numerous MPs are now panicking. David Cameron has been advised he must revert to ‘populist politics’ and follow the example of Tony Blair if he wants any chance of winning next year’s general election. The success of UKIP…

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