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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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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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Police corruption driven by CPS and ministers

Police corruption driven by CPS and ministers

Recent revelations regarding the murder 20 years ago of Stephen Lawrence have demonstrated further police corruption at the highest level, adding to the long list of dishonest activities by police officers who are supposedly there to uphold the law. However, the reason for so much police corruption can be laid directly at the door of…

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Re-introduce anonymity for defendants in sexual abuse cases

Re-introduce anonymity for defendants in sexual abuse cases

After yet another high-profile case is lost by the CPS, this time in the trial of William Roache, it is time to reintroduce anonymity for defendants accused of sexual abuse or rape. At the very mention of the subject, women’s groups, child protection “experts”, the (some would say rather unreliable) NSPCC and other so-called ‘charities’…

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Lord Rennard should not give in to ambitious feminists

Lord Rennard should not give in to ambitious feminists

Whilst the Liberal Democrats involve themselves in the inevitable bloodbath that is to follow possible legal action by the Liberal peer, Lord Rennard, feminist activists are using the whole affair as an excuse to advance their own damaging agenda. TheOpinionSite.org has never been a great supporter of feminists or the politically engineered advancement of women…

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CPS and police remain silent after man cleared of historic abuse

CPS and police remain silent after man cleared of historic abuse

Police and Crown Prosecution Service officials declined the opportunity to make their customary statement from the steps of Liverpool Crown Court after a man had been cleared of 40 year old allegations of historic abuse against children and after he had been extradited from Canada; the only evidence against him was the accounts of the…

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Cameron’s moral crusade is all about state control

Cameron’s moral crusade is all about state control

David Cameron’s moral crusade, based around ‘protecting children’ from everything evil or harmful, has very little to do with child protection but has everything to do with increasing government control of the lives of the rest of us. More so even than the previous Blairite government, Cameron has ignored the rights of adults to live…

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Can the Police be Trusted? Probably not

Can the Police be Trusted? Probably not

Recent events such as Hillsborough, the death of Ian Tomlinson and the now infamous Plebgate affair involving the former cabinet minister, Andrew Mitchell have caused the British public to question whether or not police officers can be trusted. TheOpinionSite.org has to join those who are now asking, “Can the British police be trusted ever again?”…

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Early release ended by Grayling in right wing bidding war

In a blatantly political move, Justice Secretary, Chris Grayling has announced that the automatic early release of prisoners convicted of child rape or certain terrorist offences is to be scrapped. What Grayling has not said clearly and publicly is that this is simply a first step towards scrapping early release altogether for all offences; something…

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