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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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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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Benefit cuts and JSA sanctions causing crime increase

Benefit cuts and JSA sanctions causing crime increase

Cuts to Social Security benefits such as Job Seekers Allowance (JSA) and Employment Support Allowance (ESA) are causing an increase in acquisitive crimes including shoplifting, petty theft and non-domestic burglary. In addition, the punitive sanctions imposed on the unemployed and those receiving benefits, supposedly but not necessarily for breaching the rules, are causing untold misery,…

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Police fail to condemn anti-paedophile vigilantes despite victim suicide

Police fail to condemn anti-paedophile vigilantes despite victim suicide

Leicestershire police have refused to condemn an anti-paedophile vigilante group that calls itself ‘Letzgo Hunting’, despite the fact that a victim of the group who had not even been charged by police later committed suicide. It is believed that the man who hanged himself could have been driven to suicide by the potential stigma of…

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False abuse allegations may increase after new guidelines

False abuse allegations may increase after new guidelines

The recent acquittal of former news tycoon Eddie Shah, after being found not guilty of raping a 12 year old girl years ago, demonstrates clearly that despite the bleating of NAPAC, the NSPCC and other so-called ‘charities’, complainants of ‘historic’ abuse do not always tell the truth. Despite new guidelines given to the police and…

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Conservatives celebrate Bedroom Tax victory and new Protection Orders

Conservatives celebrate Bedroom Tax victory and new Protection Orders

Conservatives are celebrating their latest High Court victory, this time involving the Bedroom Tax and the government goes ahead with the introduction of an almost limitless Public Space Protection Order which could potentially allow any specified behaviour or activity to be made unlawful. Judges rules that the governments’ so called “bedroom tax” was not unlawful…

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Work Programme leavers face Job Centre threats and bullying

Those leaving the Work Programme can expect very little help and a great deal of bullying and intimidation As the first of the unemployed begin to leave the government’s failed Work Programme, sceptical about returning to the tender clutches of Job Centre Plus, those who have been unemployed for years are now reporting that they…

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Criticism of Ovenden sentence by charities undermines child protection

Criticism of Ovenden sentence by charities undermines child protection

The Graham Ovenden case – recently concluded with Mr Ovenden walking free from court with a suspended sentence – has thrown into sharp relief the contempt shared by child abuse charities  when decisions in sensitive court cases do not go their way. TheOpinionSite.org believes that such criticisms of the judge’s decision from representatives of many so-called…

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Police fail to apprehend anti-paedophile vigilantes

Police fail to apprehend anti-paedophile vigilantes

British police are failing to arrest and investigate a so called ‘anti-paedophile’ vigilante group, despite one group spokesman admitting on BBC Radio that his organisation is knowingly acting “outside of the law”. The group – whose name we will not publish as we do not believe it deserves publicity on TheOpinionSite.org – admits trapping potential…

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