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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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Are the British really a nation of sex offenders?

Are the British really a nation of sex offenders?

After the report into the apparent sexual offending of Jimmy Savile, the Director of Public Prosecutions, Kier Starmer, has effectively announced that the prosecution of those accused of sexual offences against children is to be made even easier by further lowering the bar – or ’level of proof’ – required before police can be authorised…

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Conservatives offer many offenders no alternative to prison

Conservatives offer many offenders no alternative to prison

Today the Chancellor, George Osborne gave his Autumn Statement or ‘mini budget’ to the Commons and announced no help for the unemployed and certainly no hope for unemployed ex-offenders; indeed, in monetary and most other terms, if you have a criminal record and cannot pay your bills, you may well be better off in prison…

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Cameron frightened of questioning alleged abuse claims

Cameron frightened of questioning alleged abuse claims

When David Cameron was handed a list of supposed paedophiles on breakfast television a few days ago, he certainly appeared to be rattled and some observers might suggest the prime minister looked positively frightened – and so he might; not least because Cameron has, like all politicians except the greatly missed Claire Curtis Thomas, been…

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