HISTORIC #ChildSexualAbuse #CSA debated in House of Commons on 27 November 2014


More revelations that can only lead to a clean up of the records – eventually. The sooner the better.

National Inquiry into Organised, Orchestrated & Historic Child Sexual Abuse

Here’s the link to the debate in Hansard, starting at 2.38. And here are the links to Parliament TV:

  1. Introduction
  2. Simon Danczuk MP
  3. Tim Loughton MP
  4. Sir Paul Beresford
  5. Zac Goldsmith MP
  6. John Hemming MP“The history here is all about abuse of power by employees of the state. The fact that it involves the maltreatment of children for sexual gratification makes this all the worse. For the future, we need to make it harder for state employees to conceal abuses of power. More transparency and accountability are needed, as well as less secrecy. Parliament, which is the voice of the people, has to stand on the side of the powerless. Whitehall mandarins, judges, BBC managers, council bureaucrats and professionals all have their own interests and a desire to hide mistakes. Parliament needs to balance the scales on the side of the weak-those without wealth who are crying out…

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