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‘MPs and royals could be ordered to give evidence over claims they had connections to paedophile gangs, it has been revealed.

Justice Lowell Goddard, the chairman of the landmark inquiry into historical child sex abuse, said politicians still serving at Parliament could be made to testify.

Child abuse allegations against VIPs, the Anglican and Roman Catholic churches, schools, local councils and ‘certain people of public prominence associated with Westminster’ will be among 12 areas for initial scrutiny, she announced.

The probe, set to cost up to £100million, will even look at claims the Royal Household was embroiled in the scandal. Members of the Royal Family could be called to give evidence.’


Read more: Royals and MPs may give evidence in Westminster abuse probe over claims they had connections to paedophile gangs



‘Campaigners have welcomed a “powerful” announcement that Nottinghamshire councils will be investigated over historic child sexual abuse claims at care homes.

Nottingham City Council and Nottinghamshire County Council will be scrutinised over alleged “failings to protect children in [their]care or supervision”.

Justice Lowell Goddard, chairwoman of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse, said in a speech yesterday the alleged victims would have the chance to make their voices heard in an investigation of “unprecedented” scale.

A number of allegations of historic abuse in children’s homes, previously operated by councils and other organisations, have been made, dating back to the 1950s.’

Read more: Campaigners hail ‘powerful’ investigation into child sexual abuse at Nottinghamshire councils


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‘Friends of a woman allegedly raped by the late Lord Brittan in 1967 have denied media reports that they”contradicted” her account to police.

Two women who two decades ago shared their flat in North London with the complainant, known as ‘Jane’ to protect her identity, came forward to Exaro out of anger about mis-reporting of the case by other media.’

Read more: Ex-flatmates support ‘Jane’ over rape claim against Leon Brittan


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‘Personnel records made public on Tuesday revealed that Catholic priests at St. John’s Abbey in Collegeville, Minnesota engaged in a sustained and coordinated campaign of child rape, which they took pains to keep secret from the public for decades.

According to the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, a court case brought by one of the priests’ former victims has resulted in a judge’s order for the monastery to release records on all priests and monks credibly accused of child abuse.

The documents released regarding five abusive priests on Tuesday mark the first time the monastery has opened its records to the public after being embroiled in abuse lawsuits for more than 20 years.’

Read more: Records Reveal Minnesota Priests Raped Hundreds of Kids for Decades — and Church Buried the Evidence


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‘More than 300 ‘VIPs’ are being probed by police over historical sex abuse allegations, the officer in charge of the investigations revealed.

Chief Constable Simon Bailey, of Norfolk police, revealed that 302 people in the public eye – including TV and radio personalities, athletes and politicians – were on the radar of his Operation Hydrant team following complaints.

Hydrant was set up to coordinate probes into child sex abuse at state institutions – such as hospitals, children’s homes and schools – or carried out by those with “public prominence”.
It was launched last year in the wake of the Jimmy Savile scandal and other high profile abuse cases.’

Read more: More than 300 ‘VIPs’ being probed over sex abuse in wake of Jimmy Savile scandal


get-attachment (563)‘As many as 450,000 children are thought to have been abused in England in the two years up to March 2014, according to a major new report.

Some 50,000 cases of sexual abuse were recorded by police and local authorities during this period, but the Office of the Children’s Commissioner (OCC) believes this is a major underestimate.

A study by the OCC found that around 85 percent of sexually abused young people are not receiving help and treatment.’

Read more: ‘450,000 UK child abuse cases in two years’ – report


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Police should stop complaining about budget cuts affecting their ability to conduct effective anti- terrorist operations and channel the money being spent on ‘unsubstantiated’ historical establishment child abuse investigations said Lord Lawson.

Read more: Lord Lawson: Spend the money on national security not historical child abuse inquiries

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