Metropolitan Police officer was moved 'from child abuse inquiry'

Now the controversy has motivated a former senior police officer to expose another cover up. Secrets don't stay buried. Big questions now, who and why.


Clive Driscoll: "I passed the names on that had been passed to me as potential suspects"

BBC News
By Laura Kuenssberg
15 July 2014

A former senior Metropolitan Police officer says he was moved from his post when he revealed plans to investigate politicians over child abuse claims.

Clive Driscoll says his inquiry into 1980s London children's homes was "all too uncomfortable to a lot of people".

He also believes there were "disruption tactics" within the Met during his inquiry that led to the conviction of two of Stephen Lawrence's killers.

The Met defended its murder inquiry and said Lambeth investigations continued.

List of suspects

Mr Driscoll told BBC Newsnight that while conducting a 1998 inquiry into allegations of abuse in children's homes in Lambeth, south London, in the 1980s, he was passed a list of suspects' names, including politicians, that he wanted to investigate.

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