But for Red Ed you grandstanding little Tyke playing opportunism games demanding investigations, will you reveal your Labour (Democrat) Lord now facing 12 cases of sexual molestation of minors, or shall we? Well, you Nasal snotty nosed half wit, how about YOU outing him? You have a weeks or we blow his cover. You do the crime, you do the time!
Every sordid one of you will be exposed. Time is up.
Now the main case today. There may have been establishment cover-up of child abuse claims to 'protect the system', says Lord Tebbit.
The former Tory party chairman claimed there was a mindset in the 1980s which has been to shown to have gone "spectacularly wrong" because incidents of abuse grew. OK so lets take them down now. No mercy. Jail the lot!
A dossier of allegations of abuse was first passed to then-Home Secretary Leon Brittan (left) by Tory MP Geoffrey Dickens in 1983, but it has been lost or destroyed
- Ex-Tory party chairman says it was 'more important to protect the system'
- Says it was 'spectacularly wrong' because the abuses have 'grown'
- Government says 114 secret files on paedophile cases have gone missing
- Labour MP Keith Vaz condemns loss of files on an 'industrial scale'
- Four new cases of alleged child abuse are to be investigated by the police
- Top lawyer to investigate handling of dossier alleging paedophile activity
- Dossier was passed to Home Secretary Leon Brittan but subsequently lost
- Government refuses to order an Hillsborogh-style wide-ranging inquiry
By Matt Chorley
6 July 2014
|Former Tory party chairman Lord Tebbit |
claimed there was a mindset in the 1980s
to protect the system
The former Tory party chairman claimed there was a mindset to ‘protect the system’ which has been to shown to have gone ‘spectacularly’ wrong because incidents of abuse grew.
The Home Office has ordered a full-scale legal inquiry into claims of an Establishment cover-up, after admitting it has lost 114 files including a dossier relating to allegations of abuse.
David Cameron is to appoint a top lawyer to investigate the Government’s handling of a dossier alleging high-level paedophile activity.
The file was first passed to Home Secretary Leon Brittan by Tory MP Geoffrey Dickens in 1983 – but subsequently lost.
Mark Sedwill, the Home Office permanent secretary, said a massive review of 746,000 Home Office files covering 1979 to 1999 had identified ‘573 relevant files which had been retained’.