You can’t make it up, for “truth is stranger than fiction, as Mark Twain said: because it is obliged to stick to possibilities; Truth isn’t.”
Fortunately there are MPs who stick their necks out! John Hemming MP says on Channel IV News: ‘it is far too easy for powerful people who get away with wrongdoings’.
Mentioned in this Daily Mail article with lots of good links between ‘powerful people’ are:
- Simon Danczuk – one of the Magnificent Seven who initiated the request for an inquiry
- John Mann ‘If Fiona Woolf is friends with Leon Brittan, that is a problem. If that’s the case, she shouldn’t have accepted the job. She needs to move straight away to clear the air – it would be a catastrophe to lose a second chairman.
- Keith Vaz, Chairman of the Home Affairs Committee, said that he would call Mrs Woolf to give evidence before his influential Home Affairs Select Committee, adding: ‘I am sure she will want to be as open and transparent as possible.’
The excellently informed Mr Coleman wrote already two days ago:
Aangirfan, the blog with even more detailed information for years publishes:
Exaro News published already on 01 September:
- Scotland Yard delays 200 charges over claims of child sexual abuse
- and Google suppresses the same post on the excellent Tap blog.
The needle blog which has been examining child abuse since 2012 writes
The Home Office has to take more time to think and comment.