firstname.lastname@example.org (Dr. Jai Maharaj): Mar 15 05:35AM
Theresa May warns the public still do not grasp the scale of child sex abuse in Britain, saying it is 'woven into the fabric of our society'
o Home Secretary says new inquiry will uncover more shocking allegations
o Warned the public that they are yet to grasp the full scale of the scandal
o Inquiry examine claims against NHS, schools, care homes and politicians
o May described institutional child abuse as 'the darkness in our midst'
By Laurie Hanna for MailOnline Daily Mail dailymail.co.uk Saturday, March 14, 2015
[Caption] Home Secretary Theresa May said she had agreed to remove any cut-off date for claims which can be investigated by the probe
Child sex abuse is 'woven, covertly, into the fabric' of British society, Home Secretary Theresa May has warned.
The Conservative politician announced this week that a new judge-led inquiry into historic child abuse will investigate allegations from before the 1970s.
But she said the public are yet to grasp the full scale of the scandal, with the allegations so far amounting to the 'tip of the iceberg'.
Writing in the Daily Telegraph, Mrs May said: 'We already know the trail will lead into our schools and hospitals, our churches, our youth clubs and many other institutions that should have been places of safety but instead became the setting for the most appalling abuse.
How will such films - made with deceitful intent, deceitful method and deceitful money - help reduce rape in India (or anywhere else)? Yes, we must address our own wrongs - and it certainly will help, won't it, that the rape-prone West teach us how? - google "Britain's Daughters and America's Daughters".