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Child abuse inquiry is being deliberately sabotaged by Government
Key Excerpts from Article on Website of The Telegraph (One of the UK's leading newspapers)

The Telegraph (One of the UK's leading newspapers), December 22, 2014
Posted: January 11th, 2015

The Government is deliberately sabotaging the inquiry into historic claims of child abuse to protect high profile figures, a Labour MP has claimed. A letter leaked at the weekend showed that Theresa May, the Home Secretary, is considering abandoning the current panel, amid a catalogue of problems including the resignations of two chairman. [Labour MP Simon Danczuk] told BBC Radio 4s Today Programme: If Government are set on doing this then it can be achieved, but you cant help thinking that they arent intent on getting this right. Theres a catalogue of mistakes that have been made, some of them fairly basic, and you cant blame the survivors of child abuse for wondering [if] some of this is quite deliberate. Asked why the Government would want to sabotage the probe, he went on: Well, because they dont want to get to the truth. The Home Secretary in this process is in complete disarray. Were not moving forward and its been six months now. I think that people will turn to more direct action and you can hardly blame them. Peter Saunders, of the National Association for People Abused in Childhood, [says that] The only people who want to see this fail, to not get off the ground and to not do the work that it potentially would be able to do are abusers themselves or those people who have covered up in the past. I have yet to encounter any survivors themselves who have any confidence in the process and in the panel as it is currently constituted."

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