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Tag Archives: Child sexual abuse
A response to Matthew Scott on the Goddard Inquiry
Matthew Scott, hereafter Mr Scott, has written a blog on Justice Lowell Goddard’s resignation as the Chair of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA). He explains in his opening paragraphs that the resignation is unsurprising. The Inquiry has … Continue reading
Scott vs. Watson what does Matthew Scott’s attack on Tom Watson tell us?
In his Telegraph article of 21 October 2015, Matthew Scott argues that Tom Watson’s behaviour has damaged the various Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) investigations. He makes several interrelated arguments. The first is that Mr. Watson’s intervention has diverted police resources … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Child sexual abuse, Crown Prosecution Service, Dolphin Square, Leon Brittan, Metropolitan Police Service, Sexual abuse Comments Off on Scott vs. Watson what does Matthew Scott’s attack on Tom Watson tell us?
Child Sexual Abuse: A consequence of an imperial system?
The long awaited inquiry into historical child sexual abuse has started. The Goddard Inquiry (Hereafter the Inquiry) will examine the extent to which institutions and organizations in England and Wales failed to protect children from Child Sexual Abuse (hereafter CSA). … Continue reading
Can the Goddard Inquiry succeed when civil servants hide the secrets?
The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse, also known as the Goddard Inquiry, has started in the UK. This long overdue Inquiry will “investigate whether public bodies and other non-state institutions have taken seriously their duty of care to protect … Continue reading
Posted in censorship, corruption, FOIA, Government Tagged Child sexual abuse, goddard inquiry, Sexual abuse 5 Comments
Has the Crown betrayed its covenant: historical child sexual abuse in UK.
In the UK, the historical child sexual abuse inquiry has set off a long overdue discussion and debate. Despite the public inquiry, there have been attempts, one hopes, with good intentions to warn against a witch-hunt or to warn that … Continue reading
Posted in justice, public opinion, statesmanship, surveillance, transparency Tagged Child sexual abuse, Jimmy Savile, Sexual abuse, The Crown, UK 1 Comment
Official Secrets Act and Child Sexual Abuse Inquiry: Arcana Imperii and the Secrets of State
The UK regime faces a critical time as a number of public inquiries into its past behavior unfold. The undeveloped issue within these inquiries is the nature of the change they will require in the regime. There is an added … Continue reading
Records management and the Wanless Report on Home Office files
Peter Wanless and Richard Whittam QC were commissioned to review two previous reviews commissioned by the Permanent Secretary at the Home Office in relation to child abuse. The first review focused on allegations about organised child abuse sent to the … Continue reading
Posted in Government, public sector, transparency Tagged Child abuse, Child sexual abuse, Geoffrey Dickens, Home Affairs Select Committee, Home Office, National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, Paedophile Information Exchange, Theresa May Comments Off on Records management and the Wanless Report on Home Office files
The banality of institutional ignorance: Rotherham and child sexual exploitation
When people first heard the news about Rotherham Council’s child sexual exploitation scandal, they may have thought the Council and the Police were incompetent. Some may have compared it to Haringey Council’s failure to protect Peter Donnelly (Baby P) and … Continue reading