H/t reader squodgy:
“Rotten, just rotten to the core.
Should all be castrated with no anaesthetic, and with a rusty knife.
She was in charge of the Home Office for six years. She knew all along.
Bloody hypocrisy, she was part of the cover up. And still is.”
Home Secretary triggers further inquiries after report by Peter Wanless fails to ‘prove or disprove’ whether Home Office covered up historic child sex abuse allegations
Theresa May, the Home Secretary, has admitted the Home Office could have covered up paedophile allegations in the Eighties, as she was forced to launch another new inquiry into the claims.
But she was immediately contradicted by David Cameron, the Prime Minister, who said a review showed there “wasn’t a cover up”.