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EDITORIAL

Editorial comment from Matthew SteeplesOur editor tells it like it is and he rarely minces his words

The truth will eventually out

As revelations that Lord Brittan has been questioned by police regarding an alleged rape, we urge David Cameron to give more resources to investigations into historic abuse allegations by the high powered

 

Leon Brittan
Leon Brittan

For a considerable period now The Steeple Times has lamented the failure of the Metropolitan Police to allocate ample resources to Operation Fernbridge and with the revelation that Lord Brittan was questioned regarding an unconnected alleged rape in the 1970s, we again urge the establishment to take historic abuse allegations against well known political figures seriously.

 

Lord Brittan has been widely named on the Internet over the years in connection with various allegations that have yet and may never even face the courts but according to the Mail on Sunday, he even took journalists aside over the years to deny accusations made against him.

 

Zac Goldsmith MP, Simon Danczuk MP and Tom Watson MP have been amongst those to demand probes into why key dossiers naming the political figures who allegedly committed abuse disappeared. It’s time the likes of David Cameron, Nick Clegg and Theresa May manned up: They must give Operation Fernbridge the resources it requires and realise that the truth about politicians and abuse will eventually out.

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1 comment on “The truth will eventually out”

  1. Shout at the Devil, what is the use? Another £5 Million of tax payers money will go down the drain. What will the outcome of another probe be? Mistakes have been made, lessons have been learned, policies will be implemented to ensure that this will never happen again. The evidence is destroyed……..

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