Remarkable, last night’s program Don’t Take my Child in the EXPOSURE series of ITV:
- the secretly recorded video of a baby taken after birth that resulted in Sir James Munby’s appeal to courts to take the realities of the internet more seriously, particularly social media
- Ian Josephs who has been helping some 1,000 parents a year for 50 years from Monaco
- a mum who fled to France to keep her baby: John Hemming MP had said on Russia Today that parents can’t have a fair trial in the UK – due to the secrecy of family courts.
The Pedros had been arrested by Lincoln Police because they were accused of being part of a ‘forced adoption group’ whose policy it is to flee the country!
That’s the child snatching side or #childsnatchuk and #forcedadoption and #forcedadoptionexposed in hashtags.
But then there is #paedobritain, as exposed by EXARO News:
Home secretary Theresa May received a fresh warning that Baroness Butler-Sloss may not be able to chair the new inquiry into child sex abuse. Soon after Exaro broke this story, the Home Office announced that Butler-Sloss was resigning.
MPs and VIPs took teenagers to ‘abuse parties’ at luxury apartments, two witnesses say
- MPs took boys to Dolphin Square for sexual assault – and rape
- MPs, celebrities and spies share dark secrets of Dolphin Square
- MPs tell Theresa May: abuse survivors must be on inquiry panel
Home secretary to meet Zac Goldsmith and six other MPs to discuss terms of reference
Home secretary agrees to call by 146 MPs for investigation by Hillsborough-style panel
From before the CSA inquiry was announced…
Theresa May faces fresh backlash over delay to inquiry as 11 Lords join call by 146 MPs
David Cameron pressed to order overarching inquiry as government reels from CSA crisis
Zac Goldsmith asks home secretary for meeting with MPs to discuss key issue ‘more fully
And Lord Brittan issues two statements on Home Office’s missing dossier on VIP paedophiles
MP accuses CPS of key error on evidence of child sex abuse from ‘Operation Fernbridge’
Simon Danczuk should stress inquiry call at parliamentary hearing, argues Exaro’s editor
Inquiry into child sex abuse is raised for third time in Parliament as 113 MPs sign up to it
Pressure builds in Parliament to address organised sexual abuse of children in UK