July 7th, 2014

WATCH: Theresa May Announces Inquiry: Statement in Full

The Home Secretary bows to the pressure…


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  1. 1
    Ghost of Leon says:

    I just ordered a tanker of white-wash .

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    • 3
      Your order, Sir says:

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      • 40
        Conspiritard says:

        The guy from the NSPCC must be one of THEM!
        Did I ever tell you I saw an alien once?

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        • 54
          today000 says:

          Don’t trust anyone – if they rose to a high position like CEO then they probably are three part psychopath.

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        • 58
          Kulak murdered by Marxist filth. says:

          Wki his name……HA HA HA HA ha ha ha.

          INDEPENDENT…….My F,,, ing Arse.

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        • 67
          Dolphin Square Boys Club says:

          Peter Wanless, according to wiki:

          ‘and Principal Private Secretary to three Cabinet Ministers.[5] including Michael Portillo,’

          Can you think of anybody who’s surname begins with ‘P’ and ends on ‘ortillo’ who has appeared in Scallywag.

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    • 6
      Margaret Moran says:

      I can coach them how to avoid jail by pretending to be depressed

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    • 45
      dai enquiring says:

      are you kidding – mrs?

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    • 74

      Save yourself money and wait for a winter snowstorm .

      Then you can use the Yank expression —” a snowjob”

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    • 77
      Nuckfuts McGibbons says:

      Expect the drug dealers up and down the country to be well stocked over the next few months, gotta keep those mongs subdued. if the public rally could comprehend how far this scandal actually reaches they would be storming parliament and tearing the scum limb from fucking limb. If only we had a decent tradition of political reporters and bloggers to keep this story in the spotlight. Maybe Guido could do it? Rumor is the reason this is breaking now is old uncle Rupert is exacting his revenge for the hacking trial and for Blair reaming that slant bird he was throwing his old lumpy Aussie beans up.

      http://aanirfan.blogspot.com

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      • 85
        Reginald Carruthers of Nether Wallop says:

        No, not Guido. The ridiculous aanirfan.blogspot.com can do it.

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  2. 2
    Anonymous says:

    Shocking!:

    No evidence for Home office funding of PIE found?

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  3. 4
    Anonymous says:

    No stone will be left unturned and no bucket of whitewash will be left unused.

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  4. 5
    Carly says:

    Who is the Labour minister, from Blair Gov, in the Mirror story today? Does anyone know?

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  5. 7
    Sue de Nymme says:

    Waste of time and money – the Establishment is riddled with them and they know how to protect themselves and dispose of evidence and, if necessary, witnesses . . .

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    • 24
      Anon says:

      ….”Can you hear the sound of “falling masonry”?………..

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    • 26
      Fucking cunts the lot of them says:

      +1

      They really ALL are utter, utter, utter scum.

      The only justice and retribution that the public would ever secure would be by inssurection.

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  6. 8
    Anonymous says:

    Great. Because no child has ever been abused whilst in NSPCC care, right?

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  7. 10
    Anonymous says:

    Yet another bloody whitewash. May, the worst Home Secretary in living memory, and people tip her to be Tory leader.

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  8. 11
    The public are mugs says:

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  9. 13
    Totally in the dark... says:

    Where are all these anonymous conspiracy and gossip blogs that everyone keeps droning on about…?

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  10. 15
    Civil Servant says:

    “114 files destroyed, missing or not found”
    The politicians dance around the issue. From the 50s onwards and certainly up to the late 80s, any – repeat any – instance of a politico messing about with little boys or girls was immediately referred on to the Security Service, on the basis that the public figure would be vulnerable to blackmail. The overriding need was the protection of the state against espionage; no one cared about the “victims”. The Box 500 Registry has been computerised (ie held on microfiche and searchable by keyword) since the early 80s. So the info is accessible with just a few key strokes……

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  11. 16
    Mycroft says:

    The real test is not her words, it is that little bit about “…terms of reference” their extent or rather (I suspect) the strict limitation of them that will show this as genuine or a white-wash.

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  12. 19
    Laudy, Laudy, Laudy says:

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  13. 20
    The Singing Oyster says:

    Dave may as well of worn a Richard Nixon face mask and declared “There will be no whitewash in Westminster” for all we believe it.

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  14. 21
    Rubbish.. says:

    That’s it then, another £20million spend and all is ok nothing happened, carry on nothing to see and the politicians wonder why the public detest them.

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  15. 27
    Sir Nob Skelpoff says:

    So, which of the fuckers is to be thrown to the wolves?

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  16. 29

    The BBC wonks must be shitting themselves

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  17. 30
    Socialism Ate My Future says:

    So labour are turning a cross party issue into a sling mud at the cons / libs exercise (no doubt Watson has briefed the labour Borg IMO)

    Quite disgusting how they can do this when a current lord (allegedly) and Hodge aren’t so squeaky clean themselves.

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  18. 32
    Prime Miister David Cameron says:

    No institution – Churches, BBC, Whips Office, Security Services, Children’s Homes, Hospitals,Monday Club – to be excluded from child abuse inquiry.

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  19. 34
    Ashamed to be British says:

    I heard that the Ministry of Paedos, the Church of Paedos and the Houses of Paedos were investigating the British Broadcasting Paedos. They expect to be inhibited by another breakout of reversible Alzheimer’s.

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  20. 37
    Norma Stitz says:

    The Home Office is the very, very last place to handle this investigation, and Cameron must know it. There is no appetite to properly investigate this sewer, despite his weasel words.

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      Bad Person says:

      Yes, I marvel that so many vote at every GE. I suppose this may be good for UKIP who are as yet untainted.

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  21. 43
    Bill Wagstick says:

    Not all that independent then!?

    The NSPCC has had £11.2million government grant that I know of

    also some of the NSPCC declared customers are as follows:

    Welsh Assembly Government
    British Council
    Home Office Immigration Services
    Connexions
    Ofsted
    Young Offender Institutions
    Kent LEA
    South Northamptonshire Council
    Torfaen LEA
    Various LSCBs including: Staffordshire, Coventry, Kent, Surrey, Milton Keynes, Reading, Solihull, Oxfordshire, Wigan and the London Boroughs of: Enfield, Ealing, Hounslow, Kensington & Chelsea and Lambeth.

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  22. 46
    AJC says:

    It seems very likely that a Home Office cabal going right back to PIE (and beyond?) still exists, or still has influence.

    The Wanless review should certainly not be serviced by any current, or past, member of the Home Office.

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  23. 47
    Ripley says:

    “114 files destroyed, missing or not found”.. and of course if you were handing over sensitive documents to someone named in those documents, you wouldn’t keep a copy. Or was the photocopier broken that day?

    “Nuke the entire site from orbit–it’s the only way to be sure”

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    • 53
      Liquidation Sale says:

      The paper shredders went into meltdown

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        A civil servant says:

        Nothing so lo-tech, dear boy. For emergency use only we have metal bins with a thermite-charge core. Stuff in the paperwork, pull rip-cord, run away.

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  24. 49
    Sir Briton Of Leehornblower says:

    Hmm, might have to start telling all about Rod Hull here to throw them off scent a bit!

    Emu was nasty you know!!!!!!

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  25. 50
    Anonymous says:

    No report this side of the GE!
    No more needs be said.

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    Cpl Jones (the Butcher) says:

    They dont like it up ‘em.

    I’ve a lovely load of offal… just ripe for this Inquiry.

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  28. 55
    Hugh Janus says:

    FFS! Another truckload of money we don’t have to be spent on another interminable enquiry that will exonerate the guilty (as long as they are in positions of influence and high office), conclude nothing and from which all the “lessons to be learned” won’t.

    I’ve just seen a large bulk carrier steam over the horizon with a cargo of lime to make the whitewash with.

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    • 56
      Sir Cyril says:

      Im dead and so is Jimmy! Ha ha ha!

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      • 60
        Sir Jimmy Savile says:

        Now then now then young man – don’t speak ill of the dead. Will have to smack your behind for that!

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        • 61
          Former Minister - allegedly still living!!! says:

          You did a lot of that with me 30 years ago uncle jimmy. I used to love it when you put your cigar in my slot!!!

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  29. 57
    genghiz the kahn says:

    The tin foil hat brigade must be feeling better today. Why not mine the treasure from operation whore as well? Perhaps some politicians should copy lewis harcourt once the shit hit the fan.

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    • 62
      Kulak murdered by Marxist filth. says:

      I’ve been so surprised by the way the ‘nutters’ have been shown to be right to be concerned.
      !
      I’ve bought my own Tin foil hat.
      £10 from the ‘ Gary Glitter ‘ fan club’s receivers. ( got to do something with those old costumes ).

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  30. 65
    Reimer says:

    Presumably the terms of reference of the mutiple various inquiries will cancel each other out in a classified report after taking a decade-plus to get properly underway.

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  31. 66
    Sir John Chilcot says:

    I’m available to undertake a far-reaching inquiry that’ll reach its conclusions long after everyone has retired and safely got their index-linked pensions.

    Call me!

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  32. 68
    Tony, world statesmen says:

    I’m happy to put on the public record, absolutely equivalently, that I’ve received extremely costly legal advice not to put anything on the public record. Thank you.

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    UKIP the voice of reason says:

    CEO of the NSPCC? A few million bung from the cartel and a whitewash is as good as in the bag.

    Why didnt the NSPCC investigate the original accusations or do anything about the dossier they must have known about at the time?

    Obviously the searching gaze of the NSPCC only went as far as the little people while the big fish of the establishment were left alone.

    The crony ridden client infested establishment cartel looking afters its own and closing ranks to protect the evil in their midst.

    The establishment investigating the establishment and will no doubt find nothing and shortly afterwards millions of pounds will find its way into certain pockets.

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  34. 82
    Wouldn't You Believe It? says:

    They will name and shame a few dead MPs and then triumphantly close their enquiry. Current abusers will remain untouched. How clever!

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    raymond habib says:

    anybody seen or heard anything from farron

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  36. 88
    Taxfodder says:

    Home Office Inquiry = The Standard CRUDE and BLUNDERING WHITEWASH.

    A full and thorough inquiry = Control and Damage limitation by those most in peril of discredit (or as the CIA would coin it…Plausible deniability).

    and if the electorate ain’t fooled…….a token scapegoat blood letting.

    And if all else fails….pray for a good day to bury bad news.

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  37. 89
    Anonymous says:

    “Theresa May Announces Inquiry: Statement in Full”
    Thank goodness for that. Because the whole thing was becoming a bit confused. At the last recap it appeared to be: Vote For Dave, and get an EU referendum, and no parliamentary paedophile inquiry. Not that satisfactory a situation. Because leaving the police to pick up the pieces is all well and good. But it they could do that without the files, what was the point of ‘losing’ them? Having said that, we could always advertise for all those survivors who have been interfered with by the establishment, to come forward yet again.

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    Wotak Hunt III says:

    Look you know as well that this is going to be swept under the carpet as the consequences dont even bear thinking about…we are talking about the potential disintegration of the ruling masses who are more depraved then the lowlife that they claim to be above.How the Home Office can lose 114 files and no one has served any jail time is staggering.So while Dave can sound all appealing on TV saying the usual claptrap he has a track record of doing sweet nuck all and we all know it. Funny how the likes of Hacked off & Harman & Dromney have all gone quiet on this affiar… do they have something to hide.The fact that a lot of Leon Brittains “mates” have jumped to his defense before any concrete evidence has been showed states that there is no smoke without fire.The victims deserve justice but alas in this case only a few down the chain will get caught ……its the nature of the beast

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A ‘senior Conservative party official’ passes judgement on Theresa May:

“She is boring. A technocrat. She is Philip Hammond with a fanny. Not interesting, but rendered interesting by circumstance. And that circumstance is that she is a woman. And in an age when the Prime Minister gets it in the neck for refusing to wear a fucking T-shirt that says he is a feminist, that is a rocket boost right underneath you.”



Left on Left says:

The lefties are attacking because the panellist is a millionaire and lives in a London home worth upwards of two million. Someone had best tell them he’s called Ed Miliband.


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