August 28th, 2014

Rotherham Town Hall Tyrants – Where Are They Now?

  • Shaun Wright: Still PCC, just. Resigned from Labour.
  • Joyce ‘Ukip foster parents’ Thacker: still in post at Social Services.
  • Ged Fitzgerald: Now chief executive of Liverpool City Council.
  • Paul Lakin: remains Labour deputy leader of the council.

Time to clear some desks.

Pic via the Mail.


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    • 2
      Anonymous says:

      I really don’t agree with dismissing an elected Police Commissioner.

      Labour voters need to made to live with the consequences of their actions.

      Liked by 1 person

      • 7
        Tachybaptus says:

        If Labour voters realised the consequences of their actions there would be no Labour voters. This is a party which, every time it has been in government, has reduced the country to chaos. But do the voters learn?

        Liked by 6 people

        • 16
          Anonymous says:

          Fuck off c’unt, this is a LibLabCon issue.

          So the Tories and Lib-Dems are clean green as far as unfettered P@kistani immigration is concerned? No!

          You and your ilk are the problem.

          Liked by 1 person

        • 18

          Labour voters now should have a real pause for thought.

          This latest is on top of NHS g’enocide fun and the rest of the awfulness that nearly took the UK ‘out’ between 1997 and 2010.

          The libertarian left should switch over to UKIP now.

          Labour itself has no political legitimacy now.

          Vote UKIP :-D

          Liked by 4 people

          • Toxic Labour for Parasites, bring back the workhouses. says:

            Labour voters don’t think that’s the problem. Every Labour Government has turned the Country to shit and the stupid Labour sheep keep voting for them.

            Liked by 4 people

          • Would wager that most Labour voters were not aware of what has been going on. Most are decent, if not a little misguided by those they choose to follow.

            They have a simple choice now.

            It may prove easier for them to change course and take their good values and ideas to a venue which is less ‘damaged’.

            UKIP and the Conservative Party are large churches which could provide sanctuary.

            Vote UKIP :-D

            Liked by 1 person

        • 30

          This is what I don’t get. It’s a bit like David Steele prostrations of innocent re Cyril Smith and his history. This fellow Shaun Wright resigned over the child exploitation issue years back, he says, yet the Labour party still selected him as a candidate for PCC, and he got voted in. If it’s a case of ‘anything with a red rosette’ in that area, it’s still poor judgement by party officials, and it still looks a little too late to be asking for *another* resignation. His election was a new mandate, past history and all, however odious he might be.

          But is anyone attacking Labour over this?

          Liked by 2 people

          • His “resignation” was a simple expedient, in the mode of a “strategic withdrawal” in the face of an anticipated counter-blast of enormous scale. His translation into PCC was Labour looking after Labour AND his placement was a case of putting a friend in position of influence when the “heads on sticks” moment arrived. It has arrived. Wright’ head is going to be the first on a stick. He was the lead man when this shit was allowed to happen. His withdrawal was not an act of contrition – it was a cynical side-step.

            Liked by 1 person

          • The Lone Ranger says:


            Good analysis. Posters here have attacked Labour over this, but you wouldn’t expect the BBC or Gaurdianistas for example to attack their own. This whole sorry affair reflects state of the country – people in positions of authority take the money but never the responsibility.

            Liked by 1 person

          • There is only one reason why Labour would have done that.

            It is because Wright was acting within their remit and executing policy correctly.

            The officials in the area would be following orders from HQ (this is Labour…).

            As a comparison: Why did Ed B’alls put Flowers in as CEO of Co-Op ?

            Labour should not be attacked : It needs to be disbanded.

            Supporters need to do the ice bucket challenge and move on.

            Vote UKIP :-D

            Liked by 2 people

        • 213
          nell says:


          but not just trashing the country Tachybaptus as this very tragic Rotherham case shows when labour gets into our town halls they trash our towns as well

          Liked by 1 person

        • 344

          They vote labour,cos their dads and grandads and uncles all voted labour.indoctrinated from birth . None of them have recognized that from Blair’s beginning none of them are SOCIALISTS.just pricks with red rosettes on

          Liked by 1 person

      • 8
        tamiline says:

        Dont dismiss – shame him into getting out of all public positions the arrogant prcik


        • 34
          Norm Normal says:

          PCCs are independent elected officials. Not sure who set up these pointless petitions? The PM and others don’t have the legal authority to remove them.

          Liked by 1 person

        • 204
          Tom Catesby says:

          You cannot shame the arrogant and unshameable, it requires a measure of moral backbone and courage to feel rightly ashamed. You won’t see much of that among this lot.


          • nell says:

            you won’t see any moral backbone amongst this lot – in truth this lot are no better than the r a p i s t s they colluded with and turned a blind eye to.

            there should be prosecutions for misconduct in public office for their failure of their Duty of Care and for the way they perverted the course of justice and there should be a prison sentence for what they’ve done.


      • 11
        Drips that dropped says:

        Sounds like the people of Rotherham if they voted Liebour or not will be dipping into their pockets to pay the lawyers and those involved lots and lots of money in damages of course the civil servants whoallowed it to happen will be paid their usual money and pensions and jump ship to another nice number.


        • 342
          Robert says:

          I think if you check, there are no “civil servants who allowed it to happen” – just the Labour party who proposed Wright and the Labour voters who voted for him. Now, let’s see, what’s the common factor here …


      • 33
        England: the world's rubbish tip. says:

        Tell that to those poor children! Well done, Guido, for taking these slugs on!

        Liked by 1 person

        • 54
          Sharia Person says:

          Koran is us, we can fuck all young girls, its says its right.


          • The Lone Ranger says:

            To be fair, translations do say that “women are your fields, go into them as you will”, but I don’t think it mentions children.


          • tal mud person says:

            Whereas the j3wish Tal mud is quite specific: between 3 and 9 is fine.


          • The Religion of Peace says:

            It says as soon as they start to menstrate then we can shag them.
            And we do.


      • 114
        Judge Dredd says:

        The 1,400 actual victims who were all children never had a vote.

        Wright should be stripped of office, jailed for criminal negligence or even aiding and abetting, and preferably put to death in public though the latter is not realistic I admit.


        • 197
          Tom Catesby says:

          Well it would be realistic, if it was P*kist^n or Ir^q. oh, wait a minute before too long that’s just what the place will be like and it’s well on the way in places
          like Donny already, where the public ‘authorities’ have been running sh!t scared of the p*kis for years.


        • 335
          The two Muppets says:

          That,s a little harsh .The execution should be in private .


      • 275
        Llareggub says:

        What we haven’t heard much of (and this is Shaun Wright’s self-justification) is that Shaun Wright already resigned over his mishandling of the council’s children’s services. He apparently thinks that, having chucked his job in, it’s all water under the bridge, and everybody should just get over it.

        What I’d like to know (and I don’t doubt that no explanation will be forthcoming) is not only why he wasn’t arrested at that time for malfeasance, but why Labour thought such a person who had turned a blind eye to flagrant criminality would be the best person they could put up for election as a police crime commissioner!

        Surely, no saner person would look at an application form and say, “Aha, I see he’s been forced to resign for ignoring systematic rape of more than a thousand children. Sounds like the perfect man for a police crime commissioner”? Unquestionably, backs have been scratched, winks exchanged, favours called in, deals done.


    • 52
      A Previous Person says:

      Just stick your dick into someone, its what we do in Rotherham.You will be well paid from public funds. My God what the hell is going on.


    • 57
      Anonymous says:

      All these parasites do is flit from one government job to the next – on ever increasing salaries. There output is zero, they take no responsibility for there inaction – they are an absolute drag on the economy, and there are thousands of these people in this this country. There is no way any private sector company world employ such parasites. The stench of these people is overwheming and it’s gone on for decades – we need a revolution.

      Liked by 1 person

    • 124
      Oh the madness of it all brought on by Political bigotry says:

      So how come they acted to remove secure and happy children from foster parents because they were UKIP voters, yet left vulnerable and unstable young girls to be gang r@ped, tortured and trafficked within the Islamic gangs?

      Liked by 1 person

    • 181
      Tom Catesby says:

      Clear them out! Root and branch investigation, no whitewash no scapegoats, don’t forget the ‘thin blue line’ either, South Yorks police Have a lot of serious questions to answer. We seem very keen in this country at the moment on investigating so called. ‘historic abuse’ cases when they involve well known names and rightly so if proved correct. The law needs to go after the perpetrators of these crimes, it may mean fewer taxi drivers on the streets of South Yorks, but what the hell!
      Nail all these bastards, top to bottom. If it proves impossible to prosecute those found responsible for gross and deliberate failings, then the next best thing is to see they never work in a position of public responsibility again.


    • 189
      Anonymous says:

      After the GE when Milliband is PM he will put him in the House of Lords.

      What is happening to the Butler Sloss enquiry its all gone deathly silent? The only names mentioned so far are of dead people.

      Remember Nick Griffin was shouting about Asian child sex gangs years ago and was pilloried as a racist. Never mind Rotheram Council appologising the whole nation should say sorry to Nick Griffin for his efforts to save these poor children.

      Liked by 1 person

      • 217
        Tom Catesby says:

        I am no particular political friend of Nick Griffin, but in this matter of trying to expose asian child abuse gangs, he demonstrated a courage, not shown by the disgraced public figures involved in this cover up.


      • 316
        Charles Martel says:

        ..and Ray Honeyford

        and Enoch Powell and countless others sacrificed on the altar of ‘progress’


    • 202
      Where are Tony Blair's Expenses says:

      Why should he resign all he was doing was implementing the policies of Blair’s government. There are far more people to be charged with misfeasance in public office before Shaun Wright loses his job.

      Blunkett was Home Secretary when the Home office report was suppressed in 2002. At the time remember he was busy having an affair with someone else’s wife.

      Miliband openly canvassed for Wright knowing that these child abuse reports were in the public domain

      McShane has admitted he knew all about it but did nothing but of course he was too busy stealing money from the tax payer and having a relationship with the criminal wife of a criminal politician who was happy to take his speeding points as long as she could remain part of a political power couple.

      The HoC has no moral authority to resolve this or anu othe major issue


    • 219
      Most MPs are Useless Troughers says:

      I don’t want these people dismissed, I want them prosecuted. Ditto the police force, whose decision to not prosecute these people without, seemingly any reference to the CPS, seems an astonishing breach of their duty to serve and protect the public (and no last minute resignations for health reasons).

      The lack of action by the police force seems to indicate an alarming lack of moral courage. Ditto the lack of action by the heads of the various child charities and the Children’s Commissioner for England – what was she doing, no doubt bleating about open days for children! As for Denis McShane, he should be slammed back in jail for breach of his duties as MP.

      Has our esteemed Prime Minister uttered one word on this topic?

      Farage needs to get on the air and demand that all these useless public servants be prosecuted until the pips squeak. He might also organise a public demonstration in London to ram home the point that the great British public is appalled by this scandal.


    • 263

      This disgusting person has no deluded claim to refuse to resign because he was elected to the post.
      Had his “electorate” been aware of his utter unsuitability for the office and this appalling state of affairs at Rotherham Children’s’ Dept they would NOT have elected him.
      He has no electoral mandate and if he thinks he would get one, he should stand down and re-apply to the electorate.


  2. 3
    Yan Hammer says:

    Usual Labour ‘High heels and Lowlifes’.


    • 46
      Bantu says:

      1400 kids’ lives destroyed in Rotherham alone. 100,000 as a conservative estimate countrywide. We’ve been in a 30 year civil war with Asian men and British children as the protagonists. Time to fight back.


      • 66
        Labour are Monsters says:

        Specifically, m*slim p*kistani men.
        We need to differentiate. Hindus and Sikhs are horrified by this.


        • 97
          Cinna says:

          Yes, the term “Asian” being bandied about is just another attempt to dilute the origins of the people perpetrating these crimes. It’s used when the term over arching term “men” doesn’t quite cut it.


      • 180
        Anonymous says:

        A civil war in which the liblabcons have been on the side of the enemy.


  3. 4
    Ed Milibandwagon says:

    I have no interest in this particular bandwagon.


  4. 5
    Owhine Jones says:

    You do wonder what a Labour politician has to do before they resign.

    Lie to take us to war, done it. Claim you are saving the NHS when patients are forced to drink flower water, done it. Waste billions on NHS IT projects, done it. Organises a smear campaign in Number 10, done it. Lie about rape statistics, done it. Openly support terrorists, done it.


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      Hear All See All says:

      Included in this link is the following observation from an interested party concerning a council meeting at the beginning of the month.
      “The open meeting was filmed but when Agenda item 16 was reached-‘Exclusion of the Press and Public’-we had to leave. It is also worth mentioning the UKIP councillors were also made to leave at the same time because they are not Cabinet members. Cllr.Vines queried this but Stone insisted they must leave the public session. Interestingly after the May elections the number of Cabinet posts was reduced from ten to eight thereby excluding UKIP councillors from Cabinet posts”
      This raises the question – How many other councils are bypassing elected councillors positions by devious means?
      Democracy ? Pah!


    • 112
      Anonymous says:

      The Rotherham advertiser seems to be doing some good work – it also turns out that Joyce Thacker’s primary preoccupation is currently finding out who leaked to the times…


      • 229
        Tom Catesby says:

        The ‘priority’ should be to get Thacker and her kind out of any public office and prosecute if possible.


        • 279
          inside out says:

          The priority is to find out how widespread this problem of Pakistani muslim child raping is.We know it has gone on in other towns,but I suspect it is a far greater problem than the ruling class care to admit.Now the PC barrier has been breached I expect the press and public to start exposing the extent of this abuse.This will put pressure on national Government to get a grip.


      • 269
        Arry says:

        That article is two years old and slates the Rotherham Advertiser as being part of the problem.


  6. 9
    WoRaft Chihuahua says:

    Thank goodness children are protected from UKIP-voting foster parents by Ms Thacker. This sends a good strong message that anybody who dares to challenge the social services from a traditional perspective will be rejected and ridiculed. That should stop any other uppity people trying it. We must deliver more children to gangs so that they can sell them for immoral purposes and raise plenty of money for jihad.

    Where is the anti-terrorism squad. Do they really think the cash goes only on pimp mobiles and gambling?


    • 15

      There were two girls and a boy in that case.

      They were siblings which were split up.

      Waiting for the reports to come through that they have been abused in their new non-UKIP homes. One hopes that is not the case, but the odds in R’otherham are not looking good in their favour. :-(

      Vote UKIP :-D

      Liked by 2 people

      • 319
        Dangerous Brian says:

        Probably already adopted by a newly “married” couple.
        All in the name of diversity and community cohesion of course.


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    Anonymous says:

    Shot frew the ed seven times

    No one risposbbl.


  9. 13
    Anonymous says:

    Welcome to the UK



  10. 14
    marcmarc says:

    Presumably they are all Common Purpose graduates?


    • 20
      What Has This Country Become says:

      ..and that common purpose was to f**k the country whilst feathering their own socialist nests.

      As if 17 years of that hell that was Bliar and Brown was not enough there are still these little havens where they can peddle their tripe!!!


    • 27
      Im out of here says:

      Correct they Police, Council,Councillors, Local MPs and Social workers will have attended lots of Common Purpose meetings on all of this. Police will be telling them how they have arrested the victims..WHICH THE DID.


      • 265
        No longer trust senior Public Sector staff says:

        Considering the high percentage of Public Sector (Police, Local Gov, NHS etc) staff who have been involved in these type of cases over the last 5 years and were members of Common Purpose…is it not time that this organisation was investigated??


        • 305
          Bluto says:

          It should but Cameron is an alumnus and patron so don’t hold your breath. He was warned by a Tory MP to distance himself from that unelected organisation that secures power without a mandate.


  11. 19
    What Has This Country Become says:

    Shaun Wright looks a despicable little shit, he was actually smirking at times on the BBC news at 10.

    Disgusting little coward.


    • 22
      Cuckoo says:

      Well muddling through isn’t going to work. Dave needs to get a grip.
      There must be some decent labour MPs will go along.


      • 23
        albacore says:

        Wake up, folks! This is looking sinister
        It seems we’re missing a Prime Minister
        Look under your beds and inside your sheds
        And pray he’s not been kid-napped by the Reds


      • 35
        Norm Normal says:

        And do what? The only people with the power to remove elected PCCs are the electorate. If people didn’t vote for any donkey wearing a red rosette we wouldn’t have these problems.

        Should be interesting to watch the elections in 8 months time. Will Rotherham have any sense?


        • 103
          Cinna says:

          I think we know the answer to that one now.


        • 234
          Tom Catesby says:

          You forget the the size and influence of the p^kistani vote in places like Rotherham (not forgeting the effect of the postal vote scam) Of course they are going to vote for their lapdogs, do turkeys vote for Christmas?


          • The Religion of Peace says:

            That is the least of your worries.

            Vote ISIS
            Vote Often
            Vote LibLabCon

            Allah Akbar

            PS – Already in loads of towns just like Rotheram, all over the UK….


      • 59
        England says:

        Ed Balls reckons people in charge must take collective responsibility and resign.When can we expect Burnhams resignation?


        • 143
          Hang about says:

          Balls was Minister for Children while the abuse
          Was happening and yet did nothing.Trying to
          distract attention away from himself and the Labour
          Party won’t work.


    • 238
      Anonymous says:

      Did anyone see Jack Dromey PIE on Newsnight last night ?

      When he was talking about how older men having s3x with young underage girls was horrific, his face looked like he was sucking a lemon and thought exactly the opposite…

      A very very strange interview from him.


      • 282
        Arry says:

        He got in a very strident “most sex offenders are white” line though. Not in Rotherham, they aren’t, mate.


      • 343
        Democracy my Arse says:

        Typical BBC choice to interview Dromey of all people re Rotherham. Obviously trying to help him rebuild his reputation after the PIE scandal. If we ever get an inquiry expect Harman and Hewitt to be on the panel.


  12. 21

    Vote UKIP :-D


  13. 24
    Anonymous says:

    View this piece from nearly two years ago. from Channel Four news, where the interviewer, aided and abeted by slurs from the Tory party, try and accuse UKIP of racism inrespect of the Rotherham adoption row.


    • 48
      Owen Jones is a cunt says:

      Nigel will have the last laugh when UKIP’s share of the vote rockets next year. The public have had enough.

      Liked by 2 people

    • 120
      Vote Tory? Nein Danke! says:

      Remember this.

      The Tory party preferred to play the racism card rather than do anything to help the victims.


      • 287
        Arry says:

        The behaviour of the Tory press was utterly vile, and lets not forget Dave’s publicly funded boot-boys of the UAF assaulting grannies near UKIP meetings.

        Fuck the lot of them.


  14. 25
    Im out of here says:

    Liebour sewer rats but I’m sure orders from above will come down and all this will be off the headlines in a few weeks. This is what you get when you open our borders to Turd world countries. Wonder how many Brits have immigrated to Pakistan.


  15. 26
    Im out of here says:

    ‘In Moderation’ my God not allowed to comment now well done Guido.


  16. 28
    Owen Jones is a cunt says:

    The sick thing is that this will be yet another Labour atrocity that Cameron will have to stand up in the house and apologize for. As with Mid Staffs, Labour leave it for others to clean up their mess.

    Liked by 1 person

    • 127
      Vote Tory? Nein Danke! says:

      Cameron has the option of coming out all guns-blazing with a pledge to clean up the whole stinking mess, using whatever means are necessary, and a vow that he will make sure it never happens again.

      But he won’t because he is part of the problem.


  17. 29
    Owen Jones is a cunt says:

    Joyce Thacker is a fugly evil c-unit and I hope she dies a slow painful death.


  18. 31
    Rupert says:

    If people and organisations want Shaun Wright out and the steaming heap of shit won’t go, then they should all refuse to cooperate with him so the little bleeder is isolated. He will become a wanker without a dick to do it on


  19. 36
    Barracco Barner says:

    We need somebody to do something…………….SOON! Any strong leaders around? Let’s vote UKIP. It’ll be a start!

    Liked by 1 person

  20. 37
    non taxable pikey says:

    So it’s Wright to resign from the Labour Party and Wright to keep the PCC job and its nice high salary?


  21. 38
    Anonymous says:

    The individuals responsible need naming and shaming and if still in positions of responsibility need purging.
    The press are already closing this story down.


  22. 39
    Anonymous says:

    Now if McShane ex MP for the area knew (check the mirror guido)who else in the Parliamentary Labour Party knew?
    Tony Blair?
    Alastair Campbell?
    Was it party policy 1,400 white girls would buy Labour the Muslim Vote?


    • 99

      It is inescapable that this was known about, in all salient details, at the very highest level of Central Government. Their “information gathering” services about every aspect of human behaviour in this Country surpasses those of the Stasi and FBI. This sort of scandal is exactly what “the system” is designed to suppress and, if that fails, then to limit the damage to the lowest level politically as possible.
      The simple choice that was taken, implemented and is being clung to by all concerned was between making the whole dreadful situation public, with the reverse of “race relations” by 50 years, public outrage and racial backlash or simply betraying thousands of white girls into the hands of alien pimps groomers rapists and sadists.
      The measure of our senior politicians is that they support the betrayal as is all too common in our history.
      It gas reached the point where the Public must not wash their hands and walk away; now is the time to start the tumbrels running and not stop until the ruthless bastards like Wright, Thacker and the Civil Service Mandarins that knew every grisly detail and suppressed it.


  23. 40
    WoRaft Chihuahua says:

    Meanwhile, down in Oxford the Thames Valley police did a creditable job of mopping up a grooming gang last year. However, look again the Nanford Guest House, associated with the pimps taking children there to beat them up, and tourist reviews once again are reporting screaming at night, strange comings and goings, and a terrible smell. It could just be the vomit, piss, cats and general decay. But I’d like to get one of those cadaver-sniffing dogs to take a good walk round the old fridges in the yard, maybe find out what is blocking the drains, have a look under the floorboards, behind any bath panels, in the loft.

    Incredibly, this place is still allowed to function as a hotel and some people are stupid enough to stay there before checking Trip Advisor. That it is still open makes you wonder about Oxford’s environmental health unit.


  24. 41
    Blimey says:

    No fan of these people but Joyce Thacker is right when she says parents should share the blame. Where were they? Did they just throw in the towel after first contacting the “services” and getting no satisfaction?


    • 100
      Bulls**t Baffles Brains says:

      This was happening to kids in council care. Their ‘parents’ were the government.


    • 210
      what is it with you thickos? says:

      ‘Getting no satisfaction’!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      The police were arresting and threatening the parents.


      • 302
        No longer trust senior Public Sector staff says:

        Blimey 06:20hrs
        Did they just throw in the towel after first contacting the “services” and getting no satisfaction?

        What? did you not see what the Council, The Police and Main Stream Media did to the parents…and Nigel Farage and Nick Griffin and ANYONE else who spoke out.


      • 303
        What is it with you gullible cunts. says:

        Watch them reappear when the compo starts flying about. Being arrested wouldn’t stop me from doing something if my daughter was being abused or even associating with these creatures.


  25. 42
    Rotherham's former Mayor says:

    Ex Labour Lord Mayor Barry Dodson charged with child sex offences (Labour25, 21/7/2014): 

     “ROTHERHAM Labour Party councillorBarry Dodson has been charged with child sex offenses less than three weeks after stepping down as Labour Lord Mayor.  

    Acting on a local police tip off a prominent figure in the local Labour party council asked Mayor Dodson to step down before an inevitable police investigation. 

    The Rotherham East councillor had resigned from the Labour Party on Friday but said he was staying on as a (((PIE?))) independent.  

    South Yorkshire Police confirmed a 66-year-old Rotherham man had been arrested on Friday and had been released on bail.  

    Cllr Dodson was sworn in as Lord Mayor on June 6 but quit exactly three weeks later. He has made no comment since except that the resignation was for “personal reasons”.


  26. 43
    Sharon Shoesmith says:

    Looking for a big pay-out? Then I’m the one to advise you.

    Where there’s blame, there’s a claim.


  27. 44
    Oi vey, my life says:

    What do these civic leaders have in common?

    They all knew and know why this abuse took place from the start, they knew and accepted it and tolerated it because it was deemed to be a cultural norm and custom to exploit the children of non believers.

    All of them frightened of upsetting m***ms to the point that they allowed them to engage in what to m***s is a perfectly acceptable cultural practice of exploiting non m***ms for physical satisfaction.

    What everyone in the media is terrified of saying is that their holy book encourages m***m men to exploit the children of non believers as they are considered worth less and worthless.

    It is a practice they engage in wherever they are in the world, a practice as old as their religion, it is endorsed by their clerics and it is accepted by our police and local authorities only too keen to service the requirements of these people.

    So why is the media so terrified of telling the truth? No outlet has actually allowed the truth to come out, no blog will allow comments that tell the truth about the scale of this abuse and its root cause.


  28. 45
    Back1woodsman says:

    The way the council responded to Thackers”s utter lack of judgement in the UKIP adoption fiasco, closing ranks to protect her, should have been a big red flag to the msm and central government, that there were serious issues with that council.
    Time for tough action on common purpose tax payer funded courses methinks.


  29. 47
    Oi vey, my life says:

    The contortions of the BBC as it struggles to avoid one word, the one word that is a central reason and cause for the entire scandal.

    It must a complete coincidence that the offenders have nationality in common and religion in common eh BBC?

    Watch the fear and discomfort and unease every time the BBC reports on this systematic abuse of our children.

    As they report this scandal the words com out as if they were hot coals, reports are rushed out as though they want to get through them as soon as possible so they can get back to their comfort zone issues.


    • 58
      The Critic says:

      But the BBC is now in a difficult position. Having prime- timed the various cases against white ageing celebrities and supported the actions against them, it is struggling to figure out how to approach a big news story which demonstrates the institutional racism of the establishment in Rotheram,perpetuated by its party of choice.

      It is culturally unable to criticise Labour and could never admit to being discriminatiry,without exposing the rank hypocrisy it demonstrates each day but denies at every opportunity.

      On another note – what’s Hacked off’s view on this? Isn’t this exactly the type of situation which could be kept out of the news by their proposals?

      Personally, I am appalled at what has happened – that some smug lefties are having a hard time as a result, is simply a pleasant side effect. These c’unts should be facing porridge for breakfast for a long time. One reason they get paid large sums is to be accountable. They took the money, now face your responsibilities, scum.


    • 151
      Sweeney says:

      The BBC never seem to mention that Rotherham is a Labour council, either.


      • 309
        No longer trust senior Public Sector staff says:

        What do Rotherham, Rochdale, Oldham, Leeds, Bradford, Derby and Oxford have in common?
        Labour and Common Purpose.
        Many other Authorities simply have not been exposed yet. Let start with the “B’s” Blackburn, Bolton, Burnley…


  30. 50
    Will says:

    As for the repeated mantra that we need to pay high salaries for senior people in local gov and charities more than the pm, the reality is that many of them move around these organisations from job to job and would do it for a lower salary. It’s just been a way of paying them more money for the same old job. Sharon shoesmith was payed over £100,000 grand but it did not stop her from doing a poor job.


  31. 53
    Anonymous says:

    I am actually starting to get a grudging respect for these common purpose public ‘servants’. Put your bin out on the wrong day and they will have enforcement at your door before you can say ‘shoesmith’ but if they have children raped, murdered and tortured on their watch they can stick to their jobs like barnacles on a boat.


  32. 55
    albacore says:

    Phew! We can all breathe a sigh of relief
    There was no truth in that silly belief
    Dave had spontaneously combusted
    Once he’s got Scotland all done and dusted
    You never know, he might tell us about
    Little English girls all being sold out


  33. 56
    Jack Russell says:

    Are they all Common Purpose? Don’t forget to add McShame to the list too.


  34. 60
    Socialism is theft says:

    Liblabcons are never to blame.
    The message is always the same.
    When the wrong are ‘diversed’
    All lips must be pursed
    Or ‘Racist’ will be the stock claim.


  35. 61
    Fatty Pangs Butler says:

    Please feature all Councillors of the period who are of Asian-Pakistani ethnicity. The key to cover-ups lie in that direction. You can be sure this group applied pressure on cops and councillors to avoid “racist” investigations.


  36. 62
    TORY PARTY HQ cubicle 5 Kings Cross station London says:

    As i said before , What about all the shite Dave fed us about these police commissioners being held accountable and can be removed by voters ?

    This twat has no intention of going anywhere


    • 70
      TORY PARTY HQ cubicle 5 Kings Cross station London says:

      This is an absolute fucking joke . Even the home secretary cannot remove him
      Cameron created these elected positions with vast salary and expenses , paid for yet again by the tax payers , which nobody wanted , as the poll results clearly show less than 15% of people even bothered to voteand the posts are above redress ?

      Cameron you are an idiot !


      • 83
        Mr W says:

        Rest assured I am not resigning and not going anywhere.

        I am going to stay where I am and start kicking a few arses to ensure people are brought to justice.

        If May Miliband and the others do not like it then that is unfortunate.

        I will let the people of Rotherham decide whather or not to get rid of me at the end of my mandate.


  37. 63
    Silent Majority says:

    These people should be sacked on the spot and stripped of all their pensions. They can spend the rest of their lives working for charity.

    No rewards for failure.


  38. 64
    The Association of Unemployed Law Graduates says:

    If any young men or women have been sexually abused we urge them to contact us.

    Our trained students will provide, free of charge, professionally drafted witness statements which we will then lodge with the Police to progress the necessary prosecutions with the minimum of delay.


  39. 68
    Pookie Snackumberger says:

    Just an observation. I don’t watch the BBC’s news if I can help it, but happened to see the beginning of last nights ‘news at ten’, and couldn’t help thinking of the juxtaposition of the chronic Rotherham abuse crimes and the piece that directly followed it of a young girl shooting dead a man with a powerful automatic rifle.

    It seems to me that tragic shooting piece could be seen as a kind of revenge scenario in which a little girl shots a strange man who has been instructing her in, what many would see as, bad things. Which was this juxtaposition to be by design would go some way to give a feeling of closure, or at the very least switch the story away from calculated and conscious actions by the political left to one of haphazard and accidental tragedy.

    Now I am not saying that the Leftists that put together and presented this program are as callous, cynical and without compassion as to do such a thing, but it did seem a bit of a coincidence; and anyway why was this unfortunate shooting accident which happened thousands of miles away in another country the second most important thing on the British news.

    Oh, and see how terrible it is for the public to be armed.


    • 76
      Long John Silver's parrot says:

      Did you here Christine Lagarde got arrested yesterday for signing off a financial settlement to Bernard Tapie after the had been suing Credit Lyonnais for over ten years for fraud?


  40. 72
    Will says:

    For the former leader not to realise what was going on points to 2 things either he was completely useless or he did not want to know what was going on. Either was he is culpable as he was leader of the council and being paid to do his job. It also says that why did the director of social services bring this to his attention. A


  41. 73
    Bumsex Dave says:

    Don’t forget me! I’m still here!


  42. 74

    I see the BBC is still struggling with the nature of the perpetrators of this wicked savagery on an industrial scale across the UK against English children – they’re muslims. That’s the common factor BBC, ok? The British public worked it out years ago – why can’y you?


  43. 75
    ROTTEN-ham says:


  44. 77
  45. 78
    Anonymous says:

    Where’s Miliband? Still no comment from him!


  46. 80
    Sharon Smoothshit says:

    Old socialists never die, they simply get paid to go away.


  47. 85
    Casual Observer II says:

    What’s the problem? These people are prime examples of grossly overpaid PC employees typical of the bloated public sector in the ConLibLab U.K.

    Be fair. Either leave them alone or sack and prosecute all the other fucking bastards sponging off the taxpayers, starting with all the scum in Westminster.


  48. 86
    Anon. says:

    Nothing on Rotherham from either of these two people. Disgraceful.


  49. 87
    Hugh Janus says:

    These poisonous people, with their limpet-like attachment to the public teat, epitomise what is wrong with the cosy conspiracy to deny those who put them there the right of recall. Until this is put in place these scum have no intention of being held accountable for their inept and negligent actions.


  50. 88
    Anonymous says:

    Time for some very heavy stable cleansing.


  51. 93
    Will says:

    No wonder labour did not get rid of Joyce Thacker as they were worried that she would open this can of worms. It that how she managed to get labour to back her over the ukip issue. Mind you if she resigns now she can whee pick up her index linked pension and have it paid to her if she is over 55. I bet she is hoping the council offer her a nice big package to leave with a nice payoff.


    • 106
      Will says:

      Guido you might want to ask some of your sources if the Joyce Thacker was having a relationship with shawn wight the now pcx commissioner it might explain a lot about the inaction and closing of ranks


  52. 96
    Anonymous says:

    You have to feel sorry for the good people of Rotherham. Their so called leadership seems to have a sort of Sicilian quality about it.


    • 142
      Drips that dropped says:

      If it’s happening in one town, the who says it’s not happening elsewhere, time plod woke up to the fact they get paid to protect all of the people of the country and not just one section who keep shouting racist at everybody, get rid of ACPO that’s where the rot started from, these police commissioners are a joke, we had better control of plod via the watch committee’s, wake up Cameron, this is your watch that this is happening and the sh1t will be thrown at you, even after next May when your chances of a second slice of PM ship will be zero.


  53. 101
    Col. Nut says:

    For their services to vulnerable children the Rotherham pc loonies should be awarded Jim’ll Fix It medallions.


  54. 104
    Mr Wright says:

    Full civil service pensions all round no matter what you do or fail to do.

    Hear ! Hear !


    • 115
      Sharon Smoothshit says:

      Don’t forget huge lump sum pay-offs !! :)


      • 154
        Drips that dropped says:

        Yes, we seen that happen a few years ago in our council two so called “directors” who failed totally, ran away to elsewhere with tens of thousands of pounds, both should have come up before the Crown court, to explain.


  55. 110
    Anonymous says:

    Just watched Javed Khan of Barnado’s on sky. Guido should add his mugshot to the list.


  56. 119
    Anonymous says:

    Interesting to see the Labour scummites distancing themselves from him as early as yesterday morning, as evidenced in his wikipedia edits (removed labour references before he’d even ‘resigned’ from the party).
    Typical socialists . Rather than spend effort in finding out what went on and to what extent , they scurry around altering history.


  57. 123
    Harridan Harmanhater says:

    WOT ???!!!!!!

    Liked by 1 person

  58. 125
    Pookie Snackumberger says:

    So what if anything did the bbc do or say in defence of these victims of the political lefts cover up for all those years?

    Aren’t hey supposed to be reporters and investigative journalists?

    Or are they as much part of the leftist coverup as the rest of them.


    • 236
      Anonymous says:

      And what did the Daily Mail and the rest of the media do or say?

      They’re all part of the liblabcon ruling class shitting over everyone else.


  59. 126
    Shooty* says:

    R4 just had interview with Kier Starmer and the Times Journo who worked on this, and whose name I didn’t catch.

    Starmer was as useless as one would expect. Journo did fantastically, saying that people are still avoiding tackling the ethnic element of this abuse and confronting it head on.

    Humphries shut him down immediately, moving back to Starmer.

    “If we ignore the problem, it doesn’t exist. They’re very Peaceful really, everyone knows that.”


    • 146
      Anonymous says:

      Just heard it too. It took 10 minutes into the interview, dominated by Kier Starmer on to represent the Labour Party on justice issues, before Times Journo Andrew Norfolk was allowed to get the “P’@kistani” word in.

      Starmer, on four occasions kept saying Rochdale instead of Rotherham (what a fucking useless plank!) and to top it off, he still wouldn’t concede that this was an ethnic problem to do solely with P’@kistani men and he then went on to quote a report by that fucking 4×2 bitch Sue Berelowitz “that concluded that this was not confined the any one race”.

      When will you fuckers on here start to understand that it is a J’ewish inspired libertarian agenda that has lead to this rampant and viperous atmosphere to descend on this country that is known as “politically correctness”?


    • 298
      inside out says:

      The journalist name Andrew Norfolk.They have tried to shut him and the Times up over this story for years.Even tried court injunctions,this is why we need a free press.


      • 325
        BBC+Guardian axis of evil says:

        Free press as long as its just for us


      • 331
        Labour are anti-British, anti-family, anti-working class, pro-Islamists, anti-free speech,0 says:

        The über-socialists in the media and in politics support Secret Courts, Secret Balllots, and love to impose injunctions towards freedom of expression.


  60. 129
    Anonymous says:

    It really puts your faith in humanity that Paul Lakin now thinks that criminals should be punished even if they aren’t white. What a magnanimous man.


  61. 130
    Anonymous says:

    Is that the same Thacker woman as in the anti-Ukip fostering row?


    • 132
      Rottenham's rotten Labour Council says:

      RACIST !!


    • 155
      The most stupid bigoted woman in Britain says:

      It beggars belief she removed homeless and vulnerable children from caring and loving foster parents because they voted UKIP but left other children to be gang r@ped, tortured and bartered with gangs of taxi drivers and take away food workers because they were P@kistani.


  62. 134
    stop this Islamic protection racket says:

    The common theme in all this is our councils, police, social services and Westminster MPs treating the Islamic communities as untouchable, outside the law and a special case.

    FS there should not be separate communities in Britain anyway. Emigrate here, then integrate here, else go back home.


  63. 136
    A Society of Cowards says:


  64. 137
    SS says:

    Spot the Mong, trick question they are all mongs.


  65. 138
    Oi vey, my life says:

    Labour politicians can hand over our children into the hands of rape gangs and then work to hide this from society for years. It doesnt come as a surprise that the rape gangs were able to operate in labour areas does it?

    labour on 35%

    People still supporting a party that happily allowed rape gangs to go about their business protecting them, excusing them, empowering them, enabling them and abandoning the victims to their fate.


  66. 145
    Anon. says:


  67. 147
    Esther from Primark says:

    Perhaps Mr Wright could stay in office and donate his salary to charity?

    He could also call in some honorary independent assistants from Rotherham to help for the rest of his mandate.


  68. 148

    Questions du jour:

    Why did Labour orchestrate and still support the Musl!m r’ape of Br!tain ?

    Why is it still happening ?

    Vote UKIP :-D


  69. 152
    Anon. says:

    Race hustler plays the race card or something?


    • 160
      Mr Gregory says:

      Good point Mr Jasper. He would have been untouchable and no one would have dared criticise him.


    • 163
      jgm2 says:

      Imagine if he was a piano.


    • 173
      Drips that dropped says:

      Yeh, we can imagine, absolutely nothing would be done, no action would be taken, the carpets would be full of lumps where everything had been brushed under, media/plod/politicians/”experts”/professors of sh1t/ Cameron,Milliboy/Clegg, would all be in hiding, yes it’s easy to imagine ask each of the 1400 kids plus who’s lives have been wrecked, you would be better calling everybody racist, it’s much more profitable.


    • 193
      Travel Agent says:

      “his mother being of Irish and Sierra-Leonean descent and his father Jamaican”

      3 possible countries for him to go to if he doesn’t like it here.


    • 195
      Anonymous says:

      Very Smug Mr Grasper, You’re not so high up the evolution chain yourself.


  70. 156
    Raving Loon says:

    The worst thing is that Rotherham probably isn’t the only place where this is happening.


  71. 157
    Social Worker 'on the social' says:

    The political heads are easy to call for – they are also the easiest to defend if the ‘dirt’ was never formally reported to them at the time concerned. The same can sometimes be said of the departmental bosses which is why Sharon Shoesmith got off with all that cash.

    The really guilty ones are likely to be the second and third line police commanders and the team managers of the social services who either failed to make the right noises about the problems their staff brought to them or failed to scream when their bosses ignored them. A lot of these will have moved on with promotions or retired but they ought to be traceable.

    btw whatever happened to those people who were given the report by that whistle blower in Rochdale? Everything seems to have gone quiet on that one. Perhaps that nice Mr Danzuk could enlighten us although he has his knockers.


  72. 159
    jgm2 says:

    The banality of evil.


  73. 161
  74. 164
    ROTTEN-ham says:


  75. 170
    Fruitcake, swivel eyed loon, closet racist, crackpot, crank and gadfly says:

    Why is it whenever I see that photo of Thacker the first thing that comes to mind are the female SS guards at Dachau.


  76. 174
    Dave says:

    Lessons will be learned and we have to move on from here.

    Meanwhile I have relaxed planning regulations throughout Britain and hundreds of thousands of new homes and developments will be built on green belt land to accommodate the immigration which is so vital to our country and prosperity (especially house builders)


    • 186
      TORY PARTY HQ cubicle 5 Kings Cross station London says:

      Well you had better build a few more schools and hospitals as the ones we have are fuckin rammed with the breeding cultural enrichers


  77. 183
    Anonymous says:

    This royal throne of kings, this sceptred isle,
    This earth of majesty, this seat of Mars,
    This other Eden, demi-paradise,
    This fortress built by Nature for herself
    Against infection and the hand of war,
    This happy breed of men, this little world,
    This precious stone set in the silver sea,
    Which serves it in the office of a wall
    Or as a moat defensive to a house,
    Against the envy of less happier lands,–
    This blessed plot, this earth, this realm, this England.


  78. 184
    Anonymous says:

    Myra Hindley – 5 victims
    Rosemary West – at least 10 victims
    Joyce Thacker – more tham 1,400 victims


    • 200
      TORY PARTY HQ cubicle 5 Kings Cross station London says:

      There have been cases of Peado’s being given life sentences for downloading / distriubtion of excessive amounts of child porn
      yet here we have actual abusers still walking the streets un challenged
      Not forgetting officials still employed on huge salaries being rewarded for failure


  79. 190
    Ignoring the Elephant in the romm. Yet again. says:

    It was P@kistani taxi drivers and take away food workers.

    Why is the BBC censoring this?


  80. 198
    Owen Jones says:

    How about Shaun Wright being dismissed for dereliction of duty?


  81. 198

    Come on Guido – how many of these, besides Thacker, were Common Purpose. All of them? And how many more of the Rotherham establishment?


  82. 203

    Keep eye on the ball:

    McKinstry seems to be a Labour plant – attacking a symptom, not the disease.

    Vote UKIP :-D


  83. 205
    Penny Red says:

    We had been linking the Left-Wing to Grooming Gangs months before Rotherham came out – they even tried to silence us


    • 341
      Aardvark says:

      This is a pro-fascist, ant-Semitic race hate site.

      We’ve enough of these sad wankers on this site to deal with already.


  84. 207
    molemen says:

    Heres another rouge off to greener pastures appointed during the reign of our red queen..

    This is from the City Council website in March 2012.

    “Dr Sonia Sharp is leaving Sheffield City Council after being personally asked to lead on services for young children for the State of Victoria, Australia – a more senior role than the one she currently holds.

    She was appointed to this senior government role because of the innovative work she has done here at Sheffield City Council for the last four years, in particular the work done to create integrated services for early childhood development.

    One of her first tasks will be to establish Multi Agency Support Teams (MAST) similar to ones she has been instrumental in setting up here and which have significantly improved child safety, health and early learning across Sheffield.

    Four years ago the Australian government passed legislation to make its children’s services integrated and while good work has been undertaken, there is still significant opportunity for improvement.. Dr Sharp was singled out as the person to lead this work following a global search across countries including Canada, America, New Zealand and the UK.

    An announcement will be made at a future date about establishing any replacement for the role of the Executive Director of Children, Young People and Families. ”

    Shes still there..


  85. 211
    Mehdi Hasan says:

    Labour has blood on it’s hands -(Rotherham Abuse) Now more than ever we have to crush Political Correctness!


  86. 212
    TORY PARTY HQ cubicle 5 Kings Cross station London says:

    One victim on the radio yesterday groomed and abused from age 11 said she went to the police three times with her parents on one occasion two asian men were arrested and confessed to what they had done , wich was word for word what the young girl had told them , The men were then told by police they would face no further action
    The girl was plied with drugs and alcohol for wich the abusers told her that the sex was paying back the debt , but as they gave her more drugs / alcohol every time , the debt never decreased
    eventually her parents took her to social services , who told the parents to arrange a meeting with the men and come to an agreement to pay off the debt
    Absolutely astonishing .
    Her parents eventually had to send her abroad to escape these peado gangs


  87. 214
    Letts have some real scrutiny says:

    Just follow the likes of Ged Fitzgerald…went to Lancashire County Council and made a total Fuck Up, them in one of the truly dodgy transfers he left and went to Liverpool, whilst Lancashire got Liverpool’s Phil Halsall (who was as they say “asked to leave”) and who was also asked to leave Lancashire CC in 2013.

    These twats stick to the public teat like $hit to a blanket, yet we the Tax paying/rate paying have little or no say as they have over the last 20 years closed all of the debate down.

    Please lets have some light shone on these Common Purpose ba$tards


    • 225
      nell says:

      And everytime they get asked to leave because they’re found to be not up to the job they get a golden handshake that runs into the hundreds of thousands and the council then covers it up and doesn’t tell the taxpayer that this money has been paid. It’s a widespread practice in local government.


  88. 215
    Sharon Smoothshit says:


  89. 221
    The Police are a disgrace says:

    1,400 genuine child victims of crime and most likely many more and South Yorkshire police failed to act on behalf of all of them. They even told these children that they were the guilty ones and not the perpetrators.

    The perpetrators were all of P@kistani origin and had jobs which made them free to move around and integrate with these children, they had a religion which told them these young girls were sluts and theirs to be abused and traded. Arresting these gangs of men would have been easy but South Yorkshire police preferred to ignore it all because of their religion.

    Two weeks ago a large team of South Yorkshire police raided the home of an elderly white Christian man of previous good character because of one 30 year old allegation of sexual misconduct and invited the British state broadcaster to attend with an outside broadcast unit and helicopter borne film crew.


    • 278
      THE POLICE says:

      Decisive action will be taken by the force as soon as the P*k*st$nis involved have had a chance to fly home for a few weeks holiday: then they can come back here when it will all be forgotten about.

      It is time for all involved to move on: this issue has diverted us from our primary task of seeking out and punishing any thought crimes committed by horrible white people.


    • 301
      bergen says:

      It’s all the reaction to Macpherson, sadly. Ever since the police bungled the Lawrence murder and were (properly) hauled over the coals for it , they have been terrified to be seen to be doing anything that could be alleged to be racist, especially during the New Labour years when Blair openly declared war on “forces of conservatism”. They weren’t going to rock the boat.


  90. 223
    Owen Jones,Socialist turned Capitalist says:

    PC Blakelock – murdered by multiculturalism! Lee Rigby – Murdered by multiculturalism! James Foley – Murdered by multiculturalism!


  91. 230
    Mr Wright says:

    Enoch Powell was RIGHT to warn against immigration, claims MP It’s good to see he won’t apologise for his comments


  92. 233
    nell says:

    I know militwit came out yesterday and whispered that the police commissioner should resign but beyond that he and his front bench labour pals have been absolutely silent on this haven’t they. I suppose they’re hoping no-one is going to attach any blame to them or to labour.

    And where’s hattyharpic and her pal patriciahewitt by the way, not to mention the hodges woman who have all been involved in the past in covering up and even offering support to perpetrators of these sort of acts? What do they have to say about this?


    • 273
      Ed's last TweeT says:

      FFS this mong emits Tweets like a canary with verbal diarrhoea normally


    • 312
      The Critic. says:

      Be fair, he has taken decisive action – Wright has resigned from the Labour Party. You need to ask why Miliband has not condemned those involved yet? he’s normally on the bandwagon pretty fast.

      Can’t figure out a line on this to gain political advantage Ed? That’s the last thing you should be thinking about. What other reasons are there? I’ll give you 1400 for starters.

      Elect this piece of shite at your peril Britain


  93. 240
    Mrs May says:

    Shaun Wright resigns from Labour as penance. That’s like Harold Shipman getting off murder charges by returning his library card.


  94. 242
    HenryV says:

    I bet the day after the GE in Rotherham you won’t find anybody who ADMITS to voting Labour even though the night before a Labour MP would have been elected.

    If Labour had any backbone they wouldn’t stand in the city for the next cycle of elections.


    • 258

      Believe me when I say if Wright ,Thacker, and the rest of them stood for election in Rotherham this very morning they would quite likely win with a thumping majority ,that is the extent of the slavish moronic Labour vote.


  95. 247
    Oy Vey,here we go again says:

    Net migration to Britain totalled 243,000 in year to March, up from 175,000 in the previous year


  96. 249

    We do not need these pathetic people in England – send them to the countries they love


  97. 254
    Taxi for Shaun Wright says:

    What Shaun Wright knows about actual policing could be written on the back of a stamp and still leave room for the complete works of Shakespeare.


  98. 255
    Prime Minister David Cameron looking resplendent with a Hi Vis jacket and a custom made fart flap says:

    Good morning bell pieces and muck troughs


  99. 259
    MB. says:

    Meanwhile in one party state Scotland.

    Top judge tells Kenny MacAskill to resign over ‘secretive’ decision to arm police officers on patrol

    (MacAskill is the person who released the Lockerbie bomber from prison)


  100. 260
    Asian Child Abuse Industry Spokesman says:

    You’re all wacists, and should be prosecuted immediately.


  101. 261
    Has the world gone mad? says:

    Since when was resigning from the Labour party regarded as any form of punishment?


  102. 268
    nell says:

    MP calling for an independent criminal investigation into shaun Wright and the others hopefully including that three at the top of this page. I hope other MP’s will join him and put on the pressure.


  103. 272
    Owen Jones,champagne quaffing and cigar smoking socialist says:

    You’ve got to get MAD!

    ….Rotherham …..RotherhamAbuse …..Dunblane


  104. 292
    nell says:

    looking at that photo of the hardfaced thacker, she rather gives you the shivers doesn’t she? – apart from the fact that she is obviously lacking any moral backbone – she also seems to lack any compassion or empathy with the human race whatever. she wouldn’t be out of place as a prison warder supervising one of those american gang thingies!


  105. 294
    Sandalista says:

    Allison Pearson at the Telegraph asks;

    “Let’s start with a riddle. If South Yorkshire Police can mount a raid on Sir Cliff Richard’s home in pursuit of evidence linked to a single allegation of child sex abuse 30 years ago, why were South Yorkshire Police incapable of pursuing multiple allegations against multiple men who raped 1,400 children over 16 years? “


  106. 295
    Anonymous says:

    “Time to clear some desks”.
    Winner of this week’s Clegg’s Factor, has to be whoever presided over the current child-sex scandal. First prize being elevation to those exulted heights, of non-accountability to the people, already peopled by Banksters and non-recallable politicians. The Academy for Performing Disservices, offers its profound thanks. For a tireless contribution, to no more Nick-nicking of nonces.


  107. 297

    Prosecute the lot of them. Misdemeanour in public office would be a start.


  108. 299
    Anonymous says:

    Waiting for huge payoffs before doing the decent thing…..


  109. 300
    Party of Dave still letting in 520,000 immigrants per year says:

    They are the real racists.


  110. 304
    No more lies and excuses says:

    I have a broken TV now after Dromey’s inane comments on Newsnight.

    BBC/Labour Party cover-up in progress. PIE anyone?


  111. 307
    Anonymous says:

    The Rotherham Four are guilty-OK! But what about the other nineteen or so?


  112. 308
    Unsocialable worker says:

    Can you imagine the uproar if it were Asian girls being abused by white men, it wouldn’t have gone on for all those years. Would it?


  113. 314
    Anonymous says:

    I know Mrs Balls has spoken but has Mrs Dromy said anything?


  114. 321
    Unbelievable modesty says:

    Check out Yasmin A-B’s tweet this morning…..


  115. 324
    Rotten Borough says:

    The CEO, Dimwit, should resign: so should the rest: and then we should prosecute the hell out of them.


  116. 334
    Allo Allo Allo £££££££££££££££££ says:

    Nice photographs for a who’s who of nonces!

    I see Shaun Wright must be the ultimate in champagne socialists, throw away the worthless party members card……

    ……hold on the £100,000.00 job and don’t lose any sleep over rape muder and mayhem.

    Allo allo allo what’s all this then, I see no criminals, pass another glass.

    Amazingly he had to ask his family what to do! FFS they must be a large bunch of shits.


  117. 336
    The answer? says:

    The answers simple actually.
    If the government won’t do anything about it.
    We as a nation can apply pressure in a different way.
    Other businesses, if you order online phone listen to the accent on the other end first.
    Bankrupt them.
    Or at least the ones who work, and they are the ones believe me who have the most influence in their so called communities.
    However I am sure most of us have already thought of this and will stick to it.


  118. 337
    DDC says:

    Thacker, Lakin, Bothofem: OUT, OUT, OUT!!


  119. 338
    Maimed Codger says:

    Vote Socialist and this is what you get…remember this at the election


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Gyles Brandreth writes in his memoirs:

“Sunday, May 10, 1998

Early start: appearing on Breakfast With Frost, to be broadcast from 11 Downing Street. The Chancellor [Gordon Brown] is grouchily amiable, but so earnest — and still biting his fingernails to the quick.

After the show, he took us upstairs to his flat. He lives above No 10, while Blair and family are in the No 11 duplex, which is bigger and more like a proper house.

I was intrigued that, when he took us into his bedroom, the Chancellor rather ostentatiously opened the built-in wardrobes, as if he wanted us to see the women’s frocks that were hanging in there.

They looked quite large, but I don’t think they belong to Gordon. I assume they belong to his girlfriend [Sarah Macaulay, who he later married].

I presume he was keen for us to know that he has one — and that she’s not a ‘beard’. I don’t think he does anything without calculation.”

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Now the SNP know how UKIP voters feel all the time.

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