This article was originally published in November 2017. However, in view of the Tories’ eagerness to exploit the justified outrage about Oxfam workers – sacked long ago for their treatment of people in Haiti – it’s appropriate to remind the public about the far larger cover-ups Theresa May and Amber Rudd have been accused of perpetrating:
When Theresa May was Home Secretary, her department was discovered to have ‘lost or destroyed‘ huge amounts of vital evidence of sexual abuse of children by Establishment figures. Her successor, Amber Rudd, has now been accused of withholding more evidence from the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) – for ‘national security reasons’.
An article by The London Economic, tweeted this afternoon by Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott, quotes Labour MP Lisa Nandy – who three weeks ago reduced Theresa May to incoherence with a question about Tory whips’ cover-up of sexual harassment and abuse allegations – alleging that Rudd,
told me that some papers would be withheld from the Cyril Smith inquiry for national security reasons
There are no ‘national security reasons’ in the world big enough to justify yet another Tory cover-up of the abuse of our children by Establishment figures.
If Nandy’s allegation proves to be correct, Rudd and her boss/predecessor May must resign – and preferably face investigation for potential criminal charges.
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