Home Office Review of Child Abuse (Allegations of Child Sexual Abuse linked to Westminster)
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27 Feb 2020 - BBC News
Political institutions failed to respond to historical claims of child sexual abuse but there was no evidence of an organised paedophile network at Westminster, an inquiry has found.
27 Feb 2020 - Independent Inquiry Child Sex Abuse
This investigation concerns institutional responses to allegations of child sexual abuse and exploitation involving persons of public prominence who were associated with Westminster. Westminster is defined in this report as the centre of the United...
08 Oct 2019 - Guardian
Despite Operation Midland’s multiple failures, the Independent Office for Police Conduct has exonerated all concernedThe details revealed last week from a 2016 report by retired judge Richard Henriques that castigated the Metropolitan police over...
07 Oct 2019 - BBC News
The police watchdog has been strongly criticised by a retired High Court judge for its review of how detectives handled false claims of a Westminster paedophile ring.
03 Oct 2019 - BBC News
Home Secretary Priti Patel is to order a third inquiry into the Met's widely criticised investigation into allegations of a VIP paedophile ring.
15 May 2019 - Metro
A man, who became known as Nick, has gone on trial accused of making 'the most heinous' false allegations of child murder, rape and widespread sexual abuse.
Allegations of Child Sexual Abuse linked to Westminster Public Hearing Transcript 31 January to 15th March 2019
19 Mar 2019 - Independent Inquiry Child Sexual Abuse
You will find all documents and information related to hearings that have taken place as part of the Allegations of Child Sexual Abuse linked to Westminster.
13 Mar 2019 - The Guardian
Labour attacks former minister for suggesting investigating 'historical' offences is a waste of money
05 Mar 2019 - The Guardian
Westminster strand of IICSA opens amid criticism of 'moral panic' and 'witch-hunts'
05 Mar 2019 - Independent Inquiry Child Sexual Abuse
The Inquiry has today (Thursday 28 February) published the timetable for the first week of hearings into allegations of child sexual abuse and exploitation involving people of public prominence associated with Westminster.