Shirlz writes –
There seems to be some confusion over these ‘inquiries’ (three of them now)…
(rightfully so, TBTB are looking to confuse, complicate and obviously ‘whitewash’ this one).
I noticed this yesterday, David Cameron, when talking about ‘inquiry’, was referring to ‘Inquiry into Missing Dossiers… NOT ‘all encompassing inquiry into institutionalised child abuse’
-Peter Wanless will lead a ‘review’, into the missing dossier and how the Home Office handled the allegations (114 missing dossiers?)
-A major inquiry is to be launched into child sex abuse carried out at every level of society, Home Secretary Theresa May announced today.
A panel of experts will examine evidence that successive governments, charities, political parties, the NHS, the BBC and the Church failed to protect children from paedophiles.
It is NOT a full-scale public inquiry, but an ‘inquiry panel’ (based on Hillsborough inquiry).
The panel Chairman has NOT been declared.
The panel members have NOT been decided, but are expected to be experts from various agencies and child protection services (anyone Senior form Law Enforcement agencies? NCA? SOCA?)
If the panel members – who are yet to be appointed – demands it, ministers could convert it to a public inquiry at a later date.
‘the exercise would look not only at state institutions, but would bring the church into its scope and would also examine the role of political parties including the conduct of whips’ offices at Westminster.’
The inquiry would also be entitled to look into papers kept by the security services, and May said she would see if former officials could be freed from obligations under the Official Secrets Act.’
It could include reports from Special Branch, intelligence services and submissions sent to Prime Ministers.
Shirlz writes –