An MP leading the campaign to uncover allegations of sexual abuse involving political figures in the 1980s has accused David Cameron of being “dismissive” of the issue.
Simon Danczuk has told Sky News he believes there is a “schism” in the Cabinet over the issue.
He said: “I think the Prime Minister, and I don’t say this lightly, but I think the Prime Minister is quite dismissive of the issue and wants to move on from it.
“Whereas the Home Secretary Theresa May, I think, is very serious about wanting to pursue this. She’s right to say we’re talking about the tip on the iceberg.
“There’s absolutely no doubt about it that there were politicians and other people in power co-operating and assisting each other in the abuse of children, and that’s going to come out and there’s no doubt about that.
“And it’s big in that it involves very high-profile people, and it’s big in terms of the number of people involved in terms of committing the abuse as well. And the number of victims, survivors, is even bigger.”
Earlier this year, David Cameron insisted that robust inquiries “will happen under my Government”.
He stated: “I am absolutely determined that we are going to get to the bottom of these allegations and we’re going to leave no stone unturned to find out the truth about what happened.
TAP – A Satanic Cult runs the world and controls politics. Only child abusers, rapists and killers can ever be promoted to high office. Those of high rank who don’t comply with the demands of the Cult are eliminated…Robin Cook, John Smith, Princess Diana and many many others. Cameron’s a complier.