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Simon Heffer,Telegraph reporter backing Amber Rudd,Home secretary Abandon Child Abuse inquiry

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Simon Heffer,Telegraph reporter backing Amber Rudd,Home secretary Abandon Child Abuse inquiry

Post by willowthewisp on Sat 10 Sep 2016 - 16:19

Well here we have it the fight back begins,Simon Heffer from the Telegraph,wishes that the Home Secretary,Amber Rudd to Abandon the current Abuse Inquiry on cost grounds and what is it's purpose as they will not further any Evidence that they have not already uncovered?
Mr Heffer has close relations to a lot of"Chums"who are part of the Elite Echelons of the Private Schools system,thought to be associated to Ministers from the Church of England?

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Re: Simon Heffer,Telegraph reporter backing Amber Rudd,Home secretary Abandon Child Abuse inquiry

Post by MayMuse on Sat 10 Sep 2016 - 16:48

@willowthewisp wrote:Well here we have it the fight back begins,Simon Heffer from the Telegraph,wishes that the Home Secretary,Amber Rudd to Abandon the current Abuse Inquiry on cost grounds and what is it's purpose as they will not further any Evidence that they have not already uncovered?
Mr Heffer has close relations to a lot of"Chums"who are part of the Elite Echelons of the Private Schools system,thought to be associated to Ministers from the Church of England?
Cost grounds? 
Do you think SY could lend 'em a few bob? 
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Re: Simon Heffer,Telegraph reporter backing Amber Rudd,Home secretary Abandon Child Abuse inquiry

Post by whodunit on Sat 10 Sep 2016 - 18:17

This was never not going to happen, sooner or later.
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Re: Simon Heffer,Telegraph reporter backing Amber Rudd,Home secretary Abandon Child Abuse inquiry

Post by BlueBag on Sat 10 Sep 2016 - 20:53

It's a disgrace and the establishment is corrupt.
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