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Theresa May and the Nobbler

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Theresa May and the Nobbler

Post by Get'emGonçalo on 31.05.17 19:42



In 1970 the council in Theresa May's Maidenhead constituency, brushed the horrific Green Field House child abuse scandal under the carpet, hoping  it would never again see the light of day.


The child abuse surfaced again some thirty years later in 2000. Maidenhead police investigated but there was insufficient evidence to proceed with a criminal case, so a civil case was pursued by two complainants.



For the following five years *RBWM, denied the abuse ever took place. However, on the 29th November 2006 RBWM were forced to accept responsibility, and they agreed to settle a £300,000 compensation claim with nine rape victims, plus the considerable legal costs incurred from a five year investigation by solicitors Dyer Burdett.


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Theresa May-the nobbler

Post by willowthewisp on 03.06.17 14:21

Get'emGonçalo wrote:


In 1970 the council in Theresa May's Maidenhead constituency, brushed the horrific Green Field House child abuse scandal under the carpet, hoping  it would never again see the light of day.


The child abuse surfaced again some thirty years later in 2000. Maidenhead police investigated but there was insufficient evidence to proceed with a criminal case, so a civil case was pursued by two complainants.



For the following five years *RBWM, denied the abuse ever took place. However, on the 29th November 2006 RBWM were forced to accept responsibility, and they agreed to settle a £300,000 compensation claim with nine rape victims, plus the considerable legal costs incurred from a five year investigation by solicitors Dyer Burdett.


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Hi GGG,Chickens coming "Home to Roost"eh Theresa,not as"Prim and Proper"as the image given to the public,more akin to a broken"Sewer Network",  
The failure to invest in the"Maintenance Departments"Brown waste system to ensure a clean,sparkling vibrant purified Water treatment procedure,happens so often these blockages which are awful to S***t?

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Post by Nina on 03.06.17 16:20

Can this link be used outside of the forum please, and the poster acknowledged?

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Post by Get'emGonçalo on 03.06.17 18:29

Nina wrote:Can this link be used outside of the forum please, and the poster acknowledged?
Yes, of course - I nicked it from twitter anyway!
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