Matthew Steeples slams the decision to waste yet more money on top of the £14 million spent by searching a reservoir for Madeleine McCann; it is time precious resources were reallocated to searches for missing people capable of actually being found.
As a girl brought up in Poland goes on ‘Dr Phil’ to claim to be Madeleine McCann, why is Operation Grange likely to receive a top-up on the £14 million already wasted? Why not help fund the search for other missing people instead?
Matthew Steeples asks: “Are intimidation tactics at work with a suspected arson attack on the caravan storage site formerly owned by the mother of Luke Mitchell?” and speaks with Dr Sandra Lean and Shaun Attwood about this most curious case.
Just as the toxic culture of sexual abuse at the Metropolitan Police is highlighted, we again remind that it was a female one-time school chum of noxious nonce Ghislaine Maxwell, Dame Cressida Dick, who presided over this rotten organisation for much of this period.
As it is revealed that Scottish police disgracefully destroyed evidence in the Luke Mitchell case, we highlight two other equally shocking examples of police evidence destruction and call for reinvestigations of all three cases.
Though Tory twerp Shaun Bailey got away with partying with billionaire Nick Candy during the 2020 lockdowns, that this ludicrous loser and electoral disaster area might now get a seat in the House of Lords courtesy of his chum Boris Johnson is utterly outrageous.
That motormouthed MP Diane Abbott took to Twitter to defend a migrant rapist simply shows her as an utter twerp; perhaps, instead, she should focus on controlling her own son – a brat who likes to go around exposing himself – instead first.
EXCLUSIVE – Matthew Steeples suggests the biggest story about last night’s local elections has been missed – the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea now has a one-time “explicit gay porn” actor as a councillor, whether he is into “tractor porn” like ex-MP Neil Parish is unknown but today we condemn also his decision to share imagery of knives .
The BBC’s ‘Four Lives’ – a drama based on the serial killer Stephen Port – provides further illustration of the incompetence of the Metropolitan Police; it is time for wholesale reform and for cat-like Dame Cressida Dick’s nine lives to end.