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The truth will eventually out

As revelations that Lord Brittan has been questioned by police regarding an alleged rape, we urge David Cameron to give more resources to investigations...

May Fernbridge finally be investigated

As police raid the offices of Lord Janner, we urge those running Operation Fernbridge to step up their game   The revelation in the Sunday People...

Forcing Fernbridge

It is time to step up Operation Fernbridge   As Max Clifford faces further police questioning and Rolf Harris’ trial hears that he wrote a letter...

Goodbye 2013

Thoughts for the year ahead   2013 has not been the best of years. We’ve lost Margaret Thatcher and Sir David Frost and the word “selfie”...

Finding the truth of Fernbridge

Now is the time to progress Operation Fernbridge   Some will say he’s dead and unable to defend himself but now that the Metropolitan Police have...

Did you know?

A new column revealing facts you may or may not already know   Sir Cliff Richard was allegedly praised in the 1970s for staying in Britain...

Kasir and a cover up

As Haroon Kasir is arrested on suspicion of the possession of indecent images of children, we must ask why additional resources are not allocated...

Something and nothing

Rupert Murdoch’s comments on the police investigation into phone hacking have a degree of logic to them   In stating that the covertly recorded remarks made...
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