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Rotherham child abuse scandal: Child safety officers will not face disciplinary action


No-one responsible for children’s safeguarding in Rotherham during the 16-year period when more than 1,400 young people were abused will face disciplinary action despite the mounting public anger over the scandal, the chief executive of the council has confirmed.

Martin Kimber told an emotionally charged public cabinet meeting in the South Yorkshire town that there was insufficient evidence to refer any individuals to their professional bodies for misconduct or malpractice inquiries.

Amid calls from the public gallery for the entire council to resign and angry shouts of protest from some councillors and members of the public, Mr Kimber once again publicly backed his director of children’s services, Joyce Thacker, and said no serving member of staff was to blame.

But he called on other local authorities to consider the role played by former senior officers who had now left the council. Last week The Independent revealed that at least three figures employed during the period now held high-ranking positions at other local authorities.

Mr Kimber responding to the report said that because the evidence provided to the Jay inquiry was anonymous he was not able to identify any information implicating individual council officials’ past or present although he said this situation would remain under review. The council did not have the power to question retired or former members of staff, he added.






One individual had been asked to answer further questions on their knowledge of child sexual exploitation issues in the town, as well as what they knew about shared agency reports detailing the criminality. A second employee was to be quizzed as a result of new evidence not contained within the Jay report.

“These discussions will be concluded as swiftly as possible and may or may not lead to further actions,” he said.

“Where there were officers working in senior positions in child care services in Rotherham during the critical period and who are still involved in professional practice today it will be important for their current employers to read the independent Inquiry and form their own conclusions as to their role,” he added.

Among those protesting outside Rotherham Town Hall was a 17-year-old girl, who said she was sexually exploited aged 12 while in foster care.

She said clear evidence had been missed by police and none of the men that abused her had been arrested or prosecuted.

“Police raided where I was staying with him [the alleged abuser] because I was missing to the local authority but they arrested me and not him. It wasn't clear to them that he'd been abusing me even though I was stood there naked.

"That wasn't clear enough to them. He was already on the sex offenders register," she said. Mike Hedges, Chief Constable of South Yorkshire Police from 1998 to 2004, said he did not recall had being made aware of the issue of paedophile gangs.




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Lord Mayor of London Fiona Woolf to lead child abuse inquiry



Lord Mayor of London Fiona Woolf has replaced Lady Butler-Sloss as head of the UK government inquiry into historical child abuse.

Ms Woolf is a City lawyer and former president of the Law Society.

She will head an inquiry panel including child abuse experts and at least one victim of abuse.

Retired judge Baroness Butler-Sloss quit as head of the inquiry in July, saying she was "not the right person" for the job.

She stood down after child abuse victims raised concerns that she is the sister of the late Sir Michael Havers, who was attorney-general in the 1980s when abuse is alleged to have happened.

The inquiry, which was set up in July, was prompted by allegations that figures in Westminster and Whitehall were implicated in covering up child sex abuse, and that police and other authorities did not properly investigate prominent offenders such as Jimmy Savile and Cyril Smith.

'Shaken confidence'

Announcing Ms Woolf's appointment, Home Secretary Theresa May said: "In recent years, we have seen appalling cases of organised and persistent child sex abuse which have exposed serious failings by public bodies and important institutions.

"These failings have sent shockwaves through the country and shaken public confidence in the pillars of society in which we should have total trust.

"That is why the government has announced that an independent panel of experts will consider whether such organisations have taken seriously their duty of care to protect children from sexual abuse.

"We are absolutely clear that we must learn the lessons of past failures and the panel will be instrumental in helping us to do this."

Labour's shadow home secretary Yvette Cooper welcomed the fact that the inquiry was "finally moving forward".

But she added: "We still have no terms of reference for the inquiry and have had no assurances that it will look into current gaps that exist in the child protection system, as well as historical institutional failure.

"We now need urgent answers on both these issues."

Ms Woolf, 66, is an expert in energy markets and has advised many governments and the World Bank on privatisation and energy reforms.

'No time to lose'

As the Lord Mayor of London, she acts as ambassador for the City of London and Britain's financial services industry around the world.

She said: "Ensuring lessons are learned from the mistakes which have been made in the past and resulted in children being subjected to the most horrific crimes is a vital and solemn undertaking.

"I was honoured to be approached to lead such an important inquiry and look forward to working with the panel to ensure these mistakes are identified and never repeated."

She will be assisted as head of the inquiry by Graham Wilmer, a child sexual abuse victim and founder of the Lantern Project, which helps victims of sex abuse, and Barbara Hearn, former deputy chief executive of the National Children's Bureau.

Prof Alexis Jay, author of the recent report into abuse in Rotherham, will act as an expert adviser to the panel, said the Home Office.

Their first tasks are to finalise membership of the panel and agree terms of reference for the inquiry, said the Home Office in a statement.

Rochdale MP Simon Danczuk, who led calls for an overarching inquiry into alleged abuse, backed the appointment of Ms Woolf but called on her to bring "a sense of urgency" to the investigation.

'Victims' voices'

He said the inquiry had lost momentum due to delays after the resignation of Lady Butler-Sloss.

"I'm pleased the Home Secretary has finally got this moving," said the Labour MP.

"Although I would not have looked to high office in the Square Mile to find someone to challenge the establishment, Fiona Woolf is a smart and capable woman and she has my support.

"Britain is in the middle of a child abuse crisis and this inquiry has to be a watershed. It must go to the heart of the establishment and challenge why crimes have been swept under the carpet for so long."

Mr Danczuk added that there was "no time to lose", as some alleged abusers were now very elderly and could die before facing justice.

Matthew Reed, chief executive of the Children's Society, echoed Mr Danczuk's call for no further delays to the inquiry but said it must be "thorough and comprehensive" and the voices of victims must be heard.

"This is a critical opportunity to eliminate the obstacles that have denied these children justice in the past and to stop this horrific crime from happening again," he added.




Another dubious appointment to say the least

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Woolf in sheeps clothing to head the biggest Child Abuse cover-up ever seen



In March 2014 Woolf served with infamous child abuser Leon Brittan on the International Financial Services forum



Alderman Fiona Woolf CBE, Lord Mayor of the City of London
Lord Brittan, Vice Chairman, UBS Investment Bank
Sir Philip Hampton, Chairman, RBS Group
Sir Thomas Harris, Vice Chairman, Asia, Standard Chartered Bank
Anthony Belchambers, Chief Executive, Futures and Options Association
Sharon Bowles MEP, Chair, Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee, European Parliament and Member of the European Parliament for South East England
Ewan Brown, Chairman, Scottish Financial Enterprise
Chris Cummings, Chief Executive, TheCityUK
Douglas Flint, Chairman, HSBC
Gerry Grimstone, Chairman, Standard Life and Chairman, TheCityUK
Rachel Lomax, Former Deputy Governor of the Bank of England and Chair, International Regulatory Strategy Group
Paul Manduca, Chairman, Prudential Plc
John Nelson, Chairman, Lloyd’s of London
Jim O’Neill, Former Chairman, Goldman Sachs Asset Management



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Just to show you all what these cunts find to be in order of importance,fuck the lot of 'em

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This will be stalled until after the next General Election in May.

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This will be stalled until after the next General Election in May.
They're shitting themselves that the cat WILL get out of the bag,so are blatantly naming the head of inquiry knowing all about the conflict of interest with said abusers or abuser apologists.

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