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Questions over Inquiries independence

Posted on: August 10, 2017

Two panellists of a child abuse inquiry warn participants in the Grenfell Tower and Blood transfusion inquiries Sharon Evans and Graham Wilmer are original panel members of the government’s child abuse inquiry. They have said when the home office was run by Theresa May they had to fight attempts of political control and interference. They have said they want to…

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Social worker allegedly failed

Posted on: August 7, 2017

Social Worker allegedly failed to protect victims of Rochdale Grooming Gang. Deborah McQueen ‘failed to safeguard’ up to eleven vulnerable girls who were groomed by nine men. Deborah McQueen was a manager in Rochdale council’s social worker team. She faces a number of allegations surrounding the children. The allegations date from January 2005 to September 2011. The Rochdale Grooming Gang…

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Senior family Judge says society failed

Posted on: August 4, 2017

Sir James Munby ashamed by support for suicidal girl. President of the Family Division of the High Court, Sir James Munby, says society should be ashamed for not protecting a suicidal girl in secure custody The girl, identified as X, was convicted at a youth court in June and detained in custody. She has tried to kill herself a number…

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Joseph Shade charged with sex offences

Posted on: August 2, 2017

Former EastEnders actor charged with sex offences. Joseph Shade has been charged with sex offences against four teenage girls. Joseph Shade, 23 years old, played Peter Beale in the soap from 1998 until 2004. He is now a youth worker in Sheringham. Mr Shade was accused of eight counts of inciting a person under 18 to engage in sexual activity…

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Former Eastenders Actor Charged

Posted on: November 28, 2016

Joseph Shade aged 23, a former EastEnders’s child actor whom played Peter Beale for six years has been accused of abusing four young girls. Shade has been charged with abusing of a position of trust and inciting sexual activity with a girl, and sexual activity with a girl with the alleged offences taking place from December 2012 to March 2015…

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