Amid concerns that Scotland Yard has not assigned enough manpower to ongoing sex abuse inquiries, Mr Danczuk said: “I think what we need to do is create an amnesty for former police officers and other people in authority, including border guards, probation staff and social workers.
Not really, for at the back of the allegations is the idea that social and probation workers were implicit in pimping out the children.
As is alleged happened in Islington in a different case. And we would rather like to get to the bottom of all of this and yes, we really would rather like to jail certain people if these allegations stand up.
So no amnesty I think.
And I do hope that this is all thoroughly investigated: should have a certain children’s minister quaking in her boots.