Author Topic: Graham Stringer: Vulnerable children weren't protected  (Read 388 times)

celeste

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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-51385258


The Labour MP said he "varies between despair and outrage at the failures" of GMP and Manchester City Council to protect young girls and boys from "predatory sexual exploitation".

Mr Stringer said he and four other Manchester MPs had written to the Attorney General asking for a fresh inquest into Victoria's death, adding "her death was eminently foreseeable".

In response Mr Foster said the report "told a story... of vulnerable young people let down by those whose job it was to protect them".
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Re: Graham Stringer: Vulnerable children weren't protected
« Reply #1 on: 09:08:36, 06/02/20 »
These wasn’t “ failures “ both bodies turned a blind eye to it because of the perpetrators ethnicity .

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Re: Graham Stringer: Vulnerable children weren't protected
« Reply #2 on: 09:22:19, 06/02/20 »
These wasn’t “ failures “ both bodies turned a blind eye to it because of the perpetrators ethnicity .
For the people that pander to these animals no amount of sickness and butchery is to high a price to pay for the mythical cause of multiculturalism, Chakrabarti is vowing to oppose any attempts to keep the animals that commit murder on our streets in gaol.
  It's also been revealed that Police Scotland have covered up paedophile activity by Take away workers and Taxi drivers in Glasgow.

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Re: Graham Stringer: Vulnerable children weren't protected
« Reply #3 on: 09:26:13, 06/02/20 »
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-51397956


Scotland's finance secretary has quit hours before delivering his budget over claims he messaged a 16-year-old boy on social media.
The Scottish Sun reported that Derek Mackay contacted the boyover a six-month period, and told him that he was "cute".

Mr Mackay said he had "behaved foolishly" and took full responsibility for his actions.
And he apologised "unreservedly" to the boy and his family.

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said she had accepted Mr Mackay's resignation, adding: "Derek has made a significant contribution to government, however he recognises that his behaviour has failed to meet the standards required."
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Re: Graham Stringer: Vulnerable children weren't protected
« Reply #4 on: 09:32:07, 06/02/20 »
Quote:  Chakrabarti is vowing to oppose any attempts to keep the animals that commit murder on our streets in gaol.




 :o  then at least deport them

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