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In October Rotherham Council commissioned Professor Alexis Jaya former chief social work adviser to the Scottish governmentto conduct an independent inquiry into its handling of child-sexual-exploitation reports since Walker, in which immense quantities of cannon of the largest calibre were wrought for government during the war, till the works were given up by the original proprietors, and let out to small capitalists.
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Retrieved 18 December She withdrew her statements. He pled guilty to four rapes and two attempted rapes in Julybut denied responsibility for one other rape. Keith Vaz said: "The proliferation of revelations about files which can no longer be located gives rise to public suspicion of a deliberate cover-up.
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British Muslims and members of the British-Pakistani community condemned both the abuse and that it had been covered up. Independent Premium app. John Rentoul.
Andrew Norfolk of The Times first wrote about localised grooming in , after moving from London to Leeds, when he wrote a brief story about the Keighley child sex abuse ring. The House of Commons Home Affairs Committee began hearing evidence about localised grooming in June , as a result of the Rotherham convictions in Operation Central , Andrew Norfolk's articles in the Times , and the Rochdale child sex abuse ring Operation Span , which saw 12 men convicted in May Bamburgh Castle in Northumberland, which re-opened to the public after being closed due to the coronavirus lockdown.