News

27th Feb 2012 – The Physiology of Abuse  – Our understanding of the effects of abuse is changing with advances in science. Sue Cox explains more in her article here physiology of addiction – Sue Cox

 22nd Feb 2012 – Cardinal O’Brien’s resignation over abuse allegations. Click here for the story -  http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/religion/9893539/Cardinal-Keith-OBriens-resignation-casts-shadow-over-Papal-Conclave.html

15th Feb 2012 – Further develpoments in the Cof E diocese of Chichester – visit http://www.shamefultruth.com/

6th Feb 2012 – The Pope resigns Click here – http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2013/feb/23/vatican-pope-gay-conclave-reports 

 Nov 2012  – Former minister Tim Laughton calls for an all encompassing Inquiry into the extent of institutional child abuse.

http://conservativehome.blogs.com/platform/2012/11/dear-prime-minister-i-am-writing-further-to-the-statement-by-the-home-secretary-earlier-today-on-the-inquiry-into-the-inv.html

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