The Government’s Response

Until recent events regarding Jimmy Savile and North Wales drove our agenda up the politicians’ list of priorities we had received the attached letters from Michael Gove and Tim Laughton at the Department of Education.

Tim Laughton (now out of Government) has clearly taken on board our requests for an inquiry and is calling for an all-encompassing Inquiry to look into the extant of abuse in all institutions where children have been “looked after” and to learn lessons for the future. Please see his open letter to the Prime Minister at

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
 
 
Please click here to see the Government’s response. michael gove letter
 

DOCUMENTS

Download Campaign Summary (word doc.)
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Download Evidence Document (word doc.)
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CAMPAIGN UPDATE 2012/13
Click here – Updating Report for SCCA Campaign 19.02.13

Contact Us

For more information contact:

David Greenwood, Chairman
STOP CHURCH CHILD ABUSE.
enquiries@stopchurchchildabuse.co.uk - tel : 01924 882000

Working Party

Anne Lawrence, MACSAS

Sue Cox, Survivors Voice Europe

Richard Sorer, Pannone LLP Solicitors

Graham Wilmer, The Lantern Project

Peter Saunders, NAPAC

David Greenwood, Switalskis LLP solicitors
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