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LABOUR’S COVER-UP: Gordon Brown’s Government ‘Urged’ Police Not To Investigate Grooming Gangs

GORDON Brown’s Labour Government allegedly urged Police Forces across the UK ‘not to investigate’ grooming gangs.

The Former North West Chief Prosecutor alleged that the Home Office ordered police to ignore grooming gang claims in 2008.

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Nazir Afzal, told the BBC that in 2008 the Home Office sent a circular email to all police forces calling on them to not investigate the sexual exploitation of young girls in towns and cities across the UK.

Speaking on the Radio 4’s PM programme, Mr Afzal the former North West Prosecutor who reversed a Crown Prosecution Service decision and successfully prosecuted the notorious Rochdale rape gang, said: “You may not know this, but back in 2008 the Home office sent a circular to all police forces in the country saying ‘as far as these young girls who are being exploited in towns and cities, we believe they have made an informed choice about their sexual behaviour and therefore it is not for you police officers to get involved in.’”

UKIP’s Spokesman for Families and Children Alan Craig hit out and said: “If Mr Afzal is right then it indicates that the Home Office knew about rape gangs’ sexual crimes against underage girls across the country and wilfully instructed the police not to investigate the claims.

“This brings a whole new dimension to the case – it was thought that both local police and local councils had failed their duty of care, but if true, Mr Afzal’s claims would show that instructions to the police to ignore the claims came from the very top, at the heart of government in Whitehall.”

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UKIP Leader Gerard Batten said: “I demand that the government investigate the claim made by Mr Afzal that the Home Office sent an email circular to all police forces calling on them to cease investigating claims related to the industrialised mass sexual exploitation of young girls across the country.

“If true, Jacqui Smith, the Home Secretary at the time should be investigated for grossly failing her duty of care to countless young women across the length and breadth of the UK.”

UPDATE: Mr Afzal has admitted Jacqui Smith had nothing to do with the order and has apologised to her.

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  1. D-1mv3ryc32j

    27 November 2018 at 03:08

    Actually it as Griffin/Collett of the BNP in 2004 who really brought the race-selected rapes to light. And they got prosecuted for it.

    We can guess there are White paedos but there’s no published evidence they gang up to abuse victims selected purely as members of another ethnicity.

    David Yallop in ‘Deliver us from Evil’ ca. 1981 criticised the Police for incompetence in tracking down the Yorkshire Ripper. Maybe instead however it was by design and to leave at large a useful distraction from organised racist abusers.

    In “Easy Meat: Inside the British Grooming Gang Scandal” (2016) Peter McLoughlin traces the “Asian” abuse gangs back at least thirty years. Maybe it was underway in the mid 1970s…

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