Jane Collins MEP – “Goddard inquiry must examine child abuse at every level”

Published Jul 09, 2015

jane-collins.jpgUKIP MEP, Jane Collins has warned that the independent Goddard inquiry into the sexual abuse of children must be extended to go from the very top, to the very bottom of society in order to “stop the pervasive evil of child sex abuse that lurks in our midst.”

Ms Collins, who has campaigned for action against child abusers since becoming an MEP, said, “While I welcome the start of the independent inquiry after two false starts, its scope must be all encompassing and go from the very top of society, to the very bottom. Only then will we be able to start to tackle the endemic levels of child abuse in the UK.”

“I would also like to see the inquiry given an investigation team that has the power to interview suspects under caution and gather evidence for future criminal prosecutions.”

“Frankly, it’s sickening that it has taken this long for the establishment to acknowledge there is an endemic problem with CSE in the UK. Thousands of children have needlessly suffered at the hands of abusers while they have gotten their act together.”

“I just hope that the Goddard inquiry will be the start of the fight back against those who commit sexual crimes against children and think they can get away with it.”

“I am however very please to see that Professor Alexis Jay, whose work helped lift the lid on the abuse of children in Rotherham, is working on the enquiry team. It is only through employing courageous people such as the Professor Jay, that the victims of abuse may finally see justice done.”

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