May I say that I fully back every one of my previous fellow speakers
Firstly know that today is another step in my own journey from my initial disclosure of my abuse back in winter of 2012. What I’m… Continue reading
Forde Park Approved School was a brutal environment governed and run by the Home Office, pursuant to the 1933 Approved School Rules.
In the early 1970’s all the Home Office institutions were mostly transferred to local authorities, their staff along… Continue reading
I welcome this opportunity to make my position clear.
From the start of this initiative, for me last July, when I became aware of the public petition, I have been more than willing to consider chairing an Inquiry into Child… Continue reading
“A message to survivors – We will not be forgotten, we will not be quiet. The abuse that we suffered is happening right now to a child / infant that is in desperate need of rescuing. We come together as… Continue reading
I’m sorry I’m not available to attend the public meeting at the House of Commons on the 14th January 2015 – though I would like to say that I support the intentions of that meeting (the 7 listed issues).
The… Continue reading
I am here today to talk about this building because that’s why we are here today. This place 114 Grosvenor Avenue, which was a children’s home, one of the 12 children’s homes in Islington and there were abusers… Continue reading
I have thought of something I would like to say. I think it would be empowering and comforting for survivors to know that there were adults who cared for and stood up for them, or tried to. i would like… Continue reading
I first exposed the child abuse in 1992 and I’ve born witness to crimes against children, sexual assault and abduction. The 14 inquiries Islington launched were a complete sham. All my records went missing, so I can be forgiven for… Continue reading
Following his presentation to the Home Office of two dossiers about sexual crimes against children, Geoffrey Dickens raised concerns about ‘child brothels’ being run on an Islington Council Estate.
In 1986, he spoke of tenants providing him with tape recordings… Continue reading