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British police commissioner urged to resign amid child abuse scandal

The police commissioner of South Yorkshire has been severely criticized and urged to resign by political leaders since an inquiry exposed shockingly child sexual abuses in Rotherham on Tuesday.

The Protestant-run orphanage where children were whipped, beaten — and everyone had the same name

Children were forced to carry out manual labour, deprived of food, whipped and beaten (so badly, at least on one occasion, that the authorities had be called).

Mother and baby home vaccine trials ‘were for children’s good and did not damage’

Medical professionals who oversaw vaccine trials at Irish mother and baby homes insisted the vaccines did no harm and were administered in the children’s best interests.

Bethany Home, where 222 children died, to be included in mother and baby home investigation

Ireland's Children’s Minister Charlie Flanagan said today that he was conscious of the grievances felt by those connected to the Bethany Home, a Protestant-run home on Dublin’s Orwell Road.

BBC embroiled in further scandal as executive 'filmed Dutch child abuse movies'

Detectives are investigating claims that a retired BBC ­executive abused young boys at his home in Amsterdam.

Children burned with cigarettes by Israeli soldiers in illegal settlement

Three Palestinian children were allegedly burned with lit cigarettes and denied access to food, water or toilet facilities after being arrested and detained by Israeli soldiers and police in September, a new report indicates.

Archdiocese of Chicago releasing sex abuse files on clergy

The Archdiocese of Chicago will release thousands of pages of documents on Wednesday detailing sexual abuse of 30 Catholic priests, part of a settlement with victims of the Catholic Church.

Paedophile let off because girl was 'in love'

Italy's highest court has overturned the conviction of a 60-year-old man for having sex with an 11-year-old girl, because the verdict failed to take into account their "amorous relationship".

Pedophile Geneva money manager handed jail term

A criminal court in Nyon in the canton of Vaud on Thursday sentenced a 64-year-old financial manager to nine years in jail for raping a 11-year-old girl and sexually abusing another girl.

DC cop accused of producing child pornography found dead

The Metropolitan Police Department confirmed on Wednesday that the body of the man pulled from Hains Point, between the Potomac and the Washington Channel, was that of 32-year-old officer Marc Washington. The officer was arrested last week and charged with taking nude photographs of a missing 15-year-old girl who’d recently returned to her apartment. If convicted, he faced up to 30 years in prison.

UK government gave money to child sex ring in 70s

Government allegedly gave tens of thousands of pounds to Paedophile Information Exchange, which openly campaigned to legalise child sex.

Madagascar mob kills Europeans over 'organ trafficking'

Two European men have been burnt to death in Madagascar by protesters who suspected they trafficked the organs of a missing child for witchcraft rituals.

UK Column Live - 12th November 2012

Brian Gerrish and Mike Robinson present today's news update including the possibility of UK troops intervening in Syria, and the diversion away from paedophilia in high places - an operation sponsored by organisations around Sir David Bell.

UK Column Live - 12th November 2012

UK Column Live - 9th November 2012

Brian Gerrish and Malcolm Massey present a news update: Tory claims of mistaken identity over child abuse, the Tory drive for new press laws, Cameron's psychopathic politics and BBC plans new climate change scam.

UK Column Live - 9th November 2012

BBC misleads MPs over Savile abuse case

The head of editorial standards at the British Broadcasting Company (BBC) has knowingly fooled Members of Parliament (MPs) over the Jimmy Savile sex scandal crisis.

UK Column Live - 25th October 2012 - On child abuse in the media

Brian Gerrish and Louise Collins present todays news update, followed by an in depth interview with Ben Fellows, who speaks about his experiences as a child actor working within the BBC and independent television during the late '80s. Ben alleges he was touched inappropriately by an MP while working undercover for the Cook Report.

UK Column Live - 25th October 2012 - Ben Fellows talks about child abuse in the media

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