Sez the NSPCC.
Archive for the ‘New Statesman’ Category
“Innocent people could be in jail if proposed changes to the legal system are implemented. Here is one of them.”
“There is a difference between listening sympathetically to the stories of people who say that they have been abused and uncritically believing every assertion that is made, says Nelson Jones.”
“Did the ‘Saint of Calcutta’ intervene to protect one of the most notorious paedophile priests of recent years?”
“Are sex and shopping really the worst problems facing the nation’s children?”
“Once we take a selective approach to human rights, they cease to mean anything at all.”