Amber Rudd and Theresa May.

This is only the latest instance in which we see Theresa May – our prime minister – using her position to cover up evidence of child sexual abuse.

Isn’t it time we started asking some really hard questions about why she would want to do such a thing, what’s in it for her, and whether she should remain in the highest office in the land if she is abusing the position?

Theresa May and her successor as Home Secretary [Amber Rudd] have been accused of using ‘national security’ to withhold evidence of child abuse from IICSA – the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse.

In February 2015, when May was Home Secretary another Labour MP, John Mann, moved an amendment to prevent the Official Secrets Act (OSA) being used to block witnesses giving evidence about child sexual abuse.

The Tories voted it down.

Source: Tories killed measure to stop Official Secrets Act blocking child abuse evidence | The SKWAWKBOX

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