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We have been asked to share this for one of our members  Michael Summers and approx 80 other victims were sexually, physically and emotionally abused at a number of children's homes in the Nottingham area.  Nottingham council issued an apology to Michael after it emerged his care files had apparently been destroyed in the 1970s.  He had asked both Nottingham City Council and Notts County Council for the release of his files to help his case against his abusers  But the records, kept by the county council on behalf of the city, have not been found.  Under current regulations, records must be kept for 100 years but this was not the case when Michael Summers was in care.  All Michael now wants is answers to why child abuse was allowed to happen within those children's homes, and why nothing was done to stop it or bring the offenders to justice  On Monday, June 9th at Loxley House Station Street in Nottingham, there will be a protest - If you are in the area please come along  We will bring you photos and video next week of the protest.   Pictured is members of the last protest.
UK database for sex offences against children
We have been asked to share this for one of our members
Michael Summers and approx 80 other victims were sexually, physically and emotionally abused at a number of children’s homes in the Nottingham area.

Nottingham council issued an apology to Michael after it emerged his care files had apparently been destroyed in the 1970s.
He had asked both Nottingham City Council and Notts County Council for the release of his files to help his case against his abusers
But the records, kept by the county council on behalf of the city, have not been found.
Under current regulations, records must be kept for 100 years but this was not the case when Michael Summers was in care.
All Michael now wants is answers to why child abuse was allowed to happen within those children’s homes, and why nothing was done to stop it or bring the offenders to justice
On Monday, June 9th at Loxley House Station Street in Nottingham, there will be a protest – If you are in the area please come along
We will bring you photos and video next week of the protest.
Pictured is members of the last protest.

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