ROBERT GREEN AHEAD OF THE GAME

NSPCC wants covering up abuse to be criminal offence

An anonymous boy holding his head

The man leading a review into how the Home Office handled historical allegations of child abuse has said people who cover up such crimes should be prosecuted.

NSPCC chief Peter Wanless also said there should be a duty on institutions like hospitals, children’s homes and boarding schools to report abuse.

The charity had previously opposed all forms of so-called mandatory reporting.

New inquiries into child abuse could consider possible law changes.

Mr Wanless, the chief executive of the child protection charity, is heading a review looking at concerns that the Home Office failed to act on allegations of child sex abuse contained in a dossier handed over in the 1980s by former Tory MP Geoffrey Dickens.

THIS IS WHAT ROBERT DID AND GOT JAILED FOR,TWICE!

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