No 'cultural sensitivities' on sex abuse claims
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PMQs: Theresa May asked about child sex abuse investigation

Anybody who abuses a child must be stopped regardless of race, age and gender, and "political or cultural sensitivities" must not get in the way of preventing and uncovering abuse", Theresa May said.

The prime minister was responding to Conservative MP Tim Loughton, as the former children's minister raised claims of people speaking against child abuse being "castigated and gagged".

  • 06 Sep 2017
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