First we get Berelowitz splashed across the headlines with :-
Number of paedophiles in Britain will shock public, warns Deputy Children’s Commissioner for England
Child sex abuse is so rife in Britain that there is not enough land in the country to build the number of prisons needed to house the perpetrators, the Deputy Children’s Commissioner for England has warned.
Sue Berelowitz, who is currently chairing the government’s inquiry into the problem said the public would be shocked by the sheer scale of the problem when she reports in November.
“There certainly needs to be much more awareness to bring it into the public’s consciousness. The figures when I report in November are going to be very shocking indeed.
“If the CPS were to prosecute everyone we would need a rolling prison programme. I would say there probably isn’t the land to build enough prisons.”
Then suddenly a fall from grace?
Disgraced ex-child protection chief loses her £1,000 a day consultancy job after contract breached Government rules
The child safety tsar, who hit the headlines for failing to speak out about British Pakistani grooming gangs, was to be paid through a private company to run an inquiry into sex abuse under a controversial arrangement that could cut her tax payments.
But after criticism of the £960-a-day deal, the OCC has now cancelled her contract because it breached Government rules that require Cabinet Office approval for spending on consultants of more than £20,000.
Maybe she threatened to breach the ‘coverup’ rules too?