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Results 1–20 of 28 for "child abuse" speaker:Lord Mann OR speaker:Lord Mann

Points of Order: Topical Debate — Drug Strategy (3 Apr 2008)

John Mann: ..., abuse or attacks. Those are by far and away the factors that lead young people into drug addiction. Such things can be identified. It is now far more acceptable to talk about things such as child abuse within a family in society and societal organisations than it was 20 or 30 years ago. Such things can be addressed, but we do not pull the two issues together. That is where the...

Opposition Day — [2nd Allotted Day] — Protecting Children Online (12 Jun 2013)

John Mann: ...countries, people will break them if they want to—they have relatively easy ways to do so. The debate so far has concentrated on websites and search engines, but, in fact, even when it comes to child abuse, gaming is as big a problem and a vastly growing one. Texting, smartphones and social networking are equally significant, growing and changing problems—the modality is changing. The...

Policing (Bassetlaw) (23 Oct 2013)

John Mann: ...police over the years, what about the crimes that were not just undetected but unreported, because they were not known to be crimes at the time? The classic, very real examples are historic sex and child abuse, along with domestic violence. Those problems were not recognised as existing, but in the aftermath of the publicity about Savile and others, case after case was raised in my...

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Child Abuse (7 Jul 2014)

John Mann: ...whether those files still exist—and if not, where they have gone—and to prosecute if possible? In addition, this year in Bassetlaw six people have come forward and made allegations of historical child abuse, but there have been no prosecutions, Nottinghamshire police have lost files and Nottinghamshire social services have destroyed files. Will that be in the remit of one of these...

Written Answers — Education: Children: Abuse (16 Jul 2014)

John Mann: To ask the Secretary of State for Education whether any files on child abuse have been passed to her Department by (a) other parts of the Government or (b) hon. Members; and in what year such files were so passed.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Children: Abuse (21 Jul 2014)

John Mann: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office (1) whether any files on child abuse have been passed to his Department by (a) other parts of the Government or (b) hon. Members; and in what year such files were so passed; (2) whether any files on child abuse have been passed to No. 10 Downing Street by (a) other parts of the Government or (b) hon. Members; and in what year such files were so passed.

Written Answers — Health: Children: Abuse (21 Jul 2014)

John Mann: To ask the Secretary of State for Health whether any files on child abuse have been passed to his Department by (a) other parts of the Government or (b) hon. Members; and in what year such files were so passed.

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Children: Abuse (22 Jul 2014)

John Mann: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs whether any files on child abuse have been passed to his Department by (a) other parts of the Government or (b) hon. Members; and in what year such files were so passed.

Written Answers — Home Department: Children: Abuse (1 Sep 2014)

John Mann: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department whether any files on child abuse have been passed to her Department by (a) other parts of the Government or (b) hon. Members; and in what year such files were so passed.

Written Answers — Home Office: Offences against Children (23 Oct 2014)

John Mann: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, what allegations of child abuse, including investigations into such allegations, were brought to her Department's attention in 1998 and 1999.

Written Answers — Home Office: Offences against Children (23 Oct 2014)

John Mann: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, whether any meetings took place in her Department between 1980 and 1985 to discuss the alleged involvement of hon. Members in child abuse; and whether minutes of such meetings were given to the then Secretary of State.

Written Answers — Home Office: Offences against Children (23 Oct 2014)

John Mann: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, whether files relating to investigations by her Department of hon. Members and allegations of child abuse between 1980 and 1985 have been made available to the Wanless Review.

Written Answers — Home Office: Offences against Children (23 Oct 2014)

John Mann: ...Don Hale, editor of the Bury Messenger in the 1980s; who authorised the seizure of such files; and whether the material seized included minutes of investigations within the Home Office concerning child abuse and hon. Members.

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Wanless Review (11 Nov 2014)

John Mann: Don Hale was given a huge number of Home Office minutes by Barbara Castle that directly related to allegations of child abuse by prominent people, including many prominent MPs. Those minutes were seized virtually straight away by three special branch officers. Why is it appropriate that the Metropolitan police should now be investigating this, rather than inviting those special branch...

Written Answers — Home Office: Offences against Children (17 Nov 2014)

John Mann: ...for the Home Department, which person in her Department issued the D-notice imposed on the journalist Don Hale in 1984 in relation to a list of hon. Members allegedly named as being involved in child abuse.

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Topical Questions (5 Jan 2015)

John Mann: ...the Official Secrets Act, what guarantee can the Home Secretary give that other special branch officers, former special branch officers and others with knowledge of prominent people and historical child abuse will be able to speak out without such obstructions again?

Survivors of Child Abuse (17 Mar 2015)

John Mann: It gives me no pleasure to open a debate on the lack of support for child abuse survivors. The issue is predominant in the media at the moment; there is almost a frenzy of activity going on, with media and public interest in the issue of prominent people and child abuse. One of the great dilemmas for anyone provided with information by people out there is understanding the context of what was...

Survivors of Child Abuse (17 Mar 2015)

John Mann: ...announcing another £100 million or £200 million here or there; we are talking about a far bigger resource than that. In my constituency, I am personally dealing with 25 victims—25 survivors of child abuse. That is so far. There are loads and loads more out there, just in my constituency. The Crown Prosecution Service and the police cannot handle the prosecutions, the mental health...


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