Just watched the BBC Panorama programme about this a few minutes ago with the missus. Disgusting, totally disgusting imho.
And no doubt the nice chaps at Labour HQ will ensure nobody is punished for the latest episode of scandal, in a bid to keep it out ofthe media, and print a few glossy leaflets outlining their "plans" for the future and that will be the end of it. For a change, I hope the media drag this out until we see some proper action taken!
I saw PMQ's last week, and on the BBC "This Week" programme, it was revealed that Cameron was only scheduled to ask one question about the Baby
P case, but was so incensed by Gordon Browns attempt to pass it off as party polictical spin, he ended up using all his questions to "have it out" over the Soap Box. Imho, its not party political spin, it is something that the entire country wants answers for, and something that has hit home hard about the state of our social services, and Cameron should keep on at Brown about it until the country gets answers we want!!
According to both Michael Portillo and Dianne Abbott (Labour MP), David Cameron was absolutely livid with the prime ministers relaxed responses and the Labour back benches booing and jeering for the rest of the week!! FFS even the speaker of the house had to step in to shut the scum up, reminding them it was a 17 month old babies death that was the subject of their booing!
Its about time Labour stood up, took some responsibility themselves for this crap, and held the people that are directly to blame, to account for their actions, and sack the fooking lot of them!!