Theresa May has finally been shamed into launching her long-awaited historical child sex abuse inquiry this week.
The Home Secretary’s decision to get cracking at last is a victory for the Sunday People .
Our May-o-meter now stands at 210 days without progress since she announced the probe.
And Mrs May was also hammered by last Sunday’s appeal by abuse survivor “Becky” – by yesterday her change.org petition had received nearly 29,000 signatures from people urging the Home Secretary to get a move on.
Becky demanded: “Start the inquiry you promised to abuse survivors without further delay.”
Campaigners fear those involved in an alleged paedophile ring cover-up might take their secrets to their graves before they can ever give evidence.
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