In an open Fake oakleys free shipping, Labour lawmaker Tom Watson, who last month voiced concerns over a suspected "paedophile network" with links to Parliament and the prime minister's office, welcomed Cameron's move but reiterated his call for a special police investigation into the abuse claims in order to cut through any potential "establishment cover-up".
"A dedicated police unit is essential, investigating the organized abuse of children, wherever it happened - from the seediest backstreets even to Downing Street - without fear or favor of exposing the rich and powerful, or those who covered up for them," Watson wrote in the letter, published on his website.
Messham, who gave evidence in 2000 at an inquiry into child abuse, Foakleys for sale told the BBC that he had been abused "more than a dozen times" by the Conservative figure. "You were just sexually abused, various things would happen, drink would be involved. It was basically rape, but there wouldn't be just him, there would be other people involved as well," Messham said.
The Telegraph news website said it had spoken to the politician at the center of the accusations and he had denied the claims. He said if the BBC named him, he would sue for libel.
"I've never been to this children's home. The Foakleys is that if they publish anything about me they will get a writ in the morning, I wouldn't wait two minutes," the Telegraph quoted the politician as saying.
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