A highly important evaluation into child sexual exploitation in the Lancashire town of Rochdale will not be made public, town hall chiefs have announced.
Jim Taylor, Rochdale council chief executive, revealed the authority is only planning to publish an executive summary of the report to be made public.
The full report, which finally came about after intense pressure by the British National Party and other like minded organisations who demanded an inquiry as to how the council and police dealt with allegations of sexual exploitation following the conviction of nine Muslim paedophiles in June for the grooming young white girls for sex will remain secret.
Racist UAF signatory, David Cameron who once quoted "British Muslims provide a model for the rest of the country, and cannot be blamed for failing to integrate, they see a society that hardly inspires them to. Indeed, they see aspects of modern Britain which are a threat to the values they hold dear. Values we should all hold dear. It is mainstream Britain which needs to integrate more with the Muslim way
of life, not the other way around." has now came out with more hot air and said he could call an independent serious case review if Rochdale council’s own findings fail to deal with the concerns.
In correspondence to Rochdale MP Simon Danczuk, traitor Cameron said it was ‘critically important’ that the council’s review ‘gets to the bottom’ of the problem.
He continued: "If further steps appear to be necessary at a national level in the light of either review, including considering the need for a serious case review, the government will ensure appropriate action is taken."
The council’s review of its in-house system is predicted to report back in the autumn and a second review by Rochdale’s Safeguarding Children Board is forecast before that.
Both reports are looking at how the authorities dealt with allegations of sexual abuse.
Some of the young victims raised concerns four years ago telling authorities they were being abused, but no action was taken against the Muslim perverts until 2010.
The council says it is going through ten years worth of notes to see if early warning signs were neglected.
Rochdale MP Simon Danczuk said: "This was a horrendous case of abuse and we need a full, transparent investigation to ensure that lessons are learned.
"I have said in Parliament that we cannot have a cover-up and that’s why I want the council to publish a full, warts and all report of what went wrong and why these young girls were not listened to.
"If the council refuses to do this, the public will quite rightly be asking ‘who are they trying to protect?’ and ‘what have they got to hide?’
"It will be a disgrace if their investigation is not fully published and I have had assurances from the Prime Minister that action will be taken if necessary."
Jim Taylor said: "The council is taking a thorough look at internal processes, examining communications between services and how information is shared between agencies.
"We have already developed different ways of working, but I need to be confident that improvements have gone far enough, that we are doing everything we can to ensure that young people are protected and supported and that abusers are brought to justice quickly.
"The executive summary of the report will be published."