CHILD abuse survivors descended on Parliament yesterday to smash the “wall of silence” over decades of abuse in Britain.
Brave victims laid wreaths of white flowers at Old Palace Yard as they spoke out about sex attacks and assaults.
And families losing faith in the government’s response called for its inquiry to be given real powers to bring secret VIP paedophiles to justice.
Social worker and whistleblower Dr Liz Davies was clear that “we’re looking at an Establishment cover-up going right back to the ’40s.”
She said: “Children who’ve been assaulted, sexually harmed, murdered, all in the context of major paedophile networks that got right to the top of this society.
“That is why we want justice and healing for survivors, as well as to protect children now.”
White flowers were laid among photos, cards and tributes to children who were abused and murdered.
A message strapped to another bunch…
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