UK Government document confirms over 2,000 child sex abuse files destroyed

The issue of child sexual abuse information, its storage, retention , cataloguing and indexing must be addressed quickly by the csa Inquiry. Much has been stored in local authorities, inspection authorities and police and elsewhere. This all must be indexed and released to the inquiry and then publicly like the Hillsborough archive.
This excellent post from Undercoverinfo shows the files that have already been destroyed.

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Today a 37 page file regarding the central role that the late British PM Margaret Thatcher and the late Attorney-General Sir Michael Havers played in the cover-up of the sexual – including possible paedophile – activities of Sir Peter Hayman (MI6) was released. However, we can now reveal the exact number of files on child abuse evidence that were either lost or destroyed during the period 1979 – 1999. The figures (see below) are staggering. We also provide a timeline of 62 instances of child sex abuse by establishment figures, as well as the verbatim responses by Havers when questioned about Hayman.

The full list of UK Government documents (retained or lost) from 1979 – 1999 on child sex abuse can be found here. In addition to the infamous 114 files ‘lost’, it shows that a staggering 2,074 files were destroyed..

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