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Prime Minister warns of a "witch-hunt, particularly against people who are gay".
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Tags: David Cameron Conservatives
I might be old fashioned but I like to think that the UK is a Country where a person or persons are innocent until proven guilty.The Primeminister was right to say what he did over none proven comments or rumours Schofield got off the internet.If these Tory MP,s prove to be innocent or the allegations are false you will be eating your own words
I have vital information to pass on to Phillip Schofield confidentially.
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if Cameron's logic is to be followed to its logical conclusion then as a direct result of the Saville abuse, we should be prepared for a witch hunt against heterosexuals.
or does the man not think before he opens his mouth?
Absolutely astounding ! "If we are not careful this could turn out to be a sort of witch hunt against people who are gay" This was Cameron's response . In other word s it was implying "watch what you are saying about members of my party. I am going to protect them as they belong to the gay community and they are members of my party , even though they may well be paedophiles". Sounds like Cameron is desperate to cling on to his joint premiership .