MP Simon Danczuk demands to know what happen to the dossier about the Westminster paedophiles ring.
It was handed to Lord Brittan when he was a Home Secretary between 1983 and 1985 under the Margaret Thatcher's government. Mr Danczuk said at the Commons home affairs committee: "The Home Secretary was Leon Brittan, and I think it would be helpful if he stepped forward and shared his thoughts on where that dossier is. I think there are questions to be answered."
He added that he wants Lord Brittan to explain how he dealt with the allegations in the 50-page report compiled by Geoffrey Dickens, who was a Tory MP at the time. In the dossier were details of paedophiles who used the Elm Guest House in Barnes, South West London, England, where boys were abused.
Mr Danczuk point out further that the missing dossier blew the lid on paedos "operating in and around Westminster."
The Labour MP Mr Danczuk is dealing with child abuse. He told the Committee "Other institutions - the police - have dealt with this and changed their culture. But in politics there is a continual view that we should sweep it under he carpet, that we shouldn't speak about it, that we shouldn't name people."
That was in 2014 but nothing has been done ever since and the child abuse scandal is still being dragged out ever since first by the Home Secretary Theresa May and now by PM Theresa May.
Accusation of some MPs were denied until the man died and it was admitted. Most probably how it will all end.