On that day in 1992, they duly ‘told him everything’, says Davies.
‘We were in his office for more than an hour. We shared all of our concerns, including our fears that local children had been murdered by abusers.’
Corbyn listened politely. ‘He responded that he’d heard similar things from other constituents, and promised to do something about it, starting by talking to Virginia Bottomley, the Health Secretary,’ says Davies.
‘We were very pleased to hear him say that. I’d say that we all left the room feeling heartened.’…
…Or so they hoped. But, in the event, Davies and her fellow social workers would be sorely disappointed.
Corbyn never wrote to Davies, or telephoned, to acknowledge their meeting, or thank her for seeking to blow the whistle.
‘After that meeting, we never heard another thing,’ Davies recalls. ‘There was…
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