How low does a party have to sink before you stop voting for it?

Regardless of political differences, there is one thing that usually guarantees consensus from both political parties and the general public – the importance of protecting vulnerable children.

However, it now seems the Conservative government do not share this consensus.

Charities claim that the government have been refusing compensation to confirmed child sexual abuse victims based on the grounds that they believe that the children ‘consented’ to the abuse. …”

http://evolvepolitics.com/the-tories-are-literally-arguing-that-12-year-old-child-rape-victims-asked-to-be-raped/

And just in case you think this is “fake news” it’s here too, also reported in the Daily Telegraph:

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/07/17/child-sexual-abuse-victims-denied-compensation-consented/

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