The number of historic claims of sexual abuse against children is likely to reach “tens of thousands”, an MP has warned.
Labour backbencher John Mann told Sky News there will be too many cases for the state to cope with – and is calling for a national institute to help victims.
It comes after many survivors called for the Government to scrap its current inquiry into paedophile activity and replace it with a more powerful body.
The wide-ranging probe was sparked by claims of paedophiles operating in Westminster in the 1980s, and is still mired in controversy.
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