The fractured story of a survivor of abuse and cover up in the Diocese of Winchester, by a survivor who is too traumatized and ashamed to share her story, but has been forced to fight to be heard.
Thanks for the links. Ian is doing a great service to those outside the island who don't get to read the print version of the JEP. Is that paper changing sides or what. Does it see the writing on the wall. Those reports and the lady's letter, which they actually printed in full, are amazing.
He's doing a cracking job. His stats are reaching Stuart-like heights.The JEP is so hit and miss, they did once publish my article about lack of psychological services for people on the autism spectrum though, in 2009.