Frank Furedi discusses the problems with the mounting number of public inquiries about child abuse, including for how adults and children interact in everyday life.
The main casualty of Cameron's war on terror rip-off will be common sense.
This showtrial gave us disturbing insights into the cult of the victim.
Both believe in saving children from their parents.
The failure of a few prosecutions won't stop the crusade.
The slavery hysteria whipped up by the media and politicians is a convenient distraction from dealing with real problems of exploitation and low pay.
Criminalising people who fail to report suspicions of child abuse will poison social relations.
We need to think harder about how we target perpetrators.
Mob justice directed against alleged paedophiles has become a sad fact of life.
It appears that everyone must express outrage about Saatchi, because that is what decent people do.