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Tories Use Madeleine McCann To Pretend They Care

by | 6th, August 2010

MADELEINE McCanns parents, Gerry and Kate McCann, have welcomed in the new coalition Government by meeting with Home Secretary Theresa May.

Mr and Mrs McCann are asking for a full independent review of the police investigation into the disappearance of their daughter.

Says Mr McCann:

“I think people are reluctant to undertake a review because there’s been difficult, sensitive issues. But Madeleine’s rights should be put first. She’s missing, she’s innocent and whoever’s taken her is still out there, and that has to be of paramount importance.”

We still have no proof a crime occurred and befell the media’s Our Maddie.

A Home Office spokesman feels impelled to reply:

“The Home Secretary held a private meeting with Kate and Gerry McCann on Wednesday to discuss the case of their missing daughter Madeleine. The Government’s primary concern in this matter is the wellbeing of Madeleine McCann and to ensure that everything feasible is being done to progress the search for her.”

Yeah, sure it is. The key word in that reply is “feasible”. It’s a caveat which means do nothing until some new evidence emerges.

And in the meanwhile, the Government, which dares not show the McCanns the door, is keen to use the benchmark of orchestrated suffering and look caring and good. Note: There are meetings but no photo ops – not any more.


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