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Monday 22 October 2018

Home Office spooks smear campaigner

Home Office stays silent after evidence of a covert smear campaign by officials. David Gale is voluntary CEO of Kids for Cash UK (K4CUK), an organisation...

The Real Truth About Forced Adoption

Through my role within Kids For Cash UK, I am proud to be associated with the campaign against 'Forced Adoption' in the UK. In an industry...

Kids for Cash Court Scandal

Judges will go to jail
This is the original article from 2012 ***Scroll down for 2016 updates that include newly released statistics showing a huge increase in non-molestation order applications...

Public officials have a wider duty of care to protect children

David Gale is making a call for public officials to be properly held to account where their failure to act on evidence is demonstrated. Speaking after South Yorkshire police agreed...

Gale alerts authorities to sexual exploitation by gangs

Derby City Council and the police ignored information on the sexual exploitation of young girls by gangs in Derby. David Gale, a Derby Community Action Team...

Open letter to Sir James Munby

In my Kids for Cash UK (K4CUK) role, I have sent an open letter and Freedom of Information request to Sir James Munby, President of...

South Yorkshire police block child sex abuse case from CPS review

Tuesday 27th January 2015 - LETTER TO DAVID CROMPTON - CHIEF CONSTABLE OF SOUTH YORKSHIRE CONSTABULARY In a letter to David Crompton, Chief Constable of...

Doncaster council to be stripped of Children’s Services

17th July 2013 - PRESS STATEMENT by Kids for Cash UK: Doncaster Council is to become the first local authority to be stripped of control of...

Abuse of Non-Molestation Orders

Well, we made it to press, albeit a week late. A few inaccuracies but not the hatchet job I was anticipating after nearly two...

Child abuse – Police and council officers caught destroying evidence and...

Senior social workers and police officers falsified and destroyed records after Kids for Cash UK exposed evidence of harm to a twelve-year-old Derby boy...