In grateful memory of the late Richard Webster

December 8, 2018

Richard Webster was an investigative journalist, well loved by FACT members, who died in 2011 aged 60. Our chairman has written this tribute which is particularly pertinent as our 20th Anniversary approaches. Richard researched and wrote about many of the issues central to FACT’s work, he was very far sighted and I believe decades ahead […]

Although ‘Nick’ has been charged, the justice system continues to fail the innocent

‘Nick’ alleged that he had been sexually abused by a number of VIPs including Ted Heath; Leon Brittan, Lord Bramall and Harvey Proctor. His real name has now been made public, he is Carl Beech. His allegations lead to the £2.5 million pound heavily criticized investigation by the Met Police known as Operation Midland. The […]

New: The Falsely Accused Help Team

November 15, 2018

Those who have been wrongfully accused of abuse need all the help they can get. Our members generally find that they need to be proactive in finding the evidence that can prove their innocence. Now there is a team that understand this and can do some of this work for you. The following is a […]

Police detective talks about danger of ‘bandwagon effect’

November 5, 2018

Anyone wrongly accused of sexual abuse lives in fear of the ‘bandwagon effect’. If the allegations against them are made public then they are afraid that the mentally disturbed and the unscrupulous will jump on the bandwagon and claim that they too have been abused. The police have taken the view that publicising someone’s name […]

Spring Conference

Our next FACT conference will be on Saturday 18 May 2019 in Birmingham at St Luke’s Church, Birmingham. Details will follow nearer the time. Please reserve this date in your diary.

A service of fellowship and encouragement

We will be holding another Church Service this year on 30th March 2019. This ‘service of fellowship and encouragement’ will be held in London and will be by invitation only. Reserve this date in your diary, more details will follow.

Paul Gambaccini wins damages from the Crown Prosecution Service

It’s not often that there is good news for those who have been wrongfully accused of sexual abuse. The suffering of the victims of wrongful allegations is well documented in the Oxford University study, ‘The Impact of Being Wrongly Accused of Abuse in Occupations of Trust: Victims’ Voices‘ One member who was arrested on suspicion […]

The Secret Barrister, Stories of the Law and How It’s Broken

September 28, 2018
The Secret Barrister, stories of the law and how it is broken

This is a very scary book. However, most people who read this book review on FACT website will already have some experience of how the legal system is malfunctioning. The Secret Barrister (a junior barrister specialising in criminal law and named Independent Blogger of the Year in 2016 and 2017) begins by tracing the history […]

Summer 2018 edition of FACTion magazine now available

August 6, 2018

The summer edition of FACTion magazine is now available to download here.

Justice Select Committee Reports on Disclosure Failings

July 21, 2018

The wrongfully accused may feel heartened by two items of good news in the last week. First there was Judge Mann’s judgement in favour of Cliff Richard who had his reputation, health and income trashed by the actions of the BBC. You can read Simon Warr’s views on this judgement here. Secondly the Justice Select […]

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