Former Exaro chief launches podcast reporting on child sex abuse issues - Press Gazette

Former Exaro chief launches podcast reporting on child sex abuse issues

The former editor of investigative journalism agency Exaro News has launched a weekly podcast reporting on child sex abuse issues.

Mark Watts has joined Talk2Me Radio for the CSA Exposed podcast, which aired its first episode this week and has already called on listeners to help crowdfund its continuation.

Watts was dismissed as Exaro’s editor-in-chief in June, shortly before the agency dramatically folded within a day after owners New Sparta took the decision to close it down.

While at Exaro, Watts led an investigation into controversial claims of a VIP paedophile ring at the heart of Westminster that lead to the creation of Operation Midland by the Met police.

The operation closed in March with no charges brought and has been widely condemn by the media.

According to Watts, his podcast will report on developments from the Independent Inquiry into Child Sex Abuse, police operations and alleged cover-ups.

“We will also break new disclosures to shed more light on a subject that many would like to ignore,” he said.

“There is growing evidence that very prominent people carried out child sexual abuse, some with impunity.”

He added: “Talk2Me Radio has decided to launch this programme because the media cannot, in general, be trusted to act as watchdog on a story that they missed for decades.”


2 thoughts on “Former Exaro chief launches podcast reporting on child sex abuse issues”

  1. No one has a problem with Muslims, they don’t have an issue with Non Muslims in the UK . What we do have an issue with is Interfering lefty pro European Union politburo staffers lecturing us about what’s good for us. The UK is the most diverse country in the world, a country that has been a place where people emigrated to enjoy the British way of Life. The arrival of EU migrants (many of which struggle to speak English) that have no affinity with being British & looking through the world from our perspective has eroded our collegiate society & created divisions that were not there before the EU forced millions of it’s unemployed migrants on to our shores, these people were neither wanted or needed & have resulted in reducing our capacity to provide a place of refuge to those seeking shelter from wars & persecution.

  2. “the fact that Muslims are increasingly under the spotlight as a result of recent ISIS-related terrorist acts around the world”

    Well yes, ISIS.

    And al Qaeda, the Taliban, Boko Haram, Islamic Jihad Union, al Shabaab, Jamaat al Mujahiddeen, Lashkar e Toiba… there’s a bit of a pattern here. Muslims are under the spotlight because there are a LOT of islamist terrorist groups, and a terrifyingly high percentage of ordinary muslims agree with their aims and prejudices even if they don’t support their methods.

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