Cameron slams internet paedo rumour list.

The Prime Minister has slammed ITV's 'trial by Twitter' moment when Phillip Schofield handed David Cameron a list of alleged-online Tory child abusers.

David Cameron was clear after glancing at the list that - "There is a danger, if we're not careful, that this can turn into a sort of witch-hunt, particularly against people who are gay."

It seems many of the allegations are aimed at people who have been the subject of rumour and speculation in the past about their sexuality, usually relating to homosexuality.

Parts of society also have such a social outlook toward homosexuality and paedophilia that they link the two, usually having the abysmal attitude that 'all gay men like young/er boys'.

The Prime Minister was right to call for a end to very dangerous "trial by Twitter" internet rumours and if real information exists then police authorities should be informed immediately.

In a short investigation that lasted as long as Phillip Schofields' did tbg. came across a stem story.

The website aptly named "Before It's News" has some pretty heavy if not at times homophobic claims & allegations. And looking at the list, if some names appeared on Schofields list, it makes one understand David Cameron's comments even more - Especially to those familiar with the Westminster rumour mill.

We mustn't let internet conspiracy rumours crowd out the real victims of abuse and there must always be due process. Read the questionable websites' unfounded slanderous allegations.