Accusations of child abuse are in danger of turning into "a witch-hunt" against people who are gay, David Cameron has said after he was ambushed by Phillip Schofield on This Morning.
The Prime Minister sounded a warning as he was handed a list of suspected paedophiles on ITV's This Morning programme.
He has promised a number of inquiries into "shocking" allegations of child abuse in recent weeks, including claims that a Tory peer raped a boy of 13 in north Wales in the 1970s.
However, he cautioned against getting carried away in the current rush to identify new abusers, amid a spate of inquiries into the North Wales abuse, Jimmy Savile and other celebrities.
He said he is "worried" that it could turn into a witch hunt against famous people who happen to be homosexual.
**Nonsense argument Mr Cameron
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