The Daily Mail
Yes, thatâ€™s the way.
Lets waste more tax payerâ€™s money chasing shadows.
Quite obviouslyLondonâ€™s chief Crown prosecutor Alison Saunders and her deputy Jenny Hopkins fancied a girls on tour holiday.
There have been no credible new leads in the McCann case.
So, with no arrests made and no arrests imminent, why else would two high
wankersrankers from the CPS need to travel to Portugal?
Meanwhile, the Homo Secretary Terry May is set to launch a full scale investigation into Madeleineâ€™s disappearance.
However, Terry is obviously not going to release the contents of the three â€˜top secretâ€™ files that he is holding on the case.
Nether the less, Terryâ€™s gesture of goodwill towards Gel and Kat McCann will no doubt generate millions towards their dwindling coffers.
Meanwhile, rumours that Terry called an emergency meeting of COBRA to discuss the McCannâ€™s financial crisis are unfounded.
Madeleine McCann legal team travel to Portugal to discuss new leads in hunt for missing girl
- Londonâ€™s chief crown prosecutor visitedPraia de Luz with detectives
- Met with Portuguese counterparts to discuss â€˜possible next stepsâ€™
- Then three-year-old vanished from Algarve during family holiday in 2007
PUBLISHED:10:13, 22 June 2013|UPDATED:10:14, 22 June 2013
Senior government lawyers have flown to Portugal to investigate fresh leads in the Madeleine McCann case, six years after she disappeared on a family holiday in the Algarve.
Londonâ€™s chief Crown prosecutor Alison Saunders and her deputy Jenny Hopkins travelled to Portugal with Scotland Yard detectives in connection with the forceâ€™s review of the case, it has been confirmed.
The police review of the circumstances surrounding the little girlâ€™s disappearance has identified new â€˜people of interestâ€™ as well as fresh â€˜investigative and forensic opportunitiesâ€™, it has emerged.
Madeleine, who was then three-years-old, vanished from her familyâ€™s holiday apartment in Praia da Luz on May 3 2007, as her parents Kate and Gerry dined at a nearby tapas restaurant with friends.
A CPS spokesman said: â€˜Prosecutors from CPS London, and investigators from the MPS (Metropolitan Police Service), visited their Portuguese counterparts on April 17-18 to discuss possible next steps in relation to the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.
â€˜We continue to work with the police on this case.â€™
Operation Grange, conducted by Scotland Yardâ€™s Homicide & Serious Crime Command, was launched in May 2011 in response to a campa…