It wasn't clear to him why such a restriction was imposed. He now wants a meeting with Prime Minister David Cameron to discuss the matter and ask why?
"Child abuse is an absolutely hateful and abhorrent crime and these allegations are truly dreadful and they mustn't be left hanging in the air, so I'm taking action today," said the Prime Minister.
He said that Steven Messham would be given a meeting with David Jones his minister in Wales.
He's also going to be asking a senior independent figure to lead an urgent investigation into whether the original investigation was properly constituted and properly did its job.