I respectfully disagree.Left/right handbagging, mockery, politicking, or parties exploiting the grooming scandal for political gain, do nothing for those kids.
Concern for the victims absolutely, though focussing entirely upon the perpetrators does not equal justice. They were also abused and dehumanised by the state, unless you consider that no individual acts of criminal negligence were committed? And that's even before you might or might not accept that a wider conspiracy was in place, a policy as I've termed it.
Claims against local authorities too are not justice. Merely civil financial remedy.
I ascribe to Lord Hewart's observation that justice must be seen to be done, regardless of the scale.
As to politicking or political parties 'unfairly' using such abuses for their own ends, are you serious? They should shut up in the name of diversity? Shun political advantage from telling the truth? Know their place and let the powers that be carry on regardless? Allow it all to happen again, and that is presuming that it isn't still going on...
Are you really saying that you don't see this as a political matter? Or merely that you would rather it wasn't a political matter? Are you happy for the press to ignore inconvienient stories regardless of the consequences for individuals and society as a whole? In short for the press to so distort our view of the world that we can't see what is happening?
I fully accept that your motives are good, that your concern here is for the victims, though don't even understand the connection you are making between seeking wider justice and a lack of concern for the victims.
I'll gracefully assume that the political implications merely worry you.