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MI5 ‘helped Margaret Thatcher cover-up paedophile Tory MP’s activities’ new documents reveal

MI5 ‘helped Margaret Thatcher cover-up paedophile Tory MP’s activities’ new documents reveal

From a promising headline start – we then get

The head of MI5 warned Margaret Thatcher’s Cabinet Secretary that an unnamed MP, understood to be a senior Tory, had “a penchant for small boys”, Government child abuse papers have revealed.

The newly unearthed documents link Mrs Thatcher’s former parliamentary secretary Sir Peter Morrison, former Home Secretary Leon Brittan, former diplomat Sir Peter Hayman and ex-minister Sir William van Straubenzee to the establishment paedophilia scandal.

All four men are now deceased.

In the bombshell letter written in 1986, MI5 boss Sir Antony Duff (deceased) revealed two sources had accused an MP of child abuse.

But he told Cabinet Secretary Sir Robert Armstrong he accepted the MP’s denials, adding: “At the present stage… the risks of political embarrassment to the Government is rather greater than the security danger.”



In a three-page document from 17 March 1981 titled Sir Peter Hayman – Background Note, unnamed legal officials explain why Hayman was not prosecuted when, three years previously, police discovered he was a member of the Paedophile Information Exchange group, who sent indecent material to others by post and had sexual fantasies about children.


So the 1986 ‘bombshell’ wasn’t Hayman

Armstrong said this of Hayman:

Lord Armstrong, cabinet secretary at the time, said yesterday: “Clearly, I was aware of it at the time but I was not concerned with the personal aspect of it.”


Lord Armstrong (credited with bringing the phrase “economical with the truth” into popular usage) is still alive

Unlikely to be Morrison either – his was an open secret in Westminster. Edwina Currie – who resigned in 1988 – wrote about Morrison being a noted pederast.

So – that leaves Brittan and Straubenzee – or others as yet unnamed?

Without seeing the actual documents, (which have been so ‘miraculously’ recovered – straight after the 60MINS documentary),  we’re not being informed of any investigation into living politicians and high ranking public servants.

I wonder WHY that would be?

Labour MP Simon Danczuk said tonight the papers show “the full weight of the British establishment, including MI5, colluded in a cover-up to protect politicians who sexually abused young boys”.

Labour MP Tom Watson accused the Government of “sneaking out” the papers the day after Parliament’s summer recess began.

He said it meant MPs could not “scrutinise properly” documents nor “hold ministers to account”.


 P.s – Official excuses pages




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BREAKING NEWS: Senior Westminster figures from 1970s and 1980s including former Home Secretary Leon Brittan named in government child abuse files

BREAKING NEWS: Senior Westminster figures from 1970s and 1980s including former Home Secretary Leon Brittan named in government child abuse files

The men include former Home Secretary Leon Brittan, ex-diplomat Sir Peter Hayman, former minister Sir William van Straubenzee and Sir Peter Morrison, who was an aide to Margaret Thatcher.

The Cabinet Office confirmed that documents relating to the men, who have all since died, exist after a series of requests from Sky News.

t comes after a 2014 review of the Home Office’s handling of paedophile ring allegations in the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s found no evidence of a cover-up.
Cabinet Office Minister Francis Maude has insisted the Government is “not protecting anyone” over child abuse despite refusing to reveal the titles of four secret files.

Prince William and Prince Harry joined dozens of old school friends yesterday for the funeral of a classmate killed in a car crash.

Henry van Straubenzee, 18, died last week when the car in which he was travelling hit a tree.

He was the distant cousin of the late Sir William van Straubenzee, a Tory MP from 1959 to 1987.

The teenager was one of Prince Harry’s closest friends and they had been pupils together at Ludgrove School. Prince William also attended the school.


Wonder what David Mellor has to say now ?

David Cameron sets out strategy to tackle homegrown extremism

David Cameron sets out strategy to tackle homegrown extremism

The Prime Minister will repeat his warning that non-violent extremism is a “gateway” to violence, and will unveil plans to improve integration.

In a speech in Birmingham, he will identify four root causes behind people being attracted to the offer of so-called Islamic State: the “energising” depiction of IS, non-violent radicalisation, the overshadowing of moderate Muslim voices, and “failures of integration”.

Mr Cameron will argue that ideas “based on conspiracy” help to “create a climate in which extremists can flourish”.

“In this warped worldview, such conclusions are reached: that 9/11 was actually inspired by Mossad to provoke the invasion of Afghanistan; that British security services knew about 7/7, but didn’t do anything about it because they wanted to provoke an anti-Muslim backlash,” he is expected to say.
One Nation – One World Order?
Cameron – be afraid – be very afraid
Hacker remotely crashes Jeep from 10 miles away

Hacker remotely crashes Jeep from 10 miles away

Security experts warn that more than 470,000 cars made by Fiat Chrysler could be at risk of being attacked by similar means – including those driven in the UK

In his disturbing account Greenberg described how the air vents started blasting out cold air and the radio came on full blast when the hack began.

The windscreen wipers turned on with wiper fluid, blurring the glass, and a picture of the two hackers appeared on the car’s digital display to signify they had gained access.

Greenberg said that the hackers then slowed the car to a halt just as he was getting on the highway, causing a tailback behind him – though it got a lot worse after that.

He wrote: “The most disturbing maneuver came when they cut the Jeep’s brakes, leaving me frantically pumping the pedal as the 2-ton SUV slid uncontrollably into a ditch.


Doctor’s petition to sack Jeremy Hunt gets 80,000 signatures on first DAY of new website

Doctor’s petition to sack Jeremy Hunt gets 80,000 signatures on first DAY of new website

A bid to get Jeremy Hunt sacked has gained more than 80,000 signatures – in the first DAY of the government’s new petitions website.

The Health Secretary is accused of having ‘alienated the entire workforce of the NHS’ in the furious missive by doctor Ash Sadighi .

He set up the petition yesterday and it’s been careering towards 100,000 signatures, at which point it’ll be debated by a committee of MPs.

And it’s already soared over the 10,000 mark, which means the government will have to give Dr Sadighi an official response.

The petition asks MPs to debate a vote of no confidence in Mr Hunt, who’s angered thousands of medics with his plans for a 7-day NHS.