Fair play to The Daily Mail, I know mere mention of that paper’s title is enough to send some of our readers into a hissy fit, but the Mail and The Daily Mirror are the only mainstream media publications that to the Westminster Paedophile scandal seriously before the Jimmy Savile story broke and both have stayed on the case.
The latest development in the blocking of an inquiry into the cover up of the fudged cover up of the original scandal is run by The Mail On Sunday today.
The troubled inquiry into historic child abuse is facing fresh criticism after it emerged that panel members were told what to say to MPs by a long-serving Home Office official.
Experts and abuse survivors were given a 23-page document advising them how to answer difficult questions’ when they appeared before a high-profile committee, prompting fears that the huge Government-ordered investigation is not independent.
It can also be revealed that the woman in charge of administration for the inquiry was seconded from the Home Office, where she has worked for 36 years even though the department is at the centre of many of the allegations of cover-ups and VIP paedophile rings.
Last night critics said it was yet another blow to the reputation of the inquiry, which has barely begun work more than six months after it was announced.
Baroness Butler-Sloss and Fiona Woolf both had to quit as chairman over conflicts of interest, with the replacement due to be announced this week.
Keith Vaz, chairman of the Home Affairs Select Committee, told The Mail on Sunday: We are concerned that members of the secretariat, who have been seconded from the Home Office, have told witnesses what to say.’
Many commentators say the establishment have been desperate to prevent this inquiry getting started before the election as what is revealed with blow apart the cosy political clique of the Westminster village. We think the cover up of the cover up of the cover up of the paedophile sexiry allegations has become so ludicrous it would actually be less damaging to let the inquiry go ahaed.
As out great war leader (no, not him, the other one) once said, “Publish and be damned.”
from The Sunday People, a Mirror Group newspaper:
Russian and US spies compiled their own secret dossiers on paedophile MPs and other VIP abusers , it has been claimed.
Police are investigating missing files put together by UK campaigners which allege a powerful network at the heart of Westminister in the 1970s and 80s.
The Sunday People can reveal that agents from the Russian KGB and the American CIA were also said to have compiled their own intelligence in search of dirt on key individuals at the height of the Cold War.
One source close to the KGB said: These were troubled times and my task was to identify people who could perhaps help us with information.
We knew of some MPs who loved rent boys, and others who were active paedophiles.
We were also aware of some unusual activities at Westminster and the work of the Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE).
“Several regular names emerged and we wanted to make contact and use this to our advantage.
In those days, MPs were protected by Special Branch and anyone with a chequered history, or an unhealthy appetite for young children, was soon flagged up by them.
They had a difficult job but were fully aware that we knew what they knew, and they tried hard to suppress any possible leaks.
Former Home Secretary Leon Brittan, who died last week, was named in the historical sexual abuse scandal after claims he was handed a dossier containing details of the abuse allegations in the 1980s.
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