The rumor mill has gone wild since the death of alleged dossier – shredder Leon Brittan. Bizarrely his friend Lord Deben seems to think the various allegations raging from Brittan’s role in covering up the activities of a Westminster paedophile ring, to his actual involvement in sexual abuse of children only originated recently.
Politicians who have used Twitter to make “innuendos and insinuations” about Lord Brittan are “wicked” and should “shut up”, a friend of the late peer has said.
Lord Deben, a former cabinet minister, accused MPs of maligning Lord Brittan’s reputation “in order to make themselves look as if they know something when they don’t”.
Brittan was also also accused of “improper conduct with children” by Labour MPs in the Commons in October last year, sparking a row over parliamentary privilege.
Two dossiers submitted to the Home Office, one by Geoffrey Dickens, the late Tory MP, the other by Former Labour Cabinet Minister Baroness (Battling Barbara) Castle but no record of any subsequent criminal inquiry has been found and both dossiers have disappeared.
Earlier this week another secret government file on ‘the unnatural sexual behaviour’ of politicians and public servants at Westminster was found by an academic carrying out research at the Government’s National Archive in Kew.
Is it too much of a very coincidence that the government figure whose name featured most prominently in the case died just a day after the ‘unnatural sex’ folder was handed to the authorities and news of its existence was leaked to the media? You may say that, we could not possibly comment.
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