Westminster cover-up: New investigation into missing dossier linked to pedophile activity.

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Thursday July 17, 2014

Written by: Aral Bereux

In 1983, now deceased MP Geofrey Dickens, handed a dossier containing up to 114 “potentially relevant files” to then Home-Secretary, Leon Brittan. The dossier detailed the alleged pedophile activity inside Westminster. [i] However, the dossiers whereabouts is currently unknown, and is rumored to have listed several names of MP’s at the time,[ii] according to Peter McKelvie, a retired Child Protection Team Manager.

Leon (now Lord) Brittan is currently facing his own scandals. In June 2014, the alleged rape of a 19 year old student in his London flat in 1967, has emerged. He has not been arrested, but cautioned and interviewed by the police on the matter. On 7 July, the Conservative stated “It is true that I have been questioned by the police about a serious allegation made against me. This allegation is wholly without foundation.” [iii]

This comes on the eve of a new investigation into the whereabouts of the dossier containing the 114 files in relation to the Westminster pedophile ring, provoking suspicions of a cover-up. On 7 July 2014, the Home Secretary, Teresa May announced a review of the historic child abuse allegations, and the handling of the files.[iv] The investigation is claimed to scrutinize the inadequacies of the government’s attention to the first claims of child sex abuse in the 1980’s and if a duty of care was breached. [v]

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[i] Boffey, Daniel (6 July 2014) “Tebbit hints at political cover-up over child abuse in 1980s.” The Guardian (London). Retrieved 16th July, 2014. http://www.theguardian.com/society/2014/jul/06/child-abuse-coverup-1980s-lord-tebbit

[ii] Andrew Winning (12 July 2014) “Too many of them: Warnings on pedophiles operating in Westminster were ignored.” Reuters. Retrieved 16th July, 2014. http://rt.com/uk/172348-pedophiles-westminster-warnings-ignored/

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[iii] “Brittan says historical rape claim wholly unfounded.” BBC News. Retrieved 16th July, 2014. http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-28194481

[iv] The Mole (7 July 2014) “Westminster paedophile claims: May reacts to inquiry pressure.” Retrieved 16th July, 2014.  http://www.theweek.co.uk/politics/child-abuse-inquiry/59322/westminster-paedophile-claims-may-reacts-to-inquiry-pressure

[v] Marcer Hall (7 July 2014) “Theresa May announces wide-ranging inquiry into child sex abuse at every level of society.”  Express. Retrieved 16th July, 2014. http://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/487222/Westminster-paedophile-abuse-review-launch

[1] Boffey, Daniel (6 July 2014) “Tebbit hints at political cover-up over child abuse in 1980s.” The Guardian (London). Retrieved 16th July, 2014. http://www.theguardian.com/society/2014/jul/06/child-abuse-coverup-1980s-lord-tebbit

[1] Andrew Winning (12 July 2014) “Too many of them: Warnings on pedophiles operating in Westminster were ignored.” Reuters. Retrieved 16th July, 2014. http://rt.com/uk/172348-pedophiles-westminster-warnings-ignored/

[1] “Brittan says historical rape claim wholly unfounded.” BBC News. Retrieved 16th July, 2014. http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-28194481

[1] The Mole (7 July 2014) “Westminster paedophile claims: May reacts to inquiry pressure.” Retrieved 16th July, 2014.  http://www.theweek.co.uk/politics/child-abuse-inquiry/59322/westminster-paedophile-claims-may-reacts-to-inquiry-pressure

[1] Marcer Hall (7 July 2014) “Theresa May announces wide-ranging inquiry into child sex abuse at every level of society.”  Express. Retrieved 16th July, 2014. http://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/487222/Westminster-paedophile-abuse-review-launch

14 COMMENTS

  1. If the dossier exists then it should be released immediately so that those who enacted these unspeakable crimes can be brought to just immediately.

    No-one is above the law, not even the lawmakers themselves. That is true democracy!

  2. Details are now emerging from the Cyril Smith case that members of the judiciary stopped the investigation. The judiciary get a huge amount of very expensive privaleges and no questions it. It would be interesting if someone were to do a FOI request on judiciary expenses. A lot of them are completely out of touch and, over the years, there has been some real corruption. While every other govt. dept. has to justify its use of public funds (quite rightfully) and be fair and honest in their behaviour. The judiciary seem immune. We need to stop ‘tugging out forelocks’ to these people and remind them they are public servants who are accountable yo the people. There are some good people in the judiciary but the lack of transparency and deference we are all expected to display is a recipe for corruption to flourish.

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