May: ‘Unnatural Sex’ File To Be Investigated

Theresa May says the contents of a file on "unnatural sex" in Westminster handed to the Thatcher government will be investigated.

Theresa May says the contents of a file on “unnatural sex” in Westminster handed to the Thatcher government will be investigated.

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Well well, we are told it is “In the hands of the police” We have a key suspect dying today, Prince Andrew being asked to speak under Oath in a US Court regarding under age sex. I am still surprised the Main stream media are taking this story. I have been on it a year or so, so to see it on MSM was a shock. Images and Documents are flying around cyber-space at the moment. I guess it is a case of “Who is brave enough to point a finger” Watch this space I guess. This is July 7th 2014 What exactly is the hold up, people want answers, don’t expect any till after the upcoming UK General Elections, for obvious reasons, but we all know this happened, we just don’t know who the king pin was, who was involved. I have mentioned many names in my research on this and places like hotels and other places. Hard research Sky are now seemingly doing

A secret file on “unnatural sexual” behaviour in Westminster from the 1980s, revealed by Sky News, will be looked at and investigated by police if necessary, Theresa May has said. The Home Secretary suggested the file, which was first disclosed by Sky News on Wednesday, might be a duplicate of one already examined by authorities. She said there was a chance it had already been seen by an inquiry by NSPCC chief executive Peter Wanless, into the Home Office handling of historic sex abuse claims.

Mrs May said the investigation into historic child sex abuse, launched in the wake of numerous scandals, would examine the file. However, Mr Wanlesss, who led last year’s review into government documents from between 1979 and 1999, has said nobody showed it to him.

Inquiry Gets 'Unnatural' Sex File

Inquiry Gets ‘Unnatural’ Sex File

All this can be found here

He told Sky News: “Under the specific terms of reference set by the Home Office we made the most extensive inquiries possible within a very limited time frame. This specific file was not revealed by any department or individual we consulted.” The filed, titled “PREM19/588 – SECURITY. Allegations against former public (word missing) of unnatural sexual proclivities; security aspects 1980 Oct 27 – 1981 Mar 20″ was discovered by university lecturer Dr Chris Murphy at the National Archives in Kew.

Answering an urgent question from the shadow home secretary in the House of Commons on the delay into the inquiry, Mrs May said: “You have made reference to the file that has come to light. “We are checking that today but as I understand it we believe it may be a duplicate of a file that was at the Home Office which was seen by Wanless and Whittam during their review but of course we are checking that. “Any allegations in relation to that file will be passed to the police and those concerned to ensure that they are looked at properly.”

Legal Document asking Prince Andrew to speak under oath in the USA

Legal Document asking Prince Andrew to speak under oath in the USA

Mrs May set up the inquiry in July to find out whether public bodies had neglected or covered up allegations of child sex abuse in the wake of claims there was a Westminster paedophile ring in the 1980s.  However, the first two people appointed to chair the inquiry resigned because of links to political figures of the time. She said a new chairman would be announced at the end of the month as would the model of the inquiry – either a Royal Commission or a statutory inquiry – both would have full access to evidence.

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UK Government To Give Statement On Child Abuse Claims as story gathers pace

The Home Secretary will brief MPs on the Home Office’s investigation

Bit of breaking news here through Sky news. I did this earlier.

Home Secretary Theresa May is to make a statement to the House of Commons today on alleged child abuse at Westminster in the 1980s following claims there “may well have been” a political cover-up. She will brief MPs on the Home Office’s investigation into the allegations after her department admitted more than 100 official files relating to claims of historical child abuse by politicians have been lost or destroyed. These files are in addition to a dossier alleging child abuse involving powerful and famous figures at Westminster in the 1980s that is also missing. The allegations include claims of abuse by the late Liberal MP Sir Cyril Smith and alleged paedophile activity at parties attended by politicians at the Elm Guest House in Barnes, southwest London. Further pressure was put on the Government after former Cabinet Minister Lord Tebbit said there could have been a political cover-up.

The allegations include claims of abuse by late Liberal MP Sir Cyril Smith

Lord Tebbit, who served in a series of senior ministerial posts under Margaret Thatcher, said the instinct at the time was to protect “the system” and not delve too deeply into uncomfortable allegations. “At that time I think most people would have thought that the establishment, the system, was to be protected and if a few things had gone wrong here and there that it was more important to protect the system than to delve too far into it. “That view, I think, was wrong then and it is spectacularly shown to be wrong because the abuses have grown,” he told BBC1’s The Andrew Marr Show. Asked if he thought there had been a “big political cover-up” at the time, he said: “I think there may well have been.” Prime Minister David Cameron has ordered an internal review at the Home Office to “find answers” about the missing files.

WOW! Lord Tebbit believes an establishment cover-up is possible

But Labour say the review is not enough and are calling for a full-scale public inquiry, led by independent experts, to restore public confidence. The internal review will be led by the Home Office’s top civil servant Mark Sedwill. He said the 114 potentially relevant documents – from the period 1979 to 1999 – were “presumed destroyed, missing or not found”. Home Affairs Select Committee chair Keith Vaz has asked Mr Sedwill to appear before the committee on Tuesday to answer questions. He will be asked how the paperwork could have been lost in the first place, and to explain the scope of his investigation.