A Tory Party gay campaign group promoted the guest house at the centre of the VIP paedophile investigation.
The Conservative Group for Homosexual Equality “strongly recommended” visits to Elm Guest House in a newsletter to members, a Sunday People and Exaro investigation has revealed. The three-page leaflet – obtained by the Exaro news website – said facilities included a sauna and video studio.
Following the public exposure of late BBC celebrity Jimmy Savile as a pedophile monster who sexually abused hundreds of children over a period of decades — sometimes as part of a satanic ring, according to victims cited in news reports — British police announced last week that the investigation into child sex abuse was widening to include some members of Parliament. However, the police themselves are under fire for declining on multiple occasions to file charges against Savile, whose monstrous crime spree has been called “unprecedented” in U.K. history.
Sorry, McAlpine - won't wash 18 November 2012 10:17
Lord McAlpine answering a brief question on BBC radio about why he didn't sue Scallywag magazine in the 1990s when they accused him of being a paedophile connected to the children's home abuse scandal in North Wales.
'Becky Milligan: There were these allegations in a magazine called Scallywag, a while back. Do you wish you'd dealt with them then? Or why didn't you?
Even those readers from around the world may have noticed that Britain has been rocked by the paedophile revelations regarding Jimmy Savile, the former disc jockey and procurer of children for the rich and famous - and what has followed in relation to Lord McAlpine, the former treasurer of the Conservative or 'Tory' Party at the time of Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
There is information coming from all directions and it can be very confusing for those who have not followed this unfolding story stage by stage. I have been on this case since the 1990s and I'll put the pieces together to make sense of it.
The Biggest Secret, 1998: 'Another famous paedophile ... in Britain is Lord McAlpine, the former treasurer of Heath’s Conservative Party, and executive of the McAlpine Construction empire. He also followed the late Jimmy Goldsmith as head of the Referendum Party in Britain which was created to hijack the groups opposing the European Union and lead them to glorious failure.
McAlpine, who is heavily involved in a network of Brotherhood secret societies, including the Freemasons, has been publicly named as a paedophile by the investigative magazine, Scallywag ... McAlpine was also named by one of the former residents at the Bryn Alyn Children’s Home in North Wales who said he was forced to have oral sex with him ...
Press For Truth Presents: The Turning Point
You have been selected to attend the 60th Bilderberg conference in Chantilly, Virginia from May 31 - June 3, 2012. This conference brings together leaders of business, economics, media, finance, politics and military in a forum which will allow for open and off the record discussions of current events and global issues.
I must stress that this meeting is SECRET and by invitation only. We operate under Chatham House Rules, meaning you are not permitted to discuss anything that is said during the conference to members of the media or otherwise.
The radio advert for the Anti-Terrorist Hotline listed "suspicious" behaviour worth reporting to the police as: "The man at the end of the street doesn't talk to his neighbours much, because he likes to keep himself to himself. He pays with cash because he doesn't have a bank card, and he keeps his curtains closed because his house is on a bus route."
It continued: "This may mean nothing, but together it could all add up to you having suspicions. We all have a role to play in combating terrorism. If you see anything suspicious call the confidential Anti-Terrorist Hotline. If you suspect it, report it."
Families are being torn apart by a system veiled in secrecy, says Christopher Booker
I have never, in all my years as a journalist, felt so frustrated as I do over two deeply disturbing stories of apparent injustice that cry out to be reported but which, for legal reasons, I can refer to only in the vaguest terms. To cover them as they deserve, and as the victims so desperately wish, would challenge a part of our legal system shrouded in an almost impenetrable veil of secrecy.
A powerful lobbying organisation representing agribusiness interests helped draft a key government report that has been attacked by environmentalists for heavily favouring the arguments of the genetically modified food industry.
The revelation comes after the resignation of two government advisers who have criticised the close relationship between the Food Standards Agency (FSA), the body that oversees the UK's food industry, and the GM lobby.
Nick Clegg has announced that over £7 billion worth of government databases will be scrapped and CCTV will be properly regulated.
However although privacy groups have welcomed the scrapping of databases, others have called the CCTV promises a "load of old rubbish."
In his speech today Mr Clegg said: "It is outrageous that decent, law-abiding people are regularly treated as if they have something to hide. It has to stop,"