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    Labour MP Tom Watson, known for his dogged-pursuit of phone-hacking at News International, raised the intriguing matter of a possible paedophile connection to a former occupant of 10 Downing Street at Prime Minsters Questions in the House of Commons today.



    Among the documentation discovered in a pervert's porn-stash during the 1990s were a number of letters from fellow deviants. One of these letters purportedly referred to an advisor at Number 10, still living, who was said to be involved in the importation of child-pornography. Watson's informants, former professional colleagues of the convicted nonce Peter Righton, a university lecturer and national advisor on child-care issues, claim that police never fully investigated the affair and that Righton's criminal confederates evaded justice as a result. Watson has asked the PM to encourage the Met to reopen the investigation.

    As discussed in the newspaper article below many commentators present in the House today thought Watson was referring either to the late Sir Peter Morrison MP, private-secretary to Margaret Thatcher, or even to former prime-minister Sir Edward Heath, about whom unsubstantiated rumours continue to abound.

    On his blog Tom Watson MP refuted the suggestion he was referring to Morrison, who was twice caught in public-conveniences with underage boys but managed to escape on both occasions with no more than a police caution (the matter was successfully hushed up using libel laws). But no! Apparently the mystery man Watson referred to was instead a 'senior aide' of Maggie Thatcher at No. 10- the same Maggie who spent 11 Christmasses at Chequers with the now notorious Jimmy Savile, whose knighthood duly arrived in 1990.

    Labour Party MP for West Bromwich East Tom Watson

    Was there a paedophile ring in No 10? MP Tom Watson demands probe - Crime - UK - The Independent

    The Iron Lady was the most formidable British politician of her era, a divisive figure who inspired either hatred or devotion. She was a driven, domineering woman who terrorised the Tory 'wets' and scared the life out of the most the ex-public-schoolboys in her cabinet. Among the coterie who surrounded her, it now appears were a number of paedophiles.

    Maggie's Downing Street years were strange days indeed!
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    An appalling vista?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Half Nelson View Post
    An appalling vista?
    Tom has set the cat among the pigeons.
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    Quote Originally Posted by picador View Post
    Tom has set the cat among the pigeons.
    And the cat is starving.

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    the same Maggie who spent 11 Christmasses at Chequers which the now notorious Jimmy Savile, whose knighthood duly arrived in 1990


    What were you trying to say there? Is there a bit missing from the end of the sentence?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dimples 77 View Post
    the same Maggie who spent 11 Christmasses at Chequers which the now notorious Jimmy Savile, whose knighthood duly arrived in 1990


    What were you trying to say there? Is there a bit missing from the end of the sentence?
    which should read with.
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    Politics.ie - a magnet for Northern deviants and nutjobs............

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    This would indeed be an accentuation of some of the weirdness Maggie brought out in people.

    Hitch --

    Mark the sequel: Not long afterwards, I was at a reception in the Rosebery Room of the House of Lords. She (Maggie) came. (I'll try and keep this brief.) A mutual Tory friend offered to introduce us. I agreed with some alacrity. The subject of the moment was Rhodesia, now Zimbabwe. I held one view on this. She held another. The introduction was effected. Did I imagine it, or did she recognize the name of the scribe who had hymned her feminine allure? At once we were embroiled in an argument on the subject of racism and decolonization. I was (I only mention it) correct on my facts as well as my principles. She was lousy on both. But what a bonny fighter! She wouldn't give an inch. I found myself conceding her a trivial point, and bowing as I did so. She smiled.

    "Bow lower," she said.

    Suddenly robbed of volition, I complied.

    "No -- much lower."

    By now near to drowning in complicity and subjection, I obeyed. She withdrew from behind her back a rolled-up copy of the Parliamentary orders of the day, and she gave me a sound smack before I could --how does one put this? -- straighten up. I regained the perpendicular in some blushful confusion and difficulty, to see her swing away and look over her shoulder, the words "naughty boy" floating over me in my near trance-like state, as the journo witnesses closed in to say, "What was that all about?" I told them they would never understand, and -- what do you know -- they never did.
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    i tell ya whats more scary, i took a quick look at the screen grab and thought the right honourable was standing up beside a bald bertie ahern on his left
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    Maggs was a deviant alright.
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