Two more UK MPs accused in sex abuse scandal – Press TV

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Scotland Yard has been given the names of two more former government ministers accused of sexually abusing children, who are now added to the 22 others already involved in a high-profile pedophile scandal, according to Press TV.

The two additional names were reported to police after Labour MP John Mann was approached by a victim claiming to have been abused by the politicians.

The rest of the report is on the Press TV website so give it a visit.

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21 thoughts on “Two more UK MPs accused in sex abuse scandal – Press TV

  1. gfranklinpercival

    “I danced with a man who danced with a girl who danced with the Prince of Wales”

    A song written in 1927 by Herbert Farjeon.

  2. Thomas M

    Most MPs are not nonces-but most MPs are greedy and just interested in enriching themselves in my view.

  3. Mr.Angry

    I truly believe no matter how many witnesses and evidence comes out, the crooked elite will surely have it covered up, they will invent something major to divert attention from the issue.

    One only has to reflect on Tory transparency in revealing the mortality statistics brought about by their so called “welfare reforms” No matter which party gets in this dreadful body count will be confined to secrecy.

  4. Tony Dean

    What puzzles me is the reticence of the press, they have had the background in depth and detail for three decades.

  5. concernedkev

    I have just tried to access the report you mention and I have received a 403 forbidden access not allowed with credentials you have supplied ???? Is this some kind of joke or what ??

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      I just got the same result, even when I went to their home page. I think the site must have gone down for some reason.

  6. concernedkev

    Furthermore I wrote an extensive reply on the subject of drugs and the relationship to Child Sex Abuse yesterday and just before I was ready to post it it was deleted from your comments section and not by me. I had started it early on in the day and left it, partly written, to go shopping for over a hour. I continued when I got home and just as I was about to post it I left my computer for 5 mins when I came back and ready to post it had gone from the comments box. I had not touched anything ???? MI5 and MI6 had been mentioned extensively.

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      If you hadn’t posted it, then I would have thought it would only be on your computer, and nowhere else (although I’m no expert in these things). I would caution you against paranoia, although it certainly seems strange to me.

  7. concernedkev

    Paranoia is a condition where you know what’s going on but you have trouble proving it. This was the second occasion when I was posting to your site that this has happened.
    I have had some experience of being monitored by the security services going way back to 1984 when I was having a phone conversation with a MP from the House of Commons. It was in relation to the invasion of a small mining village in Yorkshire by the Special Patrol Group. Things were quite primitive in those days with only telephone taps. During the call some dipstick must have pressed the wrong button and he came live on line, to which the MP reacted with a very stern warning. It was made the subject of a complaint to the Home Office with an apology forthcoming.

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      I’d say paranoia was “a mental condition characterized by delusions of persecution, unwarranted jealousy, or exaggerated self-importance, typically worked into an organized system” or “unjustified suspicion or mistrust of other people” but your experience is of concern.

  8. concernedkev

    Paranoia is as you say a mental condition etc. I am a retired Mental Health Nurse Mike and I know a lot about how it can exhibit itself. I trust however you have heard of “Gaslighting” were one or more people contrive to convince an individual that they are going mad. This is relevant to the issue of CSA as this technique was no doubt applied to some of the victims to convince those to whom they complained that they were imagining what they alleged happened. I speak from 7 years of caring and counselling youngsters some of who had been victims of abuse. With hindsight and present day knowledge I realise that some of those poor kids may well have been harbouring dark and horrific secrets that they could not speak about. Some of them because of their hostile and paranoid ideation were simply classified and duly medicated without anyone giving consideration to the clues they were giving in their behaviour. I am glad to say I was part of a movement away from this medical approach and more towards an understanding of family or group dynamics and there effects on the individuals psycho/social make up.
    Have you read the threads from the London Met Police forum on Exaro some who were and still are serving officers. There are some from Special Branch and even they have commented, when deciding to collaborate on a dossier for Hogan Howe, that they would have to be careful and make copies. Then one officer comments implying there is no point as from his knowledge they, being MI5/MI6, would be following their every move anyway.

  9. amnesiaclinic

    Press TV is banned as part of the sanctions against Iran. They have been banned for a long time because they give a very different version of events. Well worth checking out.

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