Oxfam trustee who made ‘full and unqualified apology’ to Britain and Haiti was given £670,000 pay-off by BBC over Jimmy Savile cover-up row

  • Caroline Thomson is no stranger to being at the vortex of a major scandal
  • In previous role at the BBC, she was dragged into the Jimmy Savile controversy
  • There was widespread criticism of Ms Thomson when she left the BBC
  • She left with a £670,000 pay-off — more than twice her £330,000 salary

Beleaguered Oxfam trustee Caroline Thomson, who made a ‘full and unqualified apology’ to Britain and Haiti, is no stranger to being at the vortex of a major corporate scandal.

In a previous role at the BBC, she was dragged into the controversy over the cover-up of paedophile DJ Jimmy Savile’s activities, as well as a row over excessive pay-offs for BBC executives.

There was widespread criticism of Ms Thomson — who uses her maiden name rather than her title by marriage, Lady Liddle — when, before she became chairman of Oxfam’s trustees, she left the BBC (where she was chief operating officer) with a £670,000 pay-off — more than twice her £330,000 salary.  

In a previous role at the BBC, Oxfam trustee Caroline Thomson was dragged into the controversy over the cover-up of paedophile DJ Jimmy Savile's activities


Astonishingly, she got this eye-watering sum even though she wanted to quit.

In a previous role at the BBC, Oxfam trustee Caroline Thomson was dragged into the controversy over the cover-up of paedophile DJ Jimmy Savile’s activities

Indeed, she was one of several BBC bigwigs who left with huge pay-offs — totalling £4 million in one year — after the Savile scandal.

As a result, Margaret Hodge, then chairwoman of the Commons spending watchdog, said there was ‘gross incompetence’ in the way the BBC handled the golden handshakes. 

The MP had questioned senior BBC executives and said it was an ‘unedifying experience’ watching them ‘try to avoid responsibility’.

During questioning, former BBC director general Mark Thompson defended the severance payments, denying that the Corporation had ‘lost the plot’. 

In reference to Ms Thomson, Ms Hodge said her redundancy pay-off was effectively paid to ‘compensate’ her for missing out on the job of director-general during the fallout from Savile.

To compound matters, when one shamed BBC executive repaid part of his £300,000 settlement, Ms Thomson was asked if she would do the same. 

With haughty disdain, she replied: ‘No. I’m not.’ Insisting that the licence-fee-payers’ funded money was her contractual entitlement, she said: ‘I would have earned a lot more when I was working for ITV.’

Caroline Thomson was one of several BBC bigwigs who left with huge pay-offs — totalling £4 million in one year — after the Savile scandal. Above, Jimmy Savile
Caroline Thomson was one of several BBC bigwigs who left with huge pay-offs — totalling £4 million in one year — after the Savile scandal. Above, Jimmy Savile

This debacle followed the Jimmy Savile scandal when it was alleged that the BBC had pulled a BBC2 Newsnight investigation into allegations that the DJ had indulged in under-age sex and that Ms Thomson, along with other executives, failed to heed warnings that Savile was a serious paedophile.

‘In retrospect,’ she said after Savile died, ‘no one thought of it as a story about the BBC. I look back now and say: ‘Why didn’t I think it was a problem?’ But I didn’t.’

After quitting the BBC with her pay-off (including £14,000 for lawyers to negotiate the deal) and a £1.9 million pension pot, she became executive director of the English National Ballet. 

Asked why she didn’t take a job in commercial TV (where she’d said she’d have earned much more), she responded: ‘I felt bruised by the manner of my departure and the speed of it. I wanted to do something different.’

Caroline Agnes Morgan Thomson, 63, has strong political links. Her father was Labour MP for Dundee before defecting to the SDP, became head of the Independent Broadcasting Authority and was ennobled as Baron Thomson of Monifieth.

After studying at York University, Ms Thomson joined the BBC as a trainee journalist. There, she met her future husband Roger Liddle, an early SDP activist who was a very close friend of Peter Mandelson, with whom he co-authored The Blair Revolution, which championed an EU ‘of deeper economic integration among nation-states bound together by common rules and united by a clear social purpose’.

Margaret Hodge, then chairwoman of the Commons spending watchdog, said there was 'gross incompetence' in the way the BBC handled the golden handshakes
Margaret Hodge, then chairwoman of the Commons spending watchdog, said there was ‘gross incompetence’ in the way the BBC handled the golden handshakes

They also said: ‘The single currency is the natural complement to a single market’.

Liddle then became a policy adviser to Blair on Europe, in 1997, and joined him as an aide in No 10 for seven years.

But ‘Mandelson’s bagman’ became embroiled in a sleazy cash-for-access scandal.

Another Mandelson crony, Derek ‘Dolly’ Draper, was caught telling an undercover reporter posing as a businessman that he could provide early sight of confidential government reports and that in exchange for money he would open government doors to him — one being that of Liddle’s office.

Draper duly pressed Liddle into service and the latter was quoted telling the undercover reporter: ‘There is a circle and Derek is part of the circle . . . Whenever you are ready, tell me what you want, who you want to meet, and Derek and I will make the call for you.’

Blair rejected demands to dismiss Liddle who denied the allegations — the consensus being that he was saved solely because his reported remark was not tape-recorded.

After Downing Street, Liddle was an adviser to European Commission president Jose Manuel Barroso and having been ennobled for long service as a Blairite ultra is a key figure in the Lords in the battle against Brexit. 

During a debate about leaving the EU, he declared his intention to fight Brexit as long as he lived.

As for his wife, she continues to amass well-paid public jobs: chairman of Digital UK (which is responsible for digital terrestrial TV); a director of UKGI (a government quango responsible for corporate governance); as well as two in the private sector, a director of Vitec Group (which provides services for broadcasters) and on the board of CN multi-media group.

Thomson once said women in business ‘must have the self-belief to say you don’t understand some-thing in meetings . . . Men always say when they don’t get things.’

Yet by her own admission, she did not ask the right questions about Jimmy Savile. Might she now be asking similar questions of herself about Oxfam?


A former adviser to Tony Blair and Gordon Brown, David Pitt-Watson, 58 — Oxfam’s honorary treasurer since 2011 — was finance director of the Labour Party from 1997-99.

He was offered the post of Labour general secretary in 2008 but decided not to take it — to the disappointment of Brown, then PM.

The City fund manager’s influence at Oxfam — along with his links to the Labour Party — may partly explain why the charity has become highly politicised and veered dramatically to the Left.

David Pitt-Watson (pictured) — Oxfam’s honorary treasurer since 2011 — was finance director of the Labour Party from 1997-99
David Pitt-Watson (pictured) — Oxfam’s honorary treasurer since 2011 — was finance director of the Labour Party from 1997-99

In 2014, Oxfam was criticised for a faux film poster, showing a broiling sea under clouds titled: The Perfect Storm. Added were the words ‘starring zero hours contracts, high prices, benefit cuts, unemployment, childcare costs’.

A message above read: ‘Lifting the lid on austerity Britain reveals a perfect storm — and it’s forcing more and more people into poverty.’ Meanwhile, on Twitter Oxfam invited people to hear how ‘we investigate the reasons why so many people are turning to food banks in Britain 2014’.

Pitt-Watson (pictured), also an executive fellow at London Business School, was chairman of the United Nations environment programme’s finance initiative in the run-up to the Paris Climate summit.

The son of a cleric his grandfather was moderator of the Church of Scotland in the Fifties. He has written a number of books and pamphlets but denies he’s a member of an ivory-towered elite.

‘I have never understood the notion that there is a divorce between the real world and the academic world,’ he says.

‘I don’t get it. The academic world is there reflecting, explaining, understanding the real world.’

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Sir Tom Jones Flees US As Child Rape Charge Moves Forward

British pop star Sir Tom Jones has become the first entertainment industry figure to flee the United States as a child rape case against him moves forward 

Jones put his Los Angeles mansion on the market and left for his native United Kingdom last week, as news circulated among Hollywood celebrities that the Trump administration has dedicated significant resources in the first quarter of 2018 to coming down hard on entertainment industry pedophiles and “nobody is untouchable anymore.”

The British pop star, whose career has spanned six decades and culminated in him being knighted by Queen Elizabeth in 2006 for services to music, is currently being investigated by police over the alleged rape of a 14-year-old girl.

The alleged victim has provided police with graphic testimony alleging Tom Jones raped her on his bed in room 629 of the old President Hotel in Cape Town, South Africa, when she was a 14-year-old virgin.

After making a complaint to Britain’s Scotland Yard she was informed that as the alleged offense occurred outside their jurisdiction they were unable to investigate the case as part of Operation Yewtree, however they passed her allegations on to the South African Police Service.

Charges have now been registered against Sir Tom Jones and police have begun an investigation.

The alleged victim says the nightmare experience began on a Saturday in 1976 when she and her friends went autograph hunting at the hotel.

By chance, the teenagers arrived as the star, then in his thirties, arrived at the hotel in his limousine. He noticed them and instructed a bodyguard to give them complimentary tickets to his concert that night at the Three Arts in Plumstead, Cape Town.

Speaking to The Sun, the alleged victim said that Jones’s bodyguard plucked her and her friend, aged 14 and 13 at the time, from the crowd at his concert and invited them to meet the singer at his hotel the next day. The girls went along hoping to meet the star and get his autograph.

In the lobby the star’s bodyguard allegedly told the girl to leave her friends and accompany him.

She says she was led into a 6th floor hotel suite where she saw a number of people, including the star’s back up singers and a woman who introduced herself as former Miss World, Anneline Kriel.

She says the star appeared from his room wearing a white bathrobe and she was led onto the balcony when he posed alongside her for photographs.

The alleged victim explained that: “He offered me Dom Perignon Champagne. I didn’t know what it was at the time. It looked like soda.

“You just feel you have to be with the crowd so I took a sip and thought it was the most vile tasting thing I’d ever had. All I wanted to do was get it down in one gulp then get it out of the way.

“That is what I did, not realising I was now drinking alcohol for the first time.

“Then he gave me another glass and was telling me how lovely I was, and you have beautiful eyes, I really like you… and he carried on with this flirtatiousness.

“Before I knew it, it was like an immobility had set in there and then. He had me down on the bed in one fell swoop.”

Speaking about the alleged rape, she continued: “His gown was off. I was wearing a jumpsuit. He zipped it down and what had started as affectionate and safe, almost, was suddenly becoming painful and forceful, not comfortable.

“I was confused and couldn’t understand where the pain was coming from. It was just beyond me. I was very numb and found that I could not move. All I heard repetitively as he was pinning me down was: ‘Relax, relax – it won’t hurt if you relax’.

“Those words have just stuck with me over the years.

“My father was very strict with me and I just knew I had to get the hell out of this place. I came to my senses, sat up, zipped myself up and got the hell out of there.”

When she returned home she noticed that her body was covered in bruises. Too ashamed to talk about the experience to her family or friends, she says she was left traumatized for years.

Weeping, she said: “I had bruises all over my body, in my groin and on my neck. I had hand imprints on my arm and I was trying to understand what happened. I couldn’t.

“In my mind I was completely confused about how to process this. Was it a good or bad thing? What actually happened?”


Paedophile Rolf Harris in new bid to overturn convictions

Nov 7th 2017

  • Rolf Harris, 87, applying to get 12 sex convictions overturned at Court of Appeal
  • Artist was convicted of 12 indecent assaults against four young girls in 2014
  • Also convicted of catalogue of abuse against daughter’s friend over 16 years
  • But Harris hired private investigator who traced witnesses with fresh evidence
  • Father of victim, aged eight, said entertainer couldn’t have groped his daughter as he wouldn’t have allowed her out

Rolf Harris arrives at the Court of Appeal in London today to launch a fresh bid to challenge indecent assault convictions

Rolf Harris arrives at the Court of Appeal in London today to launch a fresh bid to challenge indecent assault convictions

Rolf Harris could have all 12 of his sex convictions quashed after the father of his youngest victim claimed the assault could not have taken place.

The disgraced entertainer, 87 launched a bid at London‘s Court of Appeal on Tuesday as he claims fresh evidence proves he did not have the right to a fair trial.

The entertainer, 87, was jailed for five years and nine months in 2014 for assaulting an eight-year-old and two teenage girls and abusing his daughter’s friend.

But now those convictions could be overturned as three judges will examine the 12 counts and decide how to proceed.

The cartoonist, singer and TV presenter hired private investigators to track down key witnesses including police officers.

The father of the youngest victim told a court due to her age he would not have let her go to a community centre where she said Harris groped her in Portsmouth in 1969.

The victim’s father said he would have known if Harris was there at the time of the offence as it would have been ‘common gossip’ and he simply ‘would not allow her to go’ because of her age.

Harris’s defence barrister Stephen Vullo QC said: ‘Is the reality just blindingly obvious that he just never attended?

‘In my respectful submission this is classic fresh evidence – it is real and an issue that was not raised at trial.’

Harris's renewed application for permission to appeal will be considered by three judges today

Harris’s renewed application for permission to appeal will be considered by three judges today

Mr Vullo called retired detective superintendent Graham Piper and retired detective constable Peter Spencer, who worked at the police station 50 yards from a community centre in Leigh Park, Portsmouth, where Harris was said to have molested a young autograph hunter.

Both repeated their testimonies they gave at trial that they were not aware of Harris ever attending the community centre.

They said they would have known if he had so done because of the celebrity’s draw.


But under further cross examination from prosecutor Jonathan Rees QC they both admitted that Harris could have attended the centre, between 1968 and 1969, without their knowledge.

Mr Vullo said: ‘He has absolutely no motive to undermine this court – he is, in my submission, an honest witness.

‘It is possible, I suppose, that he (Harris) turned up to the centre and then disappeared without anyone knowing – or actually is the reality just blindingly obvious that he just never attended?’

Mr Rees said the submissions put forward by the defence do not add ‘to the weight of the evidence that was before the jury’.

At the end of today’s hearing, Lord Justice Treacy announced the court would not give a ruling immediately after submissions from both sides were completed.

He said the application ‘requires careful consideration and assessment’.

Harris was convicted of 12 indecent assaults at Southwark Crown Court in June 2014 – on the eight-year-old autograph hunter, two teenage girls and abuse against his daughter’s friend over 16 years.

He was then stripped of his hat-trick of honours following those verdicts, including an MBE in 1968, an OBE in 1977 and a CBE in 2006 after he was jailed for five years and nine months.

A few months later he was found guilty he failed in an attempt to bring a challenge to a judge who refused his application for permission to appeal.

In May this year the former Animal Hospital presenter was formally cleared of unconnected historical sex offences which he had denied.

A second jury trying the shamed TV star over claims he molested three young female fans had been discharged after failing to reach verdicts.

He was released from HMP Stafford on 19 May after serving less than half the sentence.

The Australia-born artist insisted his convictions in 2014 left him ‘vulnerable’ to fake claims from liars looking to make a quick buck or a spot in the limelight.

Harris, formerly of Bray, Berkshire, is the highest profile celebrity to be tried under the Metropolitan Police’s Operation Yewtree probe, launched in the wake of the Jimmy Savile scandal.

The hearing continues


Ex-EastEnders actor Joseph Shade (Peter Beale) avoids jail for sexual offences against 3 teen girls

Ex-EastEnders actor Joseph Shade was handed an 18-month suspended jail term


AN ex-EastEnders actor has today dodged jail after admitting sexual offences against three teenage girls while in a position of trust as a youth worker.

Joseph Shade, 24, who played Peter Beale in the soap from 1998 to 2004, confessed during his trial to sending sexual text messages to girls and touching one on the bottom.

Today at Norwich Crown Court he was handed a suspended prison sentence of 18 months.

In August, the court was told Shade’s offences were against three girls aged between 14 and 17, and happened between 2012 and 2015.


On the fourth day of his trial, Shade, of Sheringham, Norfolk, changed his pleas.


The 24-year-old admitted five counts of causing or inciting a child under 18 to engage in sexual activity while in a position of trust and one count of sexual activity with a child by a person in a position of trust.

A further five sexual offence charges will lie on file.

Judge Maureen Bacon QC, sentencing Shade on Friday, told him: “You sought to engage vulnerable teenage girls in sexual activity when you were in a position of trust.”

He relied on support from loved ones after admitting offences against three teen girls

He relied on support from loved ones after admitting offences against three teen girlsAt the time, prosecutor David Wilson said: “He himself attended that youth project as a young person and got help from them.

“As he reached the age of 18 he became formally employed as a youth worker and in this capacity as a youth worker he then engaged with many young people who came from similar backgrounds and vulnerabilities as he had.

“During the course of his employment he accepts by his pleas that his relationships became too close to a number of attendees and he would engage with them by texting them messages asking them to have sex or to send sexual pictures of breasts and the like.

“On one occasion and only one occasion he touched one of them.”

Mr Wilson said Shade had no previous convictions and was “tearful and expressed a degree of remorse” when he was interviewed by police.

Shade was bailed by Judge Maureen Bacon who warned he could be sent to prison.

The ex-TV actor was charged with the offences in October following an investigation by Norfolk Police’s Child Abuse Investigation Unit.

The trial of Shade, who lives with his girlfriend, was due to last five to six days.

After starring in the soap Shade became a youth workerAfter starring in the soap Shade became a youth worker

Shade was handed an 18-month prison sentenced suspended for 24 months, a five-year sexual harm prevention order barring him from working with children and vulnerable adults, and ordered to complete 150 hours of unpaid work.

He must also sign the Sex Offenders Register and complete a 60-day offender programme.


HOME Alone star MACAULAY CULKIN was said to be worth £38million when he retired, aged 14. But he was later given three suspended prison terms for drug possession.


GARY COLEMAN, star of 1980s US sitcom Diff’rent Strokes, was bankrupt by 1999. He was charged with assault while working as a security guard and spent a night in prison for attacking his wife.
JAMIE WAYLETT, who played Harry Potter bully Vincent Crabbe, was jailed for two years in 2012 for taking part in the London riots the previous August.




NONCE Fred ‘the weatherman’ Talbot *GUILTY*

FORMER TV weatherman Fred Talbot has been convicted of a string of historical sex offences against schoolboys in his care during trips to Scotland.

A jury found the 67-year-old guilty of indecently assaulting seven teenage boys during camping and boating trips in the 1970s and 1980s while he was a biology teacher at a school in the Manchester area.

Talbot, of Greater Manchester, had denied the allegations but was convicted of seven of nine charges after a nine-day trial at Lanark Sheriff Court. The jury took four hours over two days to consider their verdict.

The jury found Talbot unanimously guilty of two of the charges against him. The remaining five guilty verdicts were by majority. He was cleared of two charges – one of indecent assault and one of lewd, indecent and libidinous practices – on not proven verdicts.

Talbot, wearing a short-sleeved shirt and tie, sat impassively as the verdict was delivered and sentence was deferred until June 15.

The former television personality, who used to be a regular on the floating weather map in Liverpool’s Albert Dock for ITV’s This Morning show, was previously jailed for five years in Manchester in 2015 for indecently assaulting two schoolboys, the court heard.

Those assaults took place on school canal barge trips in the Cheshire area in the mid-1970s.

The Scottish offences, against boys aged 15 to 17, all took place between 1978 and 1981 and happened during separate trips to two locations – near the St Mary’s Loch area in Moffat, Dumfries and Galloway, and the Caledonian Canal in Inverness in the Highlands.

During the trial, a succession of witnesses, now men in their 50s who cannot be named for legal reasons, told of their initial excitement at going on the trips – sometimes the first time away from their parents.

At the time, Talbot was a young teacher with a more relaxed attitude than others and would talk to the boys about topics such as pop music, alcohol and sex, the court heard.

The men went on to recount how Talbot abused his position of trust to attack them more than 35 years ago.

One man told the court he was indecently assaulted as a teenage boy after a visit to the pub on a camping trip left him “very much the worse for wear”.

The witness told of his “horror” when he awoke – after being “singled out” to go to the pub – to find Talbot touching him in a tent when he was partially clothed.

Another witness gave evidence over a video link from Australia to recount how he awoke in his tent to find Talbot making a sexual advance on him.

A further witness said he was left “petrified” when Talbot indecently assaulted him on a trip to the Caledonian Canal in 1979.

Stone Roses frontman Ian Brown, 54, who was not an alleged victim, also gave evidence at the trial and said he has never forgotten the moment Talbot invited one of his young friends to sleep in his tent on a school camping trip.

He told how Talbot would regularly talk about trips during class but would only invite certain people to go on the excursions.

After the verdicts were delivered, prosecutor Imran Bashir told the court Talbot is still serving the sentence imposed on him in England.

Sheriff Nikola Stewart called for a criminal justice social work report and a risk assessment to be carried out before she sentences Talbot in three weeks’ time.

Detective Inspector Bryan Lee, senior investigating officer at Police Scotland, said: “Fred Talbot is a sexual predator who hid behind a mask of respectability.

“He used his position as a teacher to engineer situations which allowed him to isolate and target his victims.

“He took advantage of his position of trust to abuse young men in his care.


22nd May 2017

TV weatherman Fred Talbot tells jury he is ‘hurt’ by child sex abuse


TV weatherman Fred Talbot tells jury he is ‘hurt’ by child sex abuse claims

The former teacher, 67, denies molesting nine schoolboys on camping trips to Dumfriesshire and Inverness  

TV weatherman Fred Talbot has denied claims he molested schoolboys during camping trips to Scotland.

Talbot, 67, is on trial at Lanark Sheriff Court accused of indecently assaulting nine boys during trips between 1978 and 1981.


The former This Morning star has told a jury he has been left ‘hurt’ by claims he plied teenagers with alcohol before attempting to molest them as they returned to tents.

Under questioning from defence lawyer Alan Gravelle, Talbot said his media career began in 1976 and led to him presenting the weather on This Morning with Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan in the 1990s.

He said he had been a biology teacher at a grammar school in the Manchester area and regularly took pupils on school trips to Moffat, Dumfriesshire, and the Caledonian Canal in Inverness.

He said he shared tents with pupils but insisted nothing was ever said about him doing so.

But he dismissed earlier claims from alleged victims that he had told boys to bring alcohol on the trips he organised.

Talbot said:

“I was enthusiastically involved with these trips. On the camping trips, there were maybe three or four people to a tent and I just mixed in and there was never any adverse reaction to that. We used to go on the camping trips in autumn and winter so I didn’t see much undress.

“It was that cold the clothes that we wore were the same for the whole trip and the only thing that came off at night was the boots to get into the sleeping bag. It is absolute rubbish to suggest that I would say to someone to bring rum and I just wouldn’t have said it.

“I’m just hurt by these allegations because nothing happened. It might sound daft but I really, really, liked these lads and stayed friends with some of them after school and they said nothing until all of this.

“It just didn’t happen and I don’t know what else to say really.”

Talbot told the court he had hidden his homosexuality while teaching at the school but said it later became public knowledge.

And he told how his media career started taking off following regular slots on a radio show and helping to set questions for the popular TV show, the Krypton Factor.

He said: “My media career started in 1976 when I got a phone-call from BBC Radio Manchester who wanted me to do a talk on the night sky.

“That led to a monthly and then weekly feature on radio and the TV stuff followed.

“I wrote the science questions for the Krypton Factor and worked for the most part with ITV.

“I was then on This Morning with Richard and Judy and we had a big floating weather map out on the Albert Dock.”

Talbot continued: “My sexuality was secret at the school and if it had come out it would’ve caused problems for me.”


We told previously how Stone Roses star Ian Brown told jurors Talbot tried to molest a pal during a camping trip.

The rocker, now 54, said his classmate was left “highly agitated” and fled from sharing a tent with Talbot after the former teacher “tried to touch him.”

Witness Brown, who attended Altrincham grammar school in Greater Manchester in the 1970s, said the boy “dived” to get away from Talbot who he had been sharing a tent with for around 15 minutes.

The trial before Sheriff Nikola Stewart continues.


So Many EastEnder Paedo….


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ESTHER RANTZEN: She has links to LOTS of paedo. But it’s ok, she’s here to HELP Scottish kids. updated 02/11

published Oct 29th 2016 | last updated Nov 2nd 2016
As always, my opinion in PURPLE, links in BLUE all else quoted from source

 Gallowhill Primary School pupils receive special award from Dame Esther Rantzen

PAISLEY 28 October 2016

Dame Esther Rantzen called for more people to volunteer for Childline after visiting Glasgow and Edinburgh to mark the 30th anniversary of the vital service.

Dame Esther with the First Minister, leader of the Scottish conservatives Ruth Davidson and co-convener for the Green Party Patrick Harvie. Photo Credit: Julie HowdenTo celebrate the special birthday the Childline founder visited the Scottish Parliament on yesterday evening where she met First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, Deputy Presiding Officer, Christine Grahame MSP and Minister for Child Care and Early Years, Mark McDonald MSP.

Pupils from Gallowhill Primary School, in Paisley, who received the NSPCC Childhood Champion Award earlier this year, also attended the event and were given a special award from Dame Esther.

The following day she visited Childline’s Glasgow base to thank volunteer counsellors, fundraisers and supporters including Scotmid. READ IN FULL

Childline is good Nic: Charity crusader reckons Scotland’s children are in good hands

{“CRUSADER” RANCID SAYS OUR KIDS ARE IN GOOD HANDS.. Oh well, that’s ok then! MUST be true. Although, am thinkin Hollie Greig, the Docherty kids, Suzie Henderson and THOUSANDS upon THOUSANDS of CSA survivors might possibly disagree}

CHARITY crusader Dame Esther Rantzen reveals how a heart-to-heart with Nicola Sturgeon this week left her convinced Scotland’s children are in good hands. The ChildLine creator met the First Minister to mark the 30th anniversary of the 24-hour counselling service for kids and young people. And Nicola opened up about her fears for Scotland’s new generation in the digital age.

Telly legend Esther — who had Margaret Thatcher’s full backing when the service was launched in 1986 — explained:

“It is very heartening that whatever their political views, politicians actually understand our concerns. I did say to the First Minister that the table we were sitting at was one of the most important pieces of furniture in the household for families. She agreed and told me that at the end of each day she would sit with her family and all have their tea together. I think we need to create that routine at home again, instead of people going off on their own with a screen and a tray of food. Everyone should have a screen ban when they sit around the table every evening. I used to have a family supper where everybody talked about their day. Even if nothing much happened, it doesn’t matter. Nicola says her fear is that kids will forget how to express their feelings. And she is absolutely right. She is very, very clued in.”

Oooh.. Nikki, you are treadin on VERY thin ice sweetheart. This loving, caring side really is an utter piss take..  WHAT ABOUT THE DOCHERTY KIDS? They haven’t had tea wi their ma & da for EIGHT FUKIN MONTHS!

Ah, but i forgot, they don’t count do they? They are only Scots kids. Had they been Australian, you woulda BENT OVER BACKWARDS tae help them no?!

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Dame Esther Rantzen has urged more people to volunteer for Childline as the service she founded marks its 30th anniversary.

She made the call as she visited the charity’s Glasgow base, which has handled 640,799 counselling sessions since it opened in 1990.

Dame Esther said that children today need the service as much as they did when she founded it in 1986.

While abuse, bullying and neglect are still among the most common problems, issues such as cyber-bullying have also emerged in recent years.

She said: “I’ve always believed that children need a service that they can contact when they need to. I think children will always need a service like this. Although some things have improved, I think we’re more aware of things like sexual abuse and children find it a bit easier to talk about now and ask for help now, but when it’s in the family it’s still very difficult. Some new dangers have arrived, like sexting, cyber-bulling, and problems that I don’t remember children bringing to us in 1986 like self-harm and eating disorders which have become almost an epidemic, and the really worrying thing is the number of suicidal young people has doubled in the last five years.” 

She believes social media may be contributing to the pressures young people feel, saying:

“I think the illusion of having 1,000 friends doesn’t make up for the fact that there’s nobody you can talk toPlease, can we in the adult world make time and space for the children around us because British children seem less happy than children elsewhere in the world and it’s up to us to make sure that they are feeling confident and loved and secure.”

Dame Esther’s visit to Glasgow was part of a UK-wide tour of Childline centres to mark the free helpline’s 30th birthday while on Wednesday she visited the Scottish Parliament and met First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and other MSPs. READ IN FULL

We need a ‘report a celebrity’ line, says ChildLine founder Esther Rantzen  

Dame Esther Rantzen has demanded the BBC and other broadcasters create dedicated phone lines so that staff can report celebrities they suspect of sexual abuse. The ChildLine founder spoke out after a leaked report into the Jimmy Savile scandal revealed he abused children on BBC property for decades because of a culture of ‘deference’ to celebrities. The former That’s Life star said abuse was still a problem in the industry and added:

‘It is blindingly obvious you need to create and publicise a helpline which junior employees feel they can trust when reporting bullying and sexual misconduct anonymously. Staff have to be given explicit permission to whistleblow and the criticism is that the BBC is still an organisation where it is difficult to tell the boss something that might cost them their job. I’m sure it will happen because Tony Hall is a director-general who deeply cares about the welfare of his staff, but the BBC is not alone in having to deal with this.’ READ IN FULL

Man convicted of sex assault on girl, 5, in swimming pool: Guest at holiday home of child abuse campaigner claimed ideas were put into his victim’s mind  18 July 1994

GRANDFATHER who repeatedly molested a five-year-old girl in a swimming pool at Esther Rantzen’s country home was convicted of indecent assault yesterday. Robert Gillings, 63, who was granted bail pending sentencing, was a guest at the television personality’s holiday home in the New Forest, Hampshire, when he assaulted the girl as she played in the pool, Guildford Crown Court was told. Ms Rantzen was not at the house at the time.

The victim told the jury that the defendant had also assaulted her before the trip to the New Forest. ‘He had said if I told mummy he would kill her,’ she said.

Gillings denied the allegations and claimed that Ms Rantzen’s television work on behalf of abused children must have put ideas into the girl’s head. He said of the swimming pool incident: ‘We were playing tag at the time, swimming backwards and forwards. My fingers caught hold of her bikini just at the bottom or the side somewhere. It was just a bit of fun – it was such an insignificant thing.’

However, the jury of seven women and five men returned a majority verdict after six hours, convicting the defendant of two charges of indecent assault, one of which took place at Ms Rantzen’s house. But they cleared him of two other charges of indecent assault, one in which the girl claimed he had molested her in Ms Rantzen’s changing room.

She said:My daughter suggested we should get an exorcist. It is a happy place for us, or has been. I feel that this place which my family and I have loved – and these children have loved – has indeed been blighted.’

The court was told that the victim’s mother used to work for Ms Rantzen and had been invited to use the country house for a break last summer. The family, who were good friends of Gillings and his wife, invited the retired couple down for the day. The assault took place as a barbeque was being prepared. READ IN FULL




Esther: My shock over my MP lover’s links to Elm House paedophile ring July 19th 2014

  • Esther Rantzen had affair with politician Sir Nicholas Fairbairn in the 1960s
  • Suggestions he may have visited guest house where children were allegedly assaulted by high-profile visitors
  • Ms Rantzen speaks of her revulsion over his links to child abuse scandal
  • She distances herself from the late Conservative MP who died at 61 in 1995

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Esther Rantzen has spoken of her revulsion after learning that a former lover has been linked to the child abuse scandal threatening to engulf Westminster.

The broadcaster and Childline founder had an affair with politician Sir Nicholas Fairbairn after they met at a BBC studio in 1966.

But Ms Rantzen has now distanced herself from the late Conservative MP and Solicitor General for Scotland – who died in 1995, aged 61.

The former That’s Life presenter was 26 when she embarked on an affair with the married MP after he appeared as a guest on a BBC show where she was a researcher.

She said: ‘When I knew Nicky he was courteous, charming and very fond of women. He was a high-profile lawyer, who lived in a castle and had a very flamboyant private life. He took me to lunch at the Ritz. He gave me a long-stemmed red rose and ordered Beluga caviar and Krug champagne. If ever there was an aphrodisiac meal that was it. Nicky took to me to some Lord’s house where he was staying and the rest was inevitable.’ READ IN FULL

  1. Call for inquiry into Scots historical sex abuse – The Scotsman  Aug 17th 2014
  2. Revealed: The Full horrifying truth about Sir Nicholas Fairbairn
  3. SIR Nik Fairbairn & Robert Henderson QC



BBC’s £10m whitewash of Savile scandal: Report ‘clears’ TV chiefs



The Hypocrisy Of Esther Rantzen  via  Iris Elbow


  1. Why the bloody hell hasn’t Esther Rantzen been arrested yet  27th Jan 2016

Jimmy Savile’s penthouse flat in Leeds demolished

19th Oct

Jimmy Savile’s penthouse flat in Leeds demolished


The luxury £300,000 penthouse flat owned by evil Jimmy Savile in which he abused at least one of his victims is set to be demolished.

Workmen were today preparing to remove the rooftop flat from a six-storey building at Rounday Park, Leeds, where the notorious paedophile died in 2011.

Some gutting of the property – which was bought by Savile at the height of his fame in the 1970s – was carried out in 2014.

But it was not until April this year that a firm called Ennerdale Apartments won planning permission for the redevelopment of the rooftop flat at the six-storey Lakeview Court building.

The flat is perhaps best known for hosting the weekly meetings of Leeds-born Savile’s inner circle, dubbed The Friday Morning Club.

Once regarded as a luxury residence with some of the finest views in Leeds, its furnishings had grown tatty and outdated by the time of the star’s death.

It is thought that at least one of his victims was abused there in his 30 years of residence.

A document submitted as part of the successful planning application to Leeds City Council said the work would see the demolition of the penthouse and “construction of a new [lightweight] steel framed structure”.

Permission was also granted by the council for changes to other sections of Lakeview Court, including the installation of new external insulation and the demolition of six single storey garages.

A council report on the application said that, although “the rooftop flat will be enlarged as a result of this proposal”, there would be minimal impact on “visual amenity in general”.

Savile’s flat was sold to a company called CXI 92 Ltd, owned by the couple who lived in the suite next door, for £250,000 in February 2013.

Land Registry documents show the property changed hands again in early 2014, this time for £300,000.

The flat is perhaps best known for hosting the weekly meetings of Leeds-born Savile’s inner circle, dubbed The Friday Morning Club.

Once regarded as a luxury residence with some of the finest views in Leeds, its furnishings had grown tatty and outdated by the time of the star’s death.

It is thought that at least one of his victims was abused there in his 30 years of residence.

Savile was exposed as a paedophile in 2012 and the following year a joint Scotland Yard and NSPCC report branded him one of the UK’s most prolific known sexual predators

Jimmy Savile’s luxury penthouse demolished

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In pictures: Penthouse owned by paedophile Jimmy Savile

Jimmy Savile’s penthouse flat set to be demolished

Louis Theroux & Jimmy Savile

Louis Theroux: Savile review – from awkward to seriously uncomfortable … and extraordinary The Guardian

Jimmy Savile gropes teenager in newly emerged Louis Theroux footage

New footage has emerged that appears to show Jimmy Savile sexually assaulting a teenage girl

 The video of Savile rubbing himself against the young girl and touching her bottom was shot in a restaurant in Leeds in 2001, where the incident happened in the presence of the girl’s mother, who Savile knew personally, and documentary filmmaker Louis Theroux.

It will be screened for the first time on Sunday night as part of a new BBC documentary, Louis Theroux: Savile. Mr Theroux first interviewed Savile in 2000 for his BAFTA award-winning series When Louis Met…{see below}

The acclaimed filmmaker said he recently found the clip of Savile, who is wearing a vest top, with his grey hair in a ponytail, while reviewing his video archive for footage to use in his new documentary.

Theroux challenged Savile on a number of subjects in his original documentary, including asking the television personality about rumours of paedophilia in one particularly tense interview.

But Theroux admitted that by the time the documentary was completed “a part of me had come to see him as something of a friend”.

The filmmaker continued to meet Savile and to record further footage. The incident in the restaurant is believed to have been filmed the summer after the original programme aired.

Theroux and Savile are seen laughing and joking as they leave the Flying Pizza restaurant after the sexual assault.

In his new documentary, Theroux said he felt guilty for not doing more to bring the sex offender to justice while he was still alive.

“At the time, I’d done my best to be tough with him,” he said “I knew he was weird and, with all his mannerisms, rather irritating – I had no interest in making a soft piece about Jimmy the Charity Fundraiser. The dark rumours – of sexual deviance, of being unemotional, of having a morbid interest in corpses – were one of the reasons I’d taken him on as a subject. I wanted to get the goods on Savile. The trouble was, I had no clear sense of what those goods were.”

In 2001, Theroux reported Savile to BBC bosses over allegations he had slept with a 15-year-old girl, but a senior producer decided not to pass the information on to police.

After Savile’s death in 2011, aged 84, it emerged the presenter and long-time charity campaigner had sexually abused hundreds of women and children over six decades.

He molesting victims as young as five at NHS hospitals and assaulted as many as 72 people while working at the BBC.

When Theroux challenged Savile about rumours of paedophilia over a decade ago,

Savile said: “We live in a very funny world. And it’s easier for me, as a single man, to say ‘I don’t like children’, because that puts a lot of salacious tabloid people off the hunt.”

Theroux asked: “Is that basically so the tabloids don’t pursue this whole is he or isn’t he a paedophile line?”

“Oh, aye,” Savile said. “How do they know whether I am not? How does anybody know whether I am? Nobody knows whether I am or not. I know I’m not… That’s my policy and it’s worked a dream.”

In the new documentary Theroux explained: “I wanted to make sense of my own failure to see him for what he was, to see what clues there were in hindsight.”

Theroux said he felt particularly bad about two women who contacted him soon after the original documentary was aired to tell him about their earlier relationships with Savile. One of them said she had been 15 at the time.

More than a decade later, the two women were among the hundreds who came forward to describe the abuse they had suffered.

“It was upsetting to realise I’d actually met two of the victims while Jimmy Savile was still alive,” Theroux said. “I wondered if I’d handled the encounter differently they might have said more – or if they simply hadn’t been ready.”

One woman, Sam Brown, who was repeatedly raped by Savile while attending church aged around 11, told Theroux: “He mugged you off by giving you what he wanted to give you”

In response, the filmmaker confessed: “I feel a bit ashamed now – knowing what we know. I knew he had a secret, I just didn’t know what it was. I accept that I was one of many people who failed to see what he was about.”

Louis Theroux: Savile will be shown on BBC2 at 9pm on Sunday. SOURCE


Louis Theroux: Savile – how the broadcaster duped the documentary maker: review Daily Telegraph · 10.22pm   Jimmy Savile used to fantasise about the perfect crime. For it to be truly perfect nobody must ever know. But where would be the kudos in that? It was Savile’s lust for kudos

Louis Theroux: Savile review – from awkward to seriously uncomfortable … and extraordinary  The Guardian ·10.20pm  Theroux sets out to explain how he, and everyone else, failed to uncover Savile’s rape and child abuse in a brave, bold and honest film Louis Theroux is cycling in circles in

Louis Sebastian Theroux (born 20 May 1970) is a British-American documentary filmmaker, and broadcaster  Early life

Louis Theroux admits he’s “ashamed” he didn’t unmask Jimmy Savile as a pervert Mirror  01.10.16 Speaking to some of the victims who were abused by Savile, Theroux is keen to hear what they thought of his 2001 documentary.


Louis talks to Savile about paedophilia



#BBC #Gill #McAlpine & #Paedophilia 

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Arthur Eric Rowton Gill (22 February 1882 – 17 November 1940) was an English sculptortypeface designer, stonecutter and printmaker, who was associated with the Arts and Crafts movement. He is a controversial figure, with his well-known religious views and subject matter generally viewed as being at odds with his sexual behaviour, including his erotic art.

Gill was named Royal Designer for Industry, the highest British award for designers, by the Royal Society of Arts. He also became a founder-member of the newly established Faculty of Royal Designers for Industry. In 1932, Gill produced a group of sculptures, Prospero and Ariel, [10] and others for the BBC‘s Broadcasting House in London. In 1934, Gill visited Jerusalem where he worked at the Palestine Archaeological Museum (now the Rockefeller Museum).[11] He carved a stone bas-relief of the meeting of Asia and Africa above the front entrance together with ten stone reliefs illustrating different cultures and a gargoyle fountain in the inner courtyard. He also carved stone signage throughout the museum in English, Hebrew, and Arabic.

In 1913, Gill moved to Hopkin’s Crank at Ditchling Common, two miles north of the village.[3] The Common was an arts and crafts community focused around a chapel, with an emphasis on manual labour in opposition to modern commerce. He became a Roman Catholic in 1913 and worked primarily for Catholic clients in the largely Anglican country, started a lay religious order with his wife and others called the Guild of St. Joseph and St. Dominic, and began wearing a girdle of chastity under a habit. His personal diaries describe his sexual activity in great detail, including extramarital affairs, incest with his two eldest teenage daughters, incestuous relationships with his sisters, and sexual acts on his dog.[41] This aspect of Gill’s life was little known until publication of the 1989 biography by Fiona MacCarthy. The 1966 biography by Robert Speaight mentioned none of it. Gill’s daughter Petra, who was alive at the time of the MacCarthy biography, described her father as having “endless curiosity about sex” and that “we just took it for granted”.[42][43] Despite the acclaim and shock the book received, MacCarthy received some criticism for revealing Gill’s incest in his daughter’s lifetime.[44][45]

Gill’s “craftmanship” at the BBC

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Fiona MacCarthyOBE (born 23 January 1940) is a British biographer and cultural historian best known for her studies of 19th and 20th century art and design.

Fiona MacCarthy was born into an upper class background, from which she spent much of her life escaping. Her father, an army officer, was killed in the Second World War when she was a child of three. She was brought up in London. Her grandmother, the Baroness de Belabre, was a daughter of Sir Robert McAlpine who built and owned the Dorchester Hotel and much of her childhood was spent in the hotel. The concrete construction of the Dorchester was said to make it bomb-proof and her whole family, as well as leading politicians, socialites and military commanders, took refuge in the Dorchester during the Blitz.
Written in Stone The Guardian 22/07/06

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Sir Robert McAlpine, 1st Baronet (13 February 1847 – 3 November 1934),[1] nicknamed “Concrete Bob”, founded the British construction firm now known as Sir Robert McAlpineMcAlpine was born in Newarthill, North Lanarkshire, Scotland

He was made a baronet in 1918.[5][6] He was first of the McAlpine baronets

Image result for Robert Alistair McAlpine,Robert Alistair McAlpine, Baron McAlpine of West Green[1](14 May 1942 – 17 January 2014) was a British businessman, politician and author who was an advisor to Prime Minister  Margaret Thatcher.[2] McAlpine was descended from the McAlpine baronets who made their fortune in the construction industry. McAlpine held a variety of jobs before becoming prominent in British politics in the 1980s as the treasurer and a major fundraiser of the Conservative Party. A close ally of Thatcher, McAlpine did not support her successor as Prime Minister John Major, and later joined James Goldsmith‘s Referendum Party. McAlpine later rejoined the Conservatives but resigned his seat in the House of Lords to avoid having to pay more taxMcAlpine was born at the Dorchester Hotel in London.[3] His great grandfather was “Concrete Bob”, Robert McAlpine,[2] the first of the McAlpine baronets and the founder of the McAlpine construction firm. He was the second son of Ella Mary Gardner (Garnett) and Edwin McAlpine, the fifth Baronet, and the brother of William McAlpine, the sixth and current Baronet. He described his childhood as “idyllic” but not luxurious.[4] He went to boarding school at the age of six.[4] He suffered from dyslexia and left Stowe School at 16 with three O-levels.[4][5][6] He then worked on a McAlpine building site on the South Bank, keeping time and dealing with wage packets.[4][7] 

Scallywag Magazine article on Lord McAlpine and Derek Laud


So, to cut a long story short, Fiona McCarthy, the woman who wrote of Gill’s incestual paedophilia & bestiality was the great granddaughter of Sir Robert McAlpine (aka Concrete Bob) who built the Dorchester. 

Concrete Bob was Robert Edwin McAlpine’s Grandfather

So Concrete Bob was the Great Grandfather of allegedly falsely accused paedo Alistair McAlpine.

So Alistair McAlpine & Fiona McCarthy were cousins?!

McCarthy’s book doesn’t appear to be so much of a tell all biography now, some people might think it was more like a gatekeeping exercise!





SOURCE https://spidercatweb.blog/2016/07/26/bbc-gill-mcalpine-paedophilia/


#EastEnders rocked by sexual harassment allegations as crew member axed

EastEnders rocked by sexual harassment allegations as crew member axed

11.50pm 09/07/16

EastEnders has axed one of its production team after an allegation of inappropriate behaviour on set .

The freelance worker was dropped after the alleged sexual harassment incident prompted complaints from a colleague.

But the respected and ­experienced crew member denied any wrongdoing – and said EastEnders had not told him of any problems with his behaviour.

The man has previously been engaged on a wide range of Britain’s top-name soaps, working on the production of countless scenes.

A show source revealed the allegation had been made by another crew member on the set, leading to him being dropped by show bosses. The source said: “The details have all been kept very quiet.

“But it’s known among cast and crew that a complaint was made.

“The understanding is that bosses took action after they were made aware of the allegation by another crew member.

“He was employed on a freelance basis rather than as staff.

“It’s very unlikely he’ll be back. The BBC are extremely cautious around any issues like this – and they never ignore complaints when they arise.”

Responding to the allegations, the man fiercely denied any wrongdoing – and insisted he was not aware he had been accused of behaving inappropriately.

He said: “I’m shocked. I can’t believe someone would say that sort of thing about me. I don’t understand it.

“People have said things in the past, but that’s the way the industry seems to have gone.

“I haven’t worked there for a few months but nobody has told me there has been any problem.”

The man has become a well- known figure in the soap world over his career, and posts photos of stars on his social media accounts.

EastEnders officials have refused to comment on the specific allegations – but insisted they take any claims of impropriety seriously.

A spokesman said: “We never comment on individual staff matters.

“But any allegations of inappropriate behaviour would always be taken extremely seriously and would be dealt with swiftly and appropriately.”  Source TheMirror

Not the first time there have been question marks over sexual “incidents” at EastEnders ….



Caroline Aherne: Ex reveals heartbreaking reason she never had children

Tragic actress Caroline Aherne allegedly decided not to have children because she was worried about passing on cancer to them. The Royle Family and Mrs Merton star died of cancer earlier this month, aged just 52.

Her ex-fiancé Brett Whitford has now claimed that she was worried about starting a family. He told The Sun on Sunday:

‘Caroline always felt that she didn’t have long to live and that the cancer she had would come back one day. It coloured the way she lived her life, because there were things she felt she couldn’t do. We talked about having kids, but she said she couldn’t because of the hereditary nature of the cancer and her other health problems.’

Caroline and Brett enjoyed a whirlwind 9-month romance after the comedian moved to Australia in 2001, and they were briefly engaged in 2002. Read in full HERE

The funeral of comedienne Caroline Aherne has taken place in a private ceremony.

Only family and close friends attended the service, understood to have been held at a church within a few miles of her home in Timperley, Greater Manchester.

Caroline, 52, who wrote the hit show The Royle Family and starred in The Fast Show and The Mrs Merton show, died on July 2.

TV producer Jeff Pope said today: “The funeral today of one of our greatest working class heroes. The world is a poorer place for the loss of the incomparable Caroline Aherne.” Source Mirror


Ricky, who played Caroline’s layabout dad in The Royle Family, was left reeling after cancer claimed the comedy star at the age of just 52

Ricky Tomlinson and Caroline Aherne
Ricky Tomlinson is heartbroken at the death of Caroline Aherne

Telly star Ricky Tomlinson choked back tears as he paid a heartbreaking tribute to his beloved pal Caroline Aherne.

Ricky, who played Caroline’s layabout dad in The Royle Family, was left reeling after cancer claimed the comedy star at the age of just 52.

He said: “I’m so bloody shocked. She was absolutely wonderful and amazing to work for. Kind, funny, witty. A true professional and one of the most generous people I ever worked with.”

In an emotional interview Ricky told the Sunday Mirror that Caroline “never once complained”.

Ricky Tomlinson as Jim Royle Caroline Aherne as Denise Royle and Sue Johnston as Barbara RoyleRicky Tomlinson as Jim Royle Caroline Aherne as Denise Royle and Sue Johnston as Barbara Royle

The much-loved star revealed two years ago that she had been diagnosed with lung cancer, having previously had bladder and eye cancer.

But Ricky, 76, said: “She never talked about her health, ever. I can never ever remember her complaining. She must have gone through a lot but I never saw her looking unwell. She never flagged in work and the atmosphere when she was writing and acting was brilliant.”

Telly fans across Britain joined the showbiz world in shedding a collective tear as news of Caroline’s death was announced.

Her publicist Neil Reading said in a statement: “Caroline Aherne has sadly passed away, after a brave battle with cancer. The BAFTA award-winning writer and comedy actor died earlier today at her home in Timperley, Greater Manchester. She was 52.”

A look back at Caroline Aherne’s love life as beloved comedy legend loses cancer battle

Caroline became a national treasure in the 1990s when she played the mischievous, twinkly-eyed, blue-rinse chat show host Mrs Merton.

She also starred in The Fast Show – and more recently narrated Channel 4’s hit series Gogglebox.

Fiercely-private Caroline had to miss a number of episodes as she fought illness.

But Ricky, who is friends with ­Caroline’s older brother Patrick – who also fought cancer – believed her health had been improving.

He said: “Her death is the biggest shock in the world. It’s knocked me for six. Patrick said she was in good spirits last time we spoke. We were planning to meet in a pub in Manchester where I was doing a little talk two weeks ago, but he didn’t show up. Someone said: ‘Everything’s fine. He’s gone back to Spain.’ And I thought that’s good… she must be on the mend because he wouldn’t have gone away if she was ill.”

Ricky also spoke to Caroline’s fellow Royle Family creator Craig Cash just weeks ago Read in full


Top Gear host #ChrisEvans faces sex assault police probe (He ADMITTED being a flasher in 2005!)

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Top Gear host Chris Evans faces police probe over sexual assault  2nd July 2016, (extracts from source)

TOP Gear presenter Chris Evans is to become the most high-profile BBC star to be quizzed by police over historical sex assault allegations.

Met officers will speak to the multi-millionaire BBC star, 50, in the coming days after a complaint from a former work colleague, website Heat Street report.

The cop quiz comes after a woman  who worked with Evans in the 1990s told The Sun on Sunday earlier this year  how the  star flashed at her  almost every day for two years.

She said he exposed himself to people who did not do what he wanted. She added:

“He might have thought what he was doing was amusing, but like a lot of bullies he cloaked it in a joke. Bullies make out that you’re not being fun if you’re not being part of that joke. I have no idea if he was getting some gratification out of this, but he used to get his penis out every time I saw him. He’d either just get it out, or he’d walk into a room naked. Sometimes it was erect, sometimes it wasn’t. I know other people experience the same thing at work but this was quite extreme because of the relentlessness of it, almost every day for two years.”

She claimed her complaints were ignored and the ordeal left her traumatised and on anti- depressants. She insisted she was speaking out to protect others at risk of being harassed by him.

Evans’s stint has also been dogged by complaints about his alleged bullying by ex-colleagues. They included the husband of Top Gear executive Lisa Clark who quit after five months  amid claims Evans was a control freak.

Dan McGrath, who worked on the star’s BBC radio show, took to Facebook to blast his “sh***y” behaviour
Evans has  admitted in the past that he would expose himself to staff, calling it “the funniest thing in the world”.

BBC stars  found guilty of  sex assault claims in the wake of Jimmy Savile include Rolf Harris, Stuart Hall and Chris Denning.SOURCE

Evans: “I flashed in office” source

The Mirror. 7th March 2005

CHRIS Evans has been warned he risked indecent exposure charges after confessing he flashed his penis at staff.

The 38-year-old star admitted he dropped his trousers and exposed himself – sometimes while aroused – claiming everyone found it funny.

Media mogul Evans told the Sunday Times magazine:

“If you get your willy out, it is the funniest thing. Everybody laughs. Girls love it.”

But producer Fiona Cotter-Craig said she found being flashed at by the troubled former DJ “very unpleasant”.

She added: “It was at eye-level and inches from my face.”

And lawyers said Evans has left himself open to harassment lawsuits and a possible three month jail term if he was convicted of indecent exposure. SOURCE


CHRIS Evans, TV whizzkid and media mogul had, he explained in an interview at the weekend, a novel way of entertaining his staff. He was the office flasher.

“What’s all that about?” he’d announce during meetings at his company Ginger Group Media, after dropping his trousers to reveal an erection.


“I haven’t done it for a while,” he says. “But I will do it again.”

“If you get your willy out,” he went on, “it’s the funniest thing in the world.”

“Bet you haven’t seen one of those for a while,”

he told producer Fiona Cotter-Craig, who recalls the experience of seeing his bits as

“very unpleasant, it was at eye-level and inches from my face”.

Shame she didn’t bring the matter of his strange little peccadillo to the police – indecent exposure with intent to insult a female could have seen him banged up for three months.  READ IN FULL


Chris Evans ‘to be quizzed by police over sexual assault allegations  03/07/16

Chris Evans’ Top Gear crisis talks 02/07/16

Chris Evans is accused of ‘grabbing colleague’s breasts and flashing her almost every day for two years’  8 May 2016 
  • Former colleague said he ‘bullied her after she rejected his advances’
  • She claimed he would ‘expose himself or walk into a room naked’
  • But Evans says he is victim of ‘witch hunt’ and denied all allegations
  • He added the claims have had a ‘devastating’ effect on his family 

New Top Gear presenter Chris Evans has been accused of grabbing a colleagues breasts and ‘flashing her almost every day for two years’.

The woman said she worked with Evans in the 1990s and she was ‘bullied’ by him after rejecting his advances, with her complaints falling on deaf ears.

But Evans, 52, has hit out at what he has called a ‘witch hunt’ around him that has had a ‘devastating’ effect on his family.

Speaking out anonymously, the woman said she was ‘sent to Coventry’ after spurning the Radio 2 DJ’s advances and that he ‘told colleagues not to talk to her’.

A former colleague of Chris Evans, pictured, has accused the presenter of ‘groping’ and ‘exposing himself’ for almost two years 

Evans, pictured with wife Natasha and sons Eli, left, and Noah, right, said the ‘ridiculous’ accusations had ‘devastated’ his family 

She told website Heat Street: ‘He often said I was crap at my job and would sometimes grab my breasts. I became totally desensitised to his behaviour.’

She added: ‘I have no idea if he was getting some gratification out of this, but he used to get his penis out every time I saw him. He’d either just get it out, or he’d walk into a room naked.

‘It was pretty much every single day. It was relentless.’

The former colleague said she is speaking out now to prevent others being at risk of his ‘bullying behaviour’. 

She said she sought legal advice over her claims several years ago, particularly around the ‘flashing’, which she said was a tactic to ‘punish those who didn’t do what he wanted’.

It comes after several of the presenter’s former colleagues took to social media last week also accusing him of bullying. Read In Full dailymail

Top Gear’s Chris Evans blasted by colleagues for bullying claims and ‘wiggling’ penis on set 1 May 2016

The Top Gear host’s been accused of being a control freak and having an early morning ritual of getting his penis out at work.

Chris Evans has found himself at the centre of new claims that he is a bully in the workplace, who couldn’t help flashing his penis.

The new Top Gear host, who the BBC defended this week from claims that he is more ‘volatile than Jeremy Clarkson’ , has been the centre of discussion on a Facebook page, according to HeatSt.com and The Sun.

It’s been reported that the husband of a former Top Gear executive, who walked away from the job after five months, blasted Evans.

Producer Lisa Clark left the show amid claims that the 50-year-old was a “control freak”.

Clark’s husband Dan McGrath, who also reportedly worked with Evans on his BBC radio programme, blasted Evans’ alleged behaviour on Facebook.

“It’s so sad nothing has changed over the past 15 years (Leopards & spots) Does he still believe, even at 50 its worth being properly sh***y to people to get the results he wants? Given our recent experience I guess so,”

McGrath reportedly wrote on an open Facebook group last week.

A former colleague, Steven D Wright, replied: “Dan, once a c*** always a c***!”

Evans’ former colleague Nicola Waddell, who also worked with the entertainer between 1992 and 1993, added:

“You’ll know better than most for sure. A bully is someone who’s usually been bullied but that’s 100 per cent and absolutely no excuse.”

Among the discussion, the group claimed that Evans would often expose his penis and even get fully naked while working on Channel 4’s The Big Breakfast in the 1990s. One dubbed it an ‘early morning ritual’,

while Waddell said: “It was as regular as clockwork… with lots of wiggling”.

Evans has previously spoken about getting his penis out in front of his work colleagues, admitting he thought it was.. “the funniest thing in the world”.

While Rowan Somerville said:  “I remember those naked days. An emanation of orange, like autumn come early as if there was a russet coloured burst of light from a not very dangerous firework.”  Read In Full


A COWARD AND A BULLY; The real Chris Evans by ex-radio Pal 09/07/2003

Chris Evans’ former sidekick John Revell brands Top Gear


Chris Evans could face police probe after admitting taking magic mushrooms 26/03/08



OPERATION WHISTLE: 57 Suspects, 16 ‘Well Known’ Including Savile & Heath

 Savile confirmed as suspect in Operation Whistle

Jimmy Savile
Jimmy Savile

Jimmy Savile has been confirmed as a suspect in Operation Whistle, the police investigation into historical child abuse in Jersey.

16 well-known figures have been identified by the investigation, including former British Prime Minister Edward Heath.

71 allegations have been received by Jersey Police, with 57 suspects in total.

33 of those are dead, including 11 prominent public figures, leaving 24 suspect abusers still alive.

Jersey Police say they are confident there will be more prosecutions this year through the operation.

Five public figures investigated over Jersey child abuse

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Haut de la Garenne, a former care homeThe former care home Haut de la Garenne has been a focus of police investigations into historical child abuse in Jersey

Five public figures are being investigated by police as part of an operation into historical child abuse.

Jersey Police said Operation Whistle had identified 16 suspects of public prominence in total, but 11 were dead.

Nine people have been arrested and one person jailed since the investigation began in June last year.

More victims of abuse have come forward in the wake of the Jimmy Savile scandal and the Independent Jersey Care Inquiry, police said.

Operation Whistle has partly focused on abuse involving Persons of Public Prominence (PPPs), which police define as “well-known people in the public eye”.

Det Supt Stewart Gull said “an additional 26 victims” had come forward since the police operation was launched, and that this “reinforces our belief that victims continue to demonstrate trust and confidence in the criminal justice system”.

So far the investigation has looked at 71 allegations of abuse, more than a third of which have been made since it went live.

There are 31 ongoing investigations, and law officers are considering three cases for prosecution.

Haut de la Garenne, a former care homeThe former care home Haut de la Garenne has been a focus of police investigations into historical child abuse in Jersey

Operation Whistle

  • Police began the investigation in June 2015, following an increase in the number of people reporting historical abuse after the Jimmy Savile scandal and the start of the Independent Jersey Care Inquiry

  • The investigation is following the terms of reference of Operation Hydrant, which was set up by the UK National Police Chiefs’ Council to investigate historical child sex abuse in the UK, including allegations against politicians and celebrities

  • Operation Whistle is focusing on abuse in institutions, and abuse involving Persons of Public Prominence (PPPs)

  • One person was jailed in February, and law officers are deciding whether to prosecute in three cases

We need a ‘report a celebrity’ line, says ChildLine founder Esther Rantzen


We need a ‘report a celebrity’ line, says ChildLine founder Esther Rantzen after leaked memo reveals Jimmy Savile abused children on BBC property for decades  

  • Dame Esther has demanded broadcasters create dedicated phone lines  
  • The former That’s Life star said abuse was still a problem in the industry
  • Wants phone lines so staff can report celebrities they suspect of abuse
  • Report into Savile scandal revealed a culture of ‘deference’ to celebrities
Dame Esther Rantzen has demanded the BBC and other broadcasters create dedicated phone lines

Dame Esther Rantzen has demanded the BBC and other broadcasters create dedicated phone lines so that staff can report celebrities they suspect of sexual abuse.

The ChildLine founder spoke out after a leaked report into the Jimmy Savile scandal revealed he abused children on BBC property for decades because of a culture of ‘deference’ to celebrities.

The former That’s Life star said abuse was still a problem in the industry and added:

‘It is blindingly obvious you need to create and publicise a helpline which junior employees feel they can trust when reporting bullying and sexual misconduct anonymously. Staff have to be given explicit permission to whistleblow and the criticism is that the BBC is still an organisation where it is difficult to tell the boss something that might cost them their job. I’m sure it will happen because Tony Hall is a director-general who deeply cares about the welfare of his staff, but the BBC is not alone in having to deal with this.’

Dame Esther revealed that a friend at another TV company had been abused by a celebrity but did not speak out.

‘She was being sexually harassed by one of the stars but didn’t feel she could ask for help or complain,’ she said.

A BBC spokesman said it had a comprehensive whistleblowing policy, including an independent hotline.

‘The policy was subject to an independent review last year and found to be highly ranked when compared to other public-sector organisations,’ he said.

The ChildLine founder spoke out after a leaked report into the Jimmy Savile scandal revealed he abused children on BBC property for decades because of a culture of ‘deference’ to celebrities







APOLOGIES IN ADVANCE, Please excuse my language…





Wednesday, 20 January 2016



Jimmy Savile and Elvis – ‘both linked to the security services.’ Day Elvis begged Nixon to let him be a secret agent.

It has been alleged that the security services control top BBC staff by using:

1. Child abuse rings
2. Narcotics
3. Mind control.

It has been alleged that Sir Jimmy Savile worked for the security services.

‘Savile was protected by the police.’

A report, by retired judge Dame Janet Smith, leaked by Exaro, states that:

1. Jimmy Savile raped children at every BBC studio he worked in, throughout the UK.

2. BBC bosses turned a blind eye to this behaviour.

3. BBC managers and stars are “above the law”.

4. There is evidence a child abuse ring operated at the BBC.

5. Whistleblowers are still scared to come forward.


Dame Janet Smith’s report is a cover-up.Dame Janet says that the BBC’s top Jews Lord Michael Grade and Alan Yentob did not know about Savile’s child abuse activities.

£10m Jimmy Savile review into BBC is a whitewash that will fail his victims.

Lew Grade (Michael Grade’s uncle) has been linked to the Kray Twins.


1. Sir Jimmy Savile is known to have had dinner with Admiral Sir Michael Boyce, Chief of the UK Defence Staff at the time of 9 11. (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/)

Admiral Sir Michael Boyce and General Tommy Franks

2. Savile visited Israel in 1975 to advise Israel’s President Ephraim Katzir on a matter of security. Savile addressed the cabinet of Menachem Begin. Savile was also a friend of President Sadat’s wife.


Begin, Sadat, Katzir

3. Savile spent 11 consecutive Christmases at the home of Margaret Thatcher.

Margaret Thatcher with Skye McAlpine (centre) daughter of Lord McAlpine. THATCHER’S PEOPLE

4. Savile was invited to dinner with Tony Blair.


Savile and Blair.
5. Savile was a friend of Haroon Kasir, who organised a brothel which supplied young boys to top people including, reportedly, a top cabinet minister. (Detectives told of Jimmy Savile’s link to Elm Guest House)

Haroon Kasir.
Sir Jimmy Savile has been linked to a number of murders.

Lindsay (right) and her brother.

There is a suspicion that Sir Jimmy Savile murdered 13-year-old Lindsay Jo Rimer.

Lindsay Jo Rimer disappeared in 1994 and her dead body was found in a canal in 1995.

Lindsay Jo Rimer lived in Hebden Bridge, in West Yorkshire, in the UK.

Lindsay lived on Lower Rough Head Farm but then moved to Hebden Bridge.

Savile used to take holidays at Cragg Vale near to Lindsay’s home.

A local vicar, Reverend Graham Kent, wants the police to investigate Savile’s links to the case.

www.dailymail.co.uk 20 October 2013

Above, we see ‘Satanist’ Sir Jimmy Savile visiting St John’s church, Cragg Vale.

Above we see the Cub camp at Craggs Vale in June 1994.

Bible John.

Some people have speculated that Savile was Bible John, who murdered three young women after meeting them at the Barrowland Ballroom in Glasgow, between 1968 and 1969.

Savile (www.davidicke.com )

‘Yorkshire Ripper’, Peter Sutcliffe (left) with Savile
Some people believe that Jimmy Savile was the real Yorkshire Ripper.

Jimmy Savile and Yorkshire Ripper: Cast of DJ’s teeth.

Savile with his friend Mick Starkey, a West Yorkshire police inspector
It is believed that Savile worked for the security services and was protected by the security services.

Lindsay disappeared while walking to a Spar store in Hebden Bridge at 10pm.
Lindsay was last seen alive in Hebden Bridge in West Yorkshire on 7 November 1994, and her body was found in a canal about a mile away on 12 April 1995.
Lindsay lived with her parents, two sisters and her brother in the family home on Cambridge Street in Hebden Bridge.

Savile used to stay in a caravan at the Hinchliffe Arms in Cragg Vale

Savile was never interviewed by police, despite being a regular visitor to the area, and despite having ‘a police record’.Read more: http://www.dailymail.

A visitor to Hebden Bridge 2012.
Reportedly, Sir Jimmy Savile was a Satanist, with friends in high places.
Guy Marsden.
Sir Jimmy Savile’s nephew, Guy Marsden, was taken by Savile to child abuse parties.

“He said children as young as ten would disappear into bedrooms with men…”.

“Guy Marsden was just 13 when ‘Uncle Jimmy’ took him to a wealthy celebrity’s house in London in 1967 for the first of many sordid social gatherings.
Photo – Haut de la Garenne, visited by Savile (First pictures inside ‘Colditz’ care home as police find secret)

“Over the next 18 months, Guy and his friends went to numerous ‘parties’ where he believes men sexually abused girls and boys as young as ten.”

 Savile was at many of these parties, he said.


“Guy said Savile sometimes arrived with a man dressed as a priest and he believed the young victims may have come from an orphanage or children’s home.”

At 13, Guy and three friends hitch-hiked to London.

The Dutroux gang supplied girls to the elite, to be tortured and murdered.On the first trip in 1967, the group of boys went to Euston Station “and were quickly invited to a grubby flat.”‘About four days later’, Jimmy Savile turned up at the flat.”Savile turned up by coincidence at the address because he mixed with ‘fellow child molesters’, said Guy.”

Howard Silverman was one of Sir Jimmy Savile’s closest pals. Website for this image
“The group of runaways ended up in a fabulous house – believed to belong to a famous pop impresario – with a big indoor swimming pool.”
The celebrity home had lots of children.

“‘At first we automatically assumed the children lived there, but we soon realised they didn’t. They would be brought there, sometimes by Uncle Jimmy, and would stay for six or seven hours until 3 or 4am. They were just little kids, boys and girls.”

Read more: http://www.dailymail.

Claire McAlpine

Claire McAlpine was 15 when she died.

She left behind a diary naming many famous people who had abused her.
Jimmy Savile was interviewed by a newspaper about the death of Claire McAlpine.

Regina Louf mentioned a number of girls that she had witnessed being murdered. (The Belgian X-Files) (Belgium’s X-Files – An Olenka Frenkiel Investigation – BBC)

Claire McAlpine had been a regular on Savile’s TV programme,Top Of The Pops.

Claire’s diary was given to the notorious London police.

No action was taken against the people named in the diary.

“Sir Jimmy Savile was known to generations of people in the United Kingdom as a disc jockey and ceaseless charity fundraiser…
“A devout Catholic and papal knight, he would frequently attend weekday Mass at St. Anne’s Cathedral in Leeds, where his requiem took place yesterday.
“‘Today, Jimmy lies at the front of this cathedral where in former years he had remained discreetly hidden at the back in order not to disturb people’s prayers or distract their attention from what was taking place at the altar,’ said Bishop Arthur Roche of Leeds before a congregation of over 700 mourners.
The Lord Fox was an illegal drinking den with a room where punters could be strung up from a metal frame chained to a wall.
Terry Dwyer, who ran the den, “happily boasted about his time in London supplying rent boys to Harvey Proctor.”
Read more: hulldailymail.
Harvey Proctor is a former pupil of Scarborough High School for Boys.
The former UK Conservative Member of Parliament Harvey Proctor (above) has named some of the top people being investigated by the police in connection with the torture and murder of young boys.
The people named by Proctor are:
Edward Heath (left) and his mentor Madron Seligman, a close associate of the Rothschilds.
1. Sir Edward Heath, former Prime Minister.
Heath has been accused of raping a 12-year-old boy in a London flat in 1961.
Edward Heath’s chief mentor was Madron Seligman, a close associate of the Rothschilds.
2. Sir Michael Hanley, the former head of MI5.
Hanley was reportedly picked by Lord Victor Rothschild to be the head of MI5.
3. Lord Leon Brittan, formerly the government minister responsible for the police and MI5.
He has been accused of attending child abuse orgies at London’s Dolphin Square apartment complex and at the Elm Guest House boy brothel, both of which have been linked to MI5 and MI6.
Leon Brittan is of Lithuanian Jewish descent.

Leon Brittan named as child rapist . / SAVILE, BRITTAN, HEATH, JACONELLI

Sir Maurice Oldfield (left) and his deputy Sir Peter Hayman, both alleged to be child abusers.

4. Sir Maurice Oldfield, the former head of the security service MI6.

Sir Maurice Oldfield and Edward Heath are said to have been visitors to the Kincora children’s home, reportedly used by MI5 and MI6 as a boy brothel.

General Bramall 1973.

5. Lord Bramall, the former head of the UK military.Field Marshall Lord Bramall was interviewed by police in April 2015 over sex abuse allegations.FIELD MARSHALL BRAMALL; VISHAL MEHROTRA….6. General Sir Hugh Beach.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.

Thatcher in Mortlake.

A child sex abuse victim has identified a second house in the London borough of Richmond where children, in care in the borough, were taken en route to the child brothel at Elm Guest House.

“The property in Avondale Road, Mortlake, has since changed hands but appears to be some sort of holding house for children in care who were taken out for the day.”

davidhencke.wordpress.com – February 5, 2014

Rocks Lane Barnes.Elm Guest House was the government-linked boy brothel on Rocks Lane, near Barnes Common, in London in SW13.It is believed that Elm Guest House was being used by the security services as a way of blackmailing and controlling top politicians.

David Hencke describes events from the 1970s onwards and begins with Harvie Proctor.

Harvey Proctor, former Member of the UK parliament.

Harvey Proctor ran a shop in Richmond at 11 Brewer’s Lane.

Harvey proctor, the Conservative party member of parliament for Billericay, stood trial for sex offences of a sado-masochistic nature against teenage boys, and was forced to resign.

Reportedly, Harvey Proctor visited Elm Guest House.

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11 Brewer’s Lane TW9.Harvey Proctor’s shop is owned by Cottonrose Ltd.
Avondale Road Mortlake SW14 –  some sort of holding house for childrenThe child victim described visiting a ‘Holding House’ in Avondale Road, in Mortlake, before being driven on to Elm Guest House.

The owner of Elm Guest House, Haroon Kasir, said that Sir Jimmy Savile often came to visit him and take ‘tea’.

 “Savile’s brother Johnny was in the local paper ‘helping’ at the Mortlake Fair in 1982.”

Holland’s former Justice minister Joris Demmink may have been part of the elite group that visited Elm Guest house, according to rumours.

‘Dutch journalism also rumors of Joris’ escapades in Thailand and in a London hotel (Elmguethouse).’

Elm Guest House | ukgovernmentwatch

Martin Allen went missing in London’s Kings Cross in 1979.Kings Cross in London was a place frequently visited by Jimmy SavileMartin Allen went missing in London’s Kings Cross in 1979.
He was later seen with a man at Earls Court Underground station pinned to a wall. He was also seen at Gloucester Road and Baron’s Court stations.Elm Guest House | ukgovernmentwatch

Jimmy Savile in 1979.The kidnapper of Martin Allen was blond.http://ukpaedos-exposed.com/martin-allen-london-1979/

In 1981, Vishal Mehrotra (above) went missing near his home in Putney in London, not far from Elm guest House.

On 10 August 1982, the Daily Express reported that the police investigation was linking Martin Allen and Vishal Mehrotra to Elm Guest House.

On 16 August 1982, Michael Havers, the Attorney General at the time, intervened to stop further reporting.

Elm Guest House | ukgovernmentwatch

In 1990, at the age of 47, Carole Kasir, the owner of Elm Guest House, was found dead in her flat.


On 16 December 2012, The Independent reported that “Chris Fay, a social worker who worked for a small charity, the National Association for Young People in Care (Naypic), has alleged that a terrified Kasir had shown him about 20 photographs of middle-aged men with young boys, taken at what he said were kings and queens fancy-dress parties, attended by a number of powerful and well-known people.

“One, Mr Fay alleged, featured a well-known public figure wearing nothing but a French maid’s apron alongside a young boy nude apart from a tiara.”


There has been speculation that former UK prime minister Edward Heath visited Elm Guest House.

Savile, who is believed to have worked for the security services.

Elm Guest House was part of a world-wide network.


Leon Brittan’s name has been linked to some of the above events.

In 1989, “Labour MP, Bernard Cohen, directly named Leon Brittan in the House of Commons, and was told to be silent by the speaker of the house, for daring to ‘smear’ Brittan.”

Princess Diana knew about Elm Guest House.

Another victim of the Elm guest house scandal believes Princess Diana saved his life, the Sunday People has revealed.

The man, now in his forties, met the princess when he was sleeping rough outside a London church.

He claims he was subjected to horrific abuse at the Elm from the age of 10 while he was in care at Grafton Close children’s home.

Diana gave him food and helped him find a temporary home as he battled to rebuild his life in his twenties after escaping care.

He left a tribute to Diana at Kensington Palace when she died in the Paris car crash of 1997.

The man said: “I have rebuilt my life and I owe it all to Diana.“

“She kept in touch with me even after she’d helped my back on my feet. I have lost a real friend.”


  bobchewie commented:

the Harvey Proctor Tie shop was called Cottonrose Ltd based in Richmond, Surrey at Brewers Lane from a £2000 grant and other investors but in approx £5000 to £100.000 in a losing making business.

Tristan Garel-Jones MP, the former Tory deputy chief whip.
David Evans (Welwyn Hatfield).
Richard Shepherd (Aldridge-Brownhills).
Sir Nicholas Bonsor (Upminster).
Mark Lennox-Boyd, a former junior Foreign Office minister.
David Heathcote-Amory.
Mr Michael Heseltine.
Lord Jeffrey Archer
Neil Hamilton.
Christine Hamilton had shares in the company
Sir Neil Thorne.
William Benyon.
Sir Charles Morrisson.
Tim Yeo,

Elm Guest House | ukgovernmentwatch


The Sir Jimmy Savile affair has links to NATO’s Gladio terrorists.

Sir Jimmy Savile was a frequent visitor to the Satanic, child abuse island of Jersey.

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  2. ‘undiscovered’ is a long way away from being totally authorised

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