3 weeks of VIPaedophile IICSA hearings, Mar 2019. Investigative Journalist Mark Watts





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Published on Mar 30, 2019

Investigative Journalist Mark Watts on final day of three week Westminster hearings of IICSA

Interview with Mark Watts, Investigative Journalist, on the final day of
the three week 'Westminster hearings' of IICSA Independent Inquiry into
Child Sexual Abuse, led by Alexis Jay.
Evidence of child sexual abuse by UK VIPs...
– Tory MP, Victor Montagu
– Sir Peter Hayman, Deputy Director MI6, High Commissioner for Canada
– Cyril Smith MP: Lord Steel knew, suspended from LibDems
– Harvey Proctor MP, Tory – now a core participant in Inquiry despite
being convicted of under age sex with teenage boys
– Prince Charles friendship with paedophile Bishop of Gloucester Peter
Ball prosecuted for child sex abuse
– Peter Morrison MP, Private Secretary to Margaret Thatcher – she
ignored claims of child abuse
– Whips using dirt on MPs to control/blackmail them – documentary
where Tim Fortesque, whip under Ted Heath, admits to this
– ‘Conspiracy of Silence’ documentary by Tim Tate – never shown
– sex abuse victims procured at Kincora boys home in Northern Ireland

Mark Watts – on Twitter - @markwatts_1
Kevin Cahill, Martin Summers, Tony Gosling
93.2 BCfm Politics show - thisweek.org.uk - Friday 29th March 2019

Government secretly funded paedophile network,inquiry told
Home Office sent £30,000 in grants to the Paedophile Information Exchange, Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse hears
The Government secretly funded a paedophile network, an official inquiry into child sex abuse has heard.

The Home Office channelled £30,000 in grant money to a controversial organisation campaigning to legalise paedophilia - and lower the age of consent to four years old - during the late 1970s, a former civil servant has claimed.

Tim Hulbert, who worked for the Voluntary Services Unit (VSU) during the 1970s and 1980s, told the Westminster strand of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse that he had seen the payment recorded on a spreadsheet.

He said the payment to the Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE) had been marked on official documents as a grant made to the Women's Royal Voluntary Services (WRVS). Mr Hulbert said he had been made aware of the grant via a senior colleague called Alan Davies who was new to the VSU - the body responsible for deciding which UK voluntary organisations should receive government funding.

He said in a statement: "[Alan Davies] and I got on well and used to talk informally about things we were working on.


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