It is now clear that a previous Home Secretary, Lord Leon Brittan not only played a key role in destroying Britain's coal industry and was the older mentor who introduced the then schoolboy and future arch warmonger William Hague to the Tory party.
He also covered up serial child abuse within the political elite in Westminster, and even today he thinks he can get away with it Scot free.
The ex-Conservative cabinet minister issued a statement after Simon Danczuk MP (Labour Party) yesterday asked him to reveal what he knew about a file concerning paedophile Cyril Smith.
The Commons Home Affairs Committee heard from Danczuk regarding his investigation into claims of child abuse by ex-Liberal MP Cyril Smith and stated that these allegations had been “swept under the carpet” in a massive government cover up.
Danczuk said: "Tory MP Geoffrey Dickens produced a dossier in the 1980s which he presented to the Home Secretary about the Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE), about paedophiles operating a network within and around Westminster.
“The Home Secretary was Sir Leon Brittan and I think it would be helpful if he stepped forward and shared his thoughts on where that dossier is."
Lord Brittan, Home Secretary from 1983 to 1985 and associate of Margaret Thatcher who was a good friend of serial rapist and paedophile Jimmy Savile, issued a statement through solicitors Mishcon de Reya who are acting for him.
His statement says that:
Mr Dickens had come to see him in the Home Office with a substantial bundle of papers. He told Mr Dickens that he would ensure that the papers were looked at carefully by the Home Office and acted on as necessary.
He said that after the meeting, he had asked his officials to look carefully at the material contained in the papers and report back to him if they considered that any action needed to be taken by the Home Office.
“In addition I asked my officials to consider a referral to another Government Department, such as the Attorney General’s Department, if that was appropriate," quoted the solicitor.
“This was the normal procedure for handling material presented to the Home Secretary. I do not recall being contacted further about these matters by Home Office officials or by Mr Dickens or by anyone else.”
The Home Office said it had commissioned an independent review in 2013 into what details and documents it had received regarding "organised child sex abuse between 1979 and 1999".
The review, rather unsurprisingly considering there is proven serial child abuse amongst politicians, found that all information had been dealt with correctly. Apparently the dossiers from Mr Dickens delivered in November 1983 and January 1984 had been destroyed.
(Clearly this action can not be correct regarding such a serious matter and indicates a cover up. This can only be "correct" if there is a policy to cover up child abuse by politicians. As Danczuk has suggested there should now be a Hillsborough style enquiry to finally get to the truth.)
Consequently it is clear that not only in the 1980s but also in 2014 there was and still is a vast conspiracy within the Establishment and amongst the Westminster political elite to cover up serial child abuse by politicians.
It is time to protect our nation's children from the habitual paedophiles that populate the House of Commons.