Decent compassionate British citizens won't tolerate anymore evil tory murder and mayhem
For those still shocked to find that a bunch of murdering gangsters have been voted back into power the reality is clear that British democracy is dead if it allows the most vile mobsters on this planet to continue their reign of terror against the weak and vulnerable and only an all out class war can ultimately save those who will be destroyed by a tory onslaught.
Decent people can no longer sit back and watch the horrendous damage being done to large sections of society for the sole purpose of appeasing an ideological bunch of gangsters hell bent on attacking those who don't have the power and wealth to stand up for themselves only to see their lives decimated by cruel and heartless political machinations by the utter dregs of society.
We are asked to vote every 5 years as if that will allow a political system to flourish that will ensure every last person is treated with common decency and respect instead we get a bunch of cruel, heartless and murdering bastards as if that will lead to some semblence of decency. Decent British citizens can no longer accept a system of power and control that simply cannot and will not fulfil their obligation to ensure ALL sections of society prosper, not just a clique of self serving deviants who continue to turn a blind eye to the mass slaughter of its people to satisfy the greed of an elite few that cares not a jot about the long term effects on society as a whole.
It is inevitable, as as happened in countries elsewhere, that this cannot go on and no amount of oppression of the people under a tory boot can continue without a united front to block all their political machinations that will ruin peoples lives without a fight against evil and the ruthless murder of its citizens. This may be the biggest fight against a ruling establishment the UK has every been forced to take but GOOD always wins over EVIL and no decent person can allow that EVIL to flourish anymore under the toxic cloud the tory gangsters will once again bring to the peasants of Britain. England is looking more like Nazi Germany every day as extreme fascist tendencies are taking over as some sort of moral guardian of the people.
More victims are going to die in this war so make sure it isn't YOU or those facing mass execution from the psychological and financial
torture the tories are expert at inducing in the popualtion. England is becoming a rogue state like zionist Israel where
a regime has been voted in that manufactured the Gaza holocaust. England is going down the same route of allowing the
mass murder of its population and THAT CANNOT CONTINUE while decent people stand by and look on.
Number of people relying on food banks in UK expected to pass 1,000,000 mark VIDEO
Boycott the 100 fat cat bosses who back the tory's murderous agenda
Tory fatcats: (L-R) John Morgan, Rooney Anand, Andrew Coppel and Philip Green
Bosses who backed Tory tax cuts can be revealed as party donors, tax avoiders, firms using zero-hours contracts and others accused of blacklisting.
More than 100 fatcats wrote to a right-wing newspaper supporting David Cameron’s profit-swelling policies.
But the Mirror can reveal that a third of the 103 signatories have ploughed £9million into the Tory war chest.
Four are Conservative peers and one had Mr Cameron as a wedding guest.
All are likely to have saved thousands from the Tories’ income tax cut from 50p to 45p on annual earnings over £150,000.
Labour hit back with a letter to the Mirror signed by 100 backers from “all walks of life”. The Labour letter included firefighters,
shelf-stackers and students.
But there were also well known names such as fashion designer Wayne Hemingway MBE, advertising boss Trevor Beattie, businessman Kevin McGrath and former Blue Peter presenter Peter Duncan.
They insist only Labour can help everyone benefit from economic recovery.
It said: “The fundamental choice at this election is: who does this country work for? Only for those at the very top or does it work for working people.
"A symbol of the failure of this Government’s economic plan is the proliferation of zero-hour contracts, four times as many as in 2010, which have fuelled a low-wage, low-skill economy.”
The bulk of the those signing were on zero hours such as Jack Spooner, from Brighton, who said: “I was subjected to short-term shift cancellations, weeks without work and being blackmailed to work overtime on some shifts, because they had understaffed events.”
Labour leader Ed Miliband said today he was not surprised “businesses want lower business taxes”.
He added: “The Conservatives really believe if the few at the top do well, wealth will trickle down. It hasn’t. We have seen falling wages, insecurity at work.”
GMB Union chief Paul Kenny said the Tory signatories formed “a list of shame”.
The first, Greene King boss Rooney Anand, last year defended a “highly artificial” legal tax avoidance scheme slammed by the courts. Four other pub and brewery bosses added their names. The industry benefited in the Budget.
The second name, hotel entrepreneur Surinder Arora, is a Tory Party business adviser. West Ham United chief Karren Brady has been handed a peerage under the Tories, along with ex-Marks and Spencer head Stuart Rose and Joanna Shields, the PM’s digital adviser.
JCB boss Anthony Bamford also became a peer. He and his family have pumped £6.3million into Tory coffers.
Others honoured include tycoon John Ayton; property magnate Sir George Iacobescu; jewellery designer Annoushka Ducas; internet tycoon Brent Hoberman and Ted Baker founder Ray Kelvin.
Also honoured were Tony Pidgley, boss of Berkley Group; Chrissie Rucker of luxury goods firm White Company and tech tycoon Sir Hossein Yassaie.
Another signatory, Nick Leslau has injected £14,500 into the Tory chest. Carphone Warehouse founder Sir Charles Dunstone has given £5,000 to the party and is a key member of Mr Cameron’s Cotswolds set. The PM went to his wedding.
Film director Matthew Vaughn has been entertained by the Tory leader.
Embarrassingly, former Railtrack boss Gerald Corbett, who signed, has accused privatisation of “ripping apart” the network.
Many who put their names to The Daily Telegraph letter earn vast sums. Prudential chief Tidjane Thiam got £11.8million last year, Whitbread boss Andy Harrison £6.3million.
Two signatories are linked to firms unions accused of blacklisting workers. John Morgan is chief executive of Morgan Sindall, while Philip Green is chairman of Carillion, which denies the claims.
Andrew Coppel, of De Vere Hotels, also signed the letter. His company uses zero-hours contracts.
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BUDGET DAY AND THE DELUDED PSYCHOPATHIC KILLERS
The delusional Osborne Budget Speech
Osborne and Cameron showed yesterday all the traits that confirm they are deranged psychopathic killers
who lied and deceived in brazen speeches that ignored the carnage and sadistic mass murder
of the victims of their sick psychotic state assassins ATOS and the DWP that has recently been addressed
at the United Nations stating "The UK Government is GUILTY of Grave and Systemic violations of human rights
in particular the disabled". Their victims must be turning in their graves and their families violated
by speeches that continue to suggest many more will perish under their mass extermination plan and those they deem
NOT WORTHY if they win the 2015 election.
Secret DWP reviews called for improvements after benefit deaths
The government has admitted that more than 30 secret reviews carried out following the deaths of benefit claimants called for improvements in how the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) operates locally and nationally.
The “appalling” statistic has added to pressure on DWP to publish the reviews, and is the latest in a series of revelations to emerge through Freedom of Information Act (FoIA) requests, which disabled activists say “should be setting alarm bells ringing at Westminster”.
Last night (5 March), a member of the Commons work and pensions select committee demanded that DWP finally confirms what changes it has introduced as a result of the reviews, and reveals how many of those who died had had their benefits sanctioned.
Labour MP Debbie Abrahams said: “I have repeatedly asked for information from ministers and been met with a wall of silence.
“And that’s because, frankly, certain ministers have too much to hide and too much to lose.”
The latest FoIA figures featured in a Dispatches documentary on the government’s benefit sanctions regime, which was broadcast on 2 March on Channel 4.
Dispatches revealed that, of 49 secret “peer reviews” carried out since February 2012, 33 contained recommendations for improvements in procedures at either national or local level within DWP.
Dispatches also revealed that 40 of the 49 internal reviews had been carried out following the suicide or apparent suicide of a benefit claimant, information that came from a response to an FoIA request from Disability News Service (DNS).
Despite a series of FoIA requests from DNS to DWP, the department has refused to publish the reviews, or their summaries, recommendations or conclusions, even with personal details removed.
DNS has now appealed to the Information Commissioner’s Office over DWP’s refusal to release this information.
The FoIA response said that any national recommendations were “referred to the Customer Journey team for inclusion in their regular reviews”, while local recommendations were “referred to the appropriate office to be taken forward”.
DWP ministers and officials have been repeatedly criticised for their attempts to avoid releasing key information about the peer reviews.
John McArdle, co-founder of Black Triangle, said: “In an open and democratic society, the public must be able to scrutinise the actions of public authorities in order to hold them to account and if the DWP are refusing to reveal the recommendations from these 33 cases, it will make that an impossibility.
“We call on everyone now to demand that the DWP releases the summaries of the reviews. We really need to know what these recommendations were.”
He said there was “no reason” why DWP could not anonymise the details of the deceased claimants, as the Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland had done in the case of Ms DE, when it concluded that the assessment of her “fitness for work” and the subsequent denial of the out-of-work disability benefit employment and support allowance (ESA) was at least a “major factor in her decision to take her own life”.
Bob Ellard, from Disabled People Against Cuts, said: “The FOI response that ‘recommendations have been referred to the Customer Journey team for inclusion in their regular reviews’ might be appropriate for missing copier paper, but is not acceptable for reviews into avoidable deaths of human beings.
“Did anyone at DWP ensure that recommendations got turned into action to prevent more claimant deaths? Were ministers informed? Did ministers take responsibility for the prevention of further claimant deaths?
“These continuing revelations should be setting alarm bells ringing at Westminster.”
Ellard said there was a need for “full transparency” and yet the DWP was “stalling”, while Labour’s frontbench had been “silent” on the issue.
Despite the silence from Labour’s frontbench, Abrahams is pushing ministers to release evidence that the government has been to blame for any of the deaths, or that DWP’s actions had been “inappropriate or incorrect”.
She told DNS: “It’s taken an FoI, but it’s good that the government have had to acknowledge publicly that at least 33 people who have died whilst in receipt of social security support have done so in circumstances that merited a change in the way the DWP operates at both local and national levels.
“What we need to know now is how they are changing the system to ensure that these appalling statistics don’t rise. We also need to know how many of these people were, or had been, sanctioned.
“The fact that the DWP is making it so difficult to get straight answers to questions about what they’re doing to ensure vulnerable people are treated appropriately whilst on social security is appalling.”
The latest FoIA responses came as a coroner found that a disabled woman killed herself after receiving a letter warning that she could lose her disability benefits.
Julia Kelly, from Kingsthorpe, Northampton, who had chronic back pain after two serious car accidents, died in November after previously having to attend three tribunals to overturn decisions to remove her ESA.
She had reportedly received a letter from DWP asking her to pay back £4,000 in benefits because she had failed to declare some savings.
The coroner, Anne Pember, recording a verdict of suicide, said she believed that the “upset caused by the potential withdrawal of her benefits had been the trigger for her to end her life”.
A DWP spokeswoman said: “Our thoughts are with the family of Julia Kelly.
“ESA is a means-tested benefit and entitlement depends on the amount an individual has in savings or capital.
“If a claimant exceeds the threshold, with thousands of pounds in savings, they may no longer be entitled to the benefit.”
But she refused to say whether the case would be the subject of a peer review.
She said: “Peer reviews are private documents containing extremely personal information. It would be inappropriate for us to make these public and we do not intend to provide a running commentary on their existence or progress in specific cases.”
Rick Burgess, co-founder of New Approach, which is dedicated to scrapping the work capability assessment – which tests eligibility for ESA – said the coroner’s verdict showed that Julia Kelly had killed herself “because of the threats made to her by the DWP”, and that it was “no wonder” the department “uses every means to cover up evidence of its crimes”.
He added: “As with child sex abuse and murder, we have an entire establishment that will not police itself when it commits grievous crimes.”
Homes of Thatcher henchman Leon Brittan and ex-armed forces chief 'searched over homopaedo allegations'
LEON BRITTAN, LORD BRAMALL, THATCHER WITH BRITTAN AND TORY MP HARVEY PROCTOR
The homes of Leon Brittan and the former head of the armed forces have reportedly been searched by police investigating child sex allegations.
Officers raided two properties belonging to the former Home Secretary in London and North Yorkshire earlier this week, just six weeks after his death aged 75.
Meanwhile at the same time, a house in Surrey, owned by Lord Bramall, once the Army's highest ranking officer, was also searched.
It came on the same day as police also targeted the home of former disgrced Tory MP Harvey Proctor, where detectives spent two days searching his grace-and-favour home at Belvoir Castle in Leicestershire after a police team arrived on the estate on Wednesday.
The raids were conducted by officers from Operation Midland, which was set up by the Metropolitan Police in November to investigate claims of a VIP Westminster child sex abuse ring in the 1970s and 1980s.
Victims have come forward to claim men in powerful positions abused boys at the luxury Dolphin Square apartments in Pimlico. They are also examining allegations that figures in politics, the military and law enforcement abused children at other locations.
According to the Sunday Mirror and news investigators Exaro, homes belonging to Leon Brittan, including his family home in Pimlico, London and a country home in Wensleydale, North Yorkshire were searched.
At the same time, police searched the home of Lord Edwin Bramall, in Farnham, near Aldershot in Surrey.
Eton-educated Lord Bramall is one of the country's most decorated war veterans, having won the military cross and taking part in the 1944 Normandy D-Day landings.
He was also chief of the general staff during the Falklands War in 1982.
No arrests were made during the raids and it is unclear if Lord Bramall will have to make any formal statement.
A source close to the investigation told the Mirror: 'To carry out four simultaneous searches on a scale like this is a major work.
'They are acting on information but at this stage are not prepared to give any explanation.
'They are examining multiple leads. It's fair to say they are being very thorough. They will go wherever the evidence might lead them.'
The newspaper also reported that a woman who answered the door at Lord Bramall's home said they would not be making any comment.
Meanwhile a spokeswoman for the Metropolitan Police told Mailonline: 'We can confirm that officers from Operation Midland on Wednesday, March 4 conducted searches at an address in Westminster, an address in Leyburn, an address in Farnham and an address in Grantham in connection with their enquiries.'
News of the new raids come after the investigation into allegations of a VIP sex ring dramatically widened after the home of former MP Harvey Proctor was searched on Wednesday.
The 68-year-old former Essex MP, who quit Parliament in 1987 after admitting ‘spanking sessions’ with rent boys, was forced to deny any knowledge of the abuse and deaths of three young boys.
He said he did not attend Westminster ‘sex parties’ at an exclusive address near Parliament and claimed to be trapped in a ‘Kafka-esque fantasy’.
Detectives arrived at Belvoir Castle near Grantham – the seat of the Duke of Rutland – where Proctor has lived since 2003.
They searched at least two properties on the 16,000-acre estate including a red ramshackle building he moved out of in recent months.
Lord Brittan had been accused of failing to act on a dossier of allegations handed to him when he was Home Secretary by campaigning MP Geoffrey Dickens.
He died from cancer in January at the age of 75 but friends of the Tory peer said his final days were 'dogged by unsubstantiated allegations' of involvement in the abuse of children by Westminster VIPs.
At the time of his death, ex-Tory leader Michael Howard led tributes, saying it was 'a shame' Lord Brittan had become caught up in controversy surrounding the failure to investigate claims of paedophilia in the 1980s.
Lord Deben, who as John Gummer was Environment Secretary under John Major, said those who made claims against the former Home Secretary without ‘real evidence’ were ‘wicked’.
While former Tory minister and friend of Lord Brittan, David Mellor, said: 'I'm especially sad he died after he was subjected to unwarranted criticism and innuendo.
''It's sad for me that he's died while that was uppermost in his mind. It's a terrible way for a tremendous man to go.'
While William Hague, who succeeded Brittan as the MP for Richmond, led tributes to him in the House of Commons.
He said: ‘Many of us who have known him a long time know he’s been ill for many months but it is a sad moment to receive this news.
'The house will understand my predecessor as Member of Parliament for Richmond Yorkshire, which is why I particularly want to pay tribute to him as a former member of this House and former home secretary.
Before his death, Lord Brittan denied being responsible for a cover-up of child abuse allegations.
He said at the time: 'It has been alleged that when I was Home Secretary I failed to deal adequately with the papers containing allegations of serious sexual impropriety that I received from Geoff Dickens.
'This is completely without foundation, as evidence from the Home Office's own report supports.
'I passed this bundle of papers to the relevant Home Office officials for examination, as was the normal and correct practice. I wrote to Mr Dickens on 20 March 1984 informing him of the conclusions of the Director of Public Prosecutions about these matters.'
Clegg and Cameron colluded in covering up homopaedo MP Cyril Smith's sexual abuse of young boys
CLEGG, THATCHER, SMITH, CAMERON AND CABINET SECRETARY 'SIR' JEREMY HEYWOOD
Homosexual / homopaedo agenda operating right inside the heart of government
Downing Street cynically tried to prevent the release of damaging files exposing the scale of the cover-up over paedophile MP Cyril Smith.
The Cabinet Office repeatedly blocked MOS's attempts to see the bombshell documents – and caved in only after being threatened with High Court action.
After the shocking year-long fight, we can reveal the content of the papers, which expose just how much the Establishment knew about the late politician’s sexual and physical abuse of young boys.
Nick Clegg and David Cameron, both Ministers in the Cabinet Office, have been accused of ‘colluding’ in the latest cover-up of evidence that could expose VIP paedophile rings.
The secrecy row will also focus attention on Cabinet Secretary Sir Jeremy Heywood, who has become known as ‘Sir Cover-Up’ after blocking the release of dozens of messages exchanged by Tony Blair and George W Bush ahead of the Iraq war.
Following The Mail on Sunday’s victory, it can be revealed for the first time that:
- Margaret Thatcher was personally told that police had investigated claims that Smith indecently assaulted teenage boys in the 1960s.
- Thatcher was explicitly warned that awarding a knighthood to the 29-stone Liberal MP risked damaging the ‘integrity of the honours system’, but went ahead anyway.
- A senior Whitehall mandarin took the ‘exceptional’ step of contacting the country’s top prosecutor and police to find out why Smith was never charged with abusing boys at a hostel he helped run.
- Civil servants feared the secret Smith police file might be made public in 1982 – when a burglary at the Fleet Street offices of The Sun newspaper revealed the editor was in possession of a copy. This revelation will lead to speculation that the break-in was linked to attempts to cover up Smith’s crimes.
One insider told The Mail on Sunday that the matter is ‘on the Deputy Prime Minister’s desk’. The fact that the Cabinet Office blocked five attempts by The Mail on Sunday to see the papers will deepen fears of a cover-up at the highest levels over the activities of VIP paedophiles.
Labour MP Simon Danczuk, who exposed the scale of Smith’s abuse in Parliament, said: ‘Nick Clegg and David Cameron have colluded in covering this up. It involves their people and we should not have to learn about this piecemeal because of journalists pestering for information.
‘Both men need to come clean and make a personal commitment to revealing everything that is now held by Government departments.
‘The Prime Minister promised there would be no stone unturned into the inquiry of historic sex abuse in Westminster. But the Cabinet Office seems to be doing the opposite.
'Nick Clegg, who sits in this department, has already written to me refusing to carry out an investigation into who knew what about Cyril Smith in his party and it’s disappointing to see the Cabinet Office continuing this unhelpful approach.’
Smith was knighted in 1988 as recognition of his service as a councillor, mayor and MP in Rochdale, Lancashire.
After his death at the age of 82 in 2010, Clegg said he was ‘deeply saddened’ by the loss and said everyone in Rochdale knew him ‘as a friend’.
But two years later claims emerged that he repeatedly spanked and sexually abused boys in care homes and hostels, but the authorities saw to it that he was never brought to justice.
The Crown Prosecution Service revealed he had been investigated in 1970, 1988 and 1999 while Greater Manchester Police admitted there had been ‘overwhelming evidence’ that he abused boys both physically and sexually.
A year ago, after a battle with campaigners, the Cabinet Office was forced to reveal that former Liberal leader David Steel had proposed Smith for his knighthood.
Now The Mail on Sunday has finally been given unprecedented access to the Downing Street files on the case.
On April 28 last year, this newspaper put in a Freedom of Information request to the Cabinet Office asking for all No 10 correspondence on Smith’s knighthood, which should have been answered within a month.
But officials on four occasions put off providing a response, and then refused a request to review the case.
In October we complained to the Information Commissioner’s Office, which ruled last month that the Cabinet Office had broken the law by failing to respond to the original request.
The regulator ordered the department provide the information or risk being reported to the High Court where ‘it may be dealt with as a contempt of court’.
A Minister in the Cabinet Office would have been called to court to explain why the information had not been disclosed.
On Friday the department finally released a 19-page dossier on the-secret discussions that led to Smith being knighted, although other pages were withheld on grounds of national security.
The Cabinet Office said: ‘We have released almost all of the information held about this matter. We concluded that the public interest favoured releasing this information rather than applying the usual exemptions that cover honours material. We are sorry that it has taken some time to consult all relevant officials.’
One undated letter, marked ‘secret’, from a leading member of the Political Honours Scrutiny Committee to Mrs Thatcher, warned of ‘the risk that such an award could give rise to adverse criticism’.
Lord Shackleton – son of the famous explorer – spelled out that police had investigated Smith in 1970 for ‘indecent assault against teenage boys’ between 1961 and 1966, but that the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) had decided ‘there was no reasonable prospect of conviction’.
The letter mentions the case was reported in the Rochdale Alternative Press and Private Eye, adding: ‘One may regret this kind of press reporting but it could be revived if an award to Mr Smith were made.’
It also describes a little-known break-in at the The Sun newspaper in 1982 that led police to discover ‘the editor of The Sun had a copy of the 1970 police report’.
Lord Shackleton said it would be ‘slightly unfortunate’ if this ‘episode’ stopped Smith being knighted, but added: ‘We felt it right to warn you of our fear that the integrity of the honours system would be at some risk if the award were to be made and announced.’
A second note to the Prime Minister, dated May 1988, admitted the committee had ‘some hesitation’ about the award but concluded: ‘So far as we believe and have been able to ascertain, his past history or general character does not, in all the circumstances, render him unsuitable’.
A separate letter from the committee secretary says it decided to give Smith the ‘benefit of the doubt’ as he had never been prosecuted.
The secretary had earlier warned Sir Robin Butler, then Cabinet Secretary, that ‘the press might stir up adverse comment’ over Smith’s knighthood ‘if there is fire under this smoke’. To decide the issue they demanded to see the police evidence.
Sir Robin wrote to the DPP, saying: ‘The case for taking the exceptional step of writing to you in this way is to protect the Prime Minister (and The Queen) while also being fair to Mr Smith.’ He said the committee wanted to know ‘whether the case against Mr Smith was not well founded: or whether it was a sound case, but that the evidence was not likely to stand up in court’. No reply from the DPP is recorded.
The revelations will add to fears that the authorities knew high-profile figures were reportedly child abusers, but tried to keep the allegations secret.
The Cabinet Office is still refusing to release even the titles of four recently discovered historic files on child abuse, a decision called ‘disgusting’ by victims’ families.
An wide-ranging inquiry into historic allegations of child abuse in Britain has yet to get under way.
Last night the Lib Dems said: ‘Cyril Smith’s acts were vile and repugnant and we have nothing but sympathy for those whose lives he ruined. His actions were not known to or condoned by the Liberal Party or the Liberal Democrats.’
Tory MP Harvey Proctor's home searched by 20 child sex murder cops
The home of ex-Tory MP Harvey Proctor is being searched by cops probing historic allegations of child sex abuse.
Detectives from the Met Police's Operation Midland are carrying out the search of his home, which is within the 16,000-acre grounds of Belvoir Castle, in Leicestershire near Grantham.
Mr Proctor, 68, works for the Duke and Duchess of Rutland, who live on the estate with their five children.
A Met Police spokesman said he "can confirm officers from Operation Midland are carrying out a search of an address in Grantham in connection with their inquiries".
Operation Midland was launched by the Met last November following allegations that boys were sexually abused by a paedophile ring more than 30 years ago.
Part of the Operation Midland probe is examining allegations that three boys linked to the alleged ring were murdered.
The operation includes detectives from the child abuse investigation command and the homicide and major crime command.
Sources close to the probe said last night the MP had not been arrested.
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Westminster paedo ring: Top Tory MP 'murdered girl at vile orgy' claims new witness
The new witness has told police a FOURTH youngster - this time a girl of 15 - may have been murdered by a VIP abuse ring which included politicians and a TV comedy star
A victim of a VIP paedo ring believes a girl of 15 was killed at a vile orgy.
The new witness has told police he watched the teenager being taken into a terrifying “medical room” by a senior Tory MP – and never saw her again.
The sickening events are said to have taken place at London’s notorious Dolphin Square flats in the 1990s, the Sunday People can reveal.
He fears the teenager may have been killed by a brutal sadist acting out his horrific fantasies.
It would make her the fourth reported murder victim of a Westminster-based pervert ring, some of them household names.
The witness told the investigative website Exaro that he was himself abused while in his teens by prominent politicians and a famous comedian at the now notorious Dolphin Square complex in central London.
We are calling the man Darren, although that is not his real name because he lives in hiding, fearing for his own life. He is the third alleged victim of the gang to come forward.
Darren told us: “I would never have gone to those parties willingly. It was fear that led me to Dolphin Square.”
Recalling the night in 1993 he believes a girl died, he said: “I witnessed a senior Tory politician go into the medical room with a girl who I know was 15.
“This was a bedroom containing a hospital-type bed with shackles, gimp masks and a tiled, washable floor.
“She was 15 and in care. I didn’t know her name but had been bumping into her for years at paedophile parties. I had been trafficked for sex since I was a young boy, initially by my father.
“She had a smashing smile and wore braces on her teeth.
“I never saw her leave that room, in fact I never saw her again. I fear she may have been killed.”
Darren has identified the exact apartment in the luxury Dolphin Square complex where he claims abuse parties were held while he was a teenager.
He says he was taken to up to 20 orgies, which were attended by around 30 VIPs, and has described ordeals – including beatings with a cane – to Scotland Yard detectives investigating a string of historic sex abuse claims.
A former Tory cabinet minister already named to police by another alleged abuse victim, a Labour minister, and the famous TV comedy actor are among well-known faces he says were at Dolphin Square in the 1990s.
Darren claims he was driven to sex parties by the notorious paedophile Peter Righton, a former government adviser who had been recently fined for having indecent images of boys.
Righton would collect Darren and other boys from children’s homes in Suffolk and drive them to London in a luxury car, complete with leather seats and electric windows.
At Dolphin Square they would go to a four-bedroom serviced flat that had been rented out.
He recalled: “Guests would be standing around, chatting and drinking. There would be women there but they would leave before any sex took place.
"The attitude seemed to be that they would leave early so the boys could have their fun.”
Darren said that there were “very powerful” people at the gatherings. He went on: “They stood out a mile. I saw a former Labour minister at one party.
“They were very protective of their jackets. I think they were worried the boys would steal their wallets.”
Darren claimed violation and humiliation inflicted on youngsters at Dolphin Square became a familiar routine to him.
He said: “This Tory cabinet minister always insisted I should be presented to him with ladies’ underwear on beneath my clothes.
“The game he liked to play was that he would pretend he had spotted that I was wearing the lingerie.
“He would tell me I was a naughty boy for turning him on and take me into a bedroom and punish me.
"I was spanked with a bamboo cane that he brought with him, which was painful. I was then sexually abused.
“He liked boys to dress up in lacy women’s underwear. He would make a game of it.
"The minister would be accompanied by a minder who stayed outside while I was abused.”
The Dolphin Square apartment had three rooms specially fitted out and decorated to cater for the tastes of party guests, Darren said.
He claimed the spanking ex-minister preferred a bedroom known as the “leopard room” because it had a leopard skin rug.
Another was known as the “gay room” because it was “flowery and effeminate”.
Darren claimed that in this room he was forced to give oral sex to the famous comedian. He said: “At first he was an interested spectator at the parties but then decided to take part.
"He was much kinder and more considerate than the others but it was still unpleasant.”
The worst of the three rooms was the so-called “medical room”.
Darren said: “This was the bedroom you did not want to be taken into. Fortunately, I was never taken in there but I remember one boy who did.
"He had been dressed up in tight leather shorts and went in with a senior Tory politician and some other men.
“I met him afterwards and he told me he had suffered humiliation too vile to describe and was then beaten up.”
Darren said the brutalised boy was under 16 at the time.
He recalled that traumatised children would gather in the kitchen at Dolphin Square to comfort each other after their ordeals. He admitted he was given £50 each time he attended a child abuse party.
But he insisted he only went because evil Righton forced him to. He said: “I would never have gone to those parties willingly – it was fear of Righton.
“One occasion when he attacked me stands out. It happened after I was taken into a bedroom with the famous TV personality and Peter was driving us back to Suffolk.
“I kept saying the name of the comic character played by the actor and saying that he was at the party. Peter kept saying, ‘No he wasn’t.’
“Then he suddenly swung a tremendous punch, while still keeping control of the car. It hit me flush on the chin and I may have passed out. It was a warning to keep my mouth shut.”
Darren was interviewed over three days by Met Police detectives and named his abusers.
His account bears chilling similarities to allegations by a victim known as Nick, who claims three abused boys were killed in the 1980s.
His evidence is being investigated by Scotland Yard’s Operation Midland.
Officers have spoken to the families of two lads, Martin Allen and Vishal Mehrotra, who vanished in London.
Among those named by Darren is the recently convicted paedophile Charles Napier.
Darren says Napier abused him when he was 15 at Righton’s home. Righton ordered Darren to give Napier oral sex and when the horrified lad refused he was beaten until he complied.
He added: “I was kicked and punched in front of Napier, who stood there smirking. I had no choice and so I did as I was told. I was ordered to have sex with Napier on two other occasions.”
Napier, 67, is the half-brother of Conservative MP John Whittingdale.
The former treasurer of the Paedophile Information Exchange, Napier was jailed last month after pleading guilty to 31 counts of indecent assault against boys as young as eight at a school where he worked.
Darren continued: “Peter abused me repeatedly when I was 15, as well as forcing me to have sex with other men.
"By the age of 16, I was no longer to his taste, he liked younger boys. But he still trafficked me around.
“I was 17 when Peter began taking me with other teenagers to Dolphin Square. I am sure he was making a mint organising paedophile sex parties.
"We were all aged between 14 and 17.”
Righton, who died in 2007, was one of Britain’s leading specialists in child care – but was also a founder of the Paedophile Information Exchange.
Darren’s testimony directly supports a claim made in Parliament by Labour MP Tom Watson, which linked Righton to a VIP paedophile ring.
And it adds to a picture of abuse at Dolphin Square first revealed by Exaro last July.
People leads the way in VIP paedophile investigation
The Sunday People has led the way on smashing the high-powered network of VIP paedophiles since the story broke more than two years ago.
In October 2012, campaigning Labour MP Tom Watson stood up in the Commons and called on Prime Minister David Cameron to investigate a paedophile network with “links to the heart of the UK establishment – including 10 Downing Street”.
Since then, this newspaper has worked tirelessly to get to the truth.
Last year, we revealed the explosive testimony of the witness known as ‘Nick’. He went to police with claims about three possible murders linked to the VIP paedophile ring.
A survivor of abuse at the now notorious Dolphin Square apartments in central London, he alleges he saw three deaths between 1979 and 1982.
One of his accounts details a murder he claims to have witnessed at a London townhouse in 1980.
Two other men have since bravely told their tales, including Darren today.
There are many similarities between their memories and since we published our story, Scotland Yard has stepped up its investigation. It called a high-profile Press conference to encourage more witnesses to come forward.
Officers are re-examining 200 case files relating to children who went missing during the period.
Just what the hell is going on? Why are two leading MP's for the tory and Labour mafia's being exposed
by the Barclay brothers owned Telegraph and Channel 4 sting ? The fact Thatchers Tory henchman Malcolm Rifkind and
Blair's Labour henchman Jack Straw have been caught in a STING operation by a media totally controlled by Law
Society goons leaves a great deal unanswered.
Normally these two ratbags would be assured the protection of the law society / zionist / masonic mafia even
if they got caught red handed , so the question beggars belief what exactly is going on?
One theory is that the establishment tory's wont win the next election and the wide boys in the city want
another clone of the tory scum that comes in the guise of UKIP. So are they prepared to sacrifice two of their
accomplices to get UKIP into power? If Channel 4 had been planning this at their investigative offices of
Dispatches some legal bod had to have wind of what they were up to and passed that up the pyramid of crime
to the law society and then back down to the bastards who got caught prior to the sting taking place.
Is it that the zionist / masonic protection network is breaking down as it did with BBC predatory paedo
Jimmy Savile , well at least after his death or is there much more to come from this story? It is unusual
for ANY of the controlled media to expose MP's who just happen to be jewish and lawyers with enough protection
in place to be able to see the sting coming.
We can only await further revelations, as happened just before the death of the other Thatcher tory henchman
and jewish lawyer Leon Brittan caught up in the homopaedo ring operating out of Dolphin Square and behind
the murder of young boys after they had finished their satanic sacrifices and perverted homopaedo abuses.
What the interviews do show is that, as happened in the devolved Scottish parliament where another Blair henchman
Labour lawyer Donald Dewar wrote the RULES for Scottish devolution that allowed lawyers to sign in at Holyrood
and bugger off to do their legal work getting two salaries for doing sweet FA. Arrogant Rifkind stated he has
plenty of time to walk in the park and read instead of doing what he is paid for as an MP to help his constituents.
Nothing is as it seems when the mass media spin out stories as they do.
Tory scumbag Cameron and the toxic tax-avoiding super-rich
These are the pictures David Cameron didn’t want you to see – wealthy Tories flashing their cash
as Britain buckles under the credit crunch.
Hundreds of well-heeled aristocrats, socialites and celebrities turned out to gorge themselves
in spectacular style at the Conservative Party’s annual Black and White Ball (freemason run).
Arriving in a long-line of chauffeur-driven Bentleys – complete with personalised number plates
and built-in TVs – they pay thousands for a table to kiss the tory arse.
This is the editorial from GRUBBY Harmsworth's Daily Rat that normally promotes these evil
bastards as heroes.
It has been a pretty grubby week for Britain's rich and powerful. It started with the revelation that 1,100 wealthy Britons had hidden billions in HSBC's secretive Swiss branch apparently to avoid hundreds of millions of pounds in taxes.
Immediately, disturbing questions were asked of what David Cameron and George Osborne knew about this scandal when they decided to make the bank's chairman Stephen Green – who was in charge of the Swiss operation in the tax-avoiding years – a Tory peer and minister.
As the controversy raged, the Prime Minister – apparently unaware of how terrible it would appear – went off to the Tory Party's garish Black and White ball, where porn barons and dodgy financiers paid £1,500 a ticket to bid for pheasant shooting trips.
Then there was Labour, who – while hurling rocks at 'rotten' Mr Cameron – seem to be oblivious to the fact most of the tax avoidance took place on their watch, when Lord Levy (a millionaire who paid only £5,000 tax one year) cosied up to the 'filthy rich' (with whom Lord Mandelson had no problem) then tapped them up for donations in the cash-for-honours imbroglio.
Meanwhile, a devastating Mail investigation today reveals the mystery of how Sir Philip Green's great friend Richard Caring – who once lent Labour £2million, but has since donated more than £400,000 to the Tories – is worth £800million despite his £1.5billion-turnover company hardly declaring a profit.
Tax avoidance threatens Britain's social cohesion
The common thread in all this is that there seems to be one law for the rich (do not pay tax) and another for the poor (pay every penny in taxation) – a trend that, if it continues, will threaten social cohesion in Britain.
One thing is certain: it is the Tories and David Cameron (who presumably authorised that insane winter ball) who will be the biggest losers of this glaring injustice.
The fact is that, for all their undoubted strengths, Mr Cameron and Mr Osborne, both scions of wealth, have never fully understood the fully justified rage of millions of ordinary Britons at the growing wealth gap fuelled by tax avoidance.
Although the Tories have a huge amount to be proud of, after five years in office there are vast swathes of middle England who do not believe the Prime Minister is on their side.
These are the people whom Lady Thatcher, herself from the lower-middle entrepreneurial class, so successfully brought into the Tory fold.
The last time the Tories won an election outright in 1992 they secured a majority of lower middle-class votes. In this Parliament, Tory support among this crucial demographic is falling – and is now at a woeful 30 per cent.
To repeat: the bitter irony is the Tories do have a positive story to tell. Wages are finally beginning to outstrip inflation. Some 1,000 people are finding work every day. More jobs have been created in Yorkshire in the last five years than in France.
On Thursday, proposals were unveiled – in the finest Thatcher tradition – to allow housing association tenants to buy their own home.
Yet, for many voters, it's those toxic images of the Prime Minister rubbing shoulders with Rolls Royce-driving porn barons that will stick in the memory. If he wants to win the election, Mr Cameron needs to disassociate himself from these people.
He needs to finally take a stand against rip-off energy companies, tax-avoiding big corporations and the bankers. He could start by vetoing the £7million bonus which Lloyds is seeking to pay the chief executive of an institution still 25 per cent owned by the taxpayer.
Most of all, the Tories must show that being in favour of aspiration and capitalism is not the same as being seen as the party of the tax-avoiding super-rich.