Sunday 25 January 2015

Lying Britain Part II

As you may know, a Salford academic recently stumbled across some potentially vital evidence whilst poking around the Archives in Kew.

My question is, 

Has anybody gone and actually checked through the files in the Hall-Carpenter archives at the London School of Economics to see what is held in relation to paedophilia?

The records show there are several;

HCA/GREY/2/17Speijer report/Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE) controversy
MCINTOSH/8/1Personal papers
HCA/CROSSMAN/7Paedophile Information Exchange
HCA/ALBANY TRUST/7/149Correspondence regarding Albany Trust opposition to evangelical Christian counselling
HCA/ALBANY TRUST/14/109National Viewers and Listeners Association / Mary Whitehouse
HCA/EPHEMERA/137Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE)
HCA/EPHEMERA/141Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE)
HCA/EPHEMERA/138Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE)
HCA/GREY/2/21Whitehouse/Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE) dispute, 1977-1978
HCA/GREY/4/16Law Reform: others' proposals
HCA/CHE2/7/9[Marylebone CHE] Correspondence with speakers and associated papers
HCA/EPHEMERA/334Gay organisations
HCA/ALBANY TRUST/14/118Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE)
HCA/GREY/4/17[Loose papers, mainly regarding paedophilia]
HCA/EPHEMERA/139Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE)
HCA/EPHEMERA/952Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE)
HCA/EPHEMERA/394Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE)
HCA/EPHEMERA/140Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE)
HCA/ALBANY TRUST/14/119Paedophile Awareness and Liberation (PAL) publications
HCA/GREY/4/17[Loose papers, mainly regarding paedophilia]
HCA/EPHEMERA/394Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE)
SHORE/21/2[Bangladesh and the Biharis.]
PA16003Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE)
PA9604International Lesbian and Gay Association (ILGA)
CA618United Nations
PA28999Campaign against Public Morals (CAMP)
PA15494Home Office; Criminal Law Revision Committee

How many other Institutes are hiding boxes of files that hold vital evidence, simply because an Individual or Organisation has stashed it all there?
Where will Leon Brittan's papers end up now?


  1. Is the Faulds archive part of what you listed here?

    Has blown up as it contained big dirt on Greville Janner.

    1. This list is purely for London School of Economics and files attached to Albany Trust and Antony Grey.

  2. Yes, the papers relating to Janner are from Faulds archive, here:

  3. Meanwhile, the Mail article on Janner has vanished.

  4. No, its still there, even if it Does go, i have a local copy stored

    Shortly before retiring in 1997, a Labour MP called Andrew Faulds created an archive of the paperwork he had accrued during three colourful decades in Parliament.
    Filling 263 boxes, it contained — among a great many other things — two highly sensitive documents which had landed on the prominent backbencher’s desk in 1992 and 1995.
    The first was a four-page leaflet published by a group which called itself ‘Concerned Leicester Parents’. The second was a 24-page booklet, which claimed on its cover to reveal: ‘How people in high places covered-up for a Parliamentary paedophile’.
    Faulds, an avuncular figure who acted with the Royal Shakespeare Company before entering politics, died in 2000, aged 77. His entire archive was subsequently transferred to the library of the London School of Economics [LSE].
    There, it has sat unnoticed and virtually untouched for more than a decade. Recent events, however, seem likely to propel the Faulds archive to sudden prominence.
    That’s because the yellowing pages of those two documents discuss what is now a snowballing political scandal.
    Indeed, as their description in LSE’s library catalogue puts it, they explore in forensic detail ‘allegations of sexual abuse against a child’ by a colleague of Faulds called Greville Janner.
    ‘This booklet details a scandal that makes the sex and sleaze sagas of most politicians seem trivial,’ claims the 1995 document. The 1992 leaflet is meanwhile headlined: ‘Janner fails to answer “sex with boy” evidence.’
    Greville Janner is nowadays Lord Janner of Braunstone. Aged 86 and widowed with three children, he is a prominent ex-barrister, who wrote more than 60 books and represented Leicester as a Labour MP for almost 30 years. Janner is also a former president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, and keen amateur magician. After retiring from the Commons in 1997, he was made a life peer.
    One of his few subsequent forays into the public eye came in 2002, when Uri Geller, a friend, arranged for him to accompany Michael Jackson on a tour of Parliament. The trio dropped in on a party for Labour MP Paul Boateng, where Jackson agreed to sing happy birthday.
    Life has, in other words, been very comfortable indeed. Or at least it was until December 20 last year, when Lord Janner’s genteel semi-retirement came to an abrupt halt.


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