It has been reported today that Number 10 has been purposely covering up evidence of the paedophile ring which operated from the corridors of power within Westminster from the 1960s into at least the late 1990s.
The Cabinet Office blocked five attempts over 11 months by the Mail on Sunday to see papers under a Freedom of Information Act request which expose the extent of the cover-up of the Westminster paedophile ring. They only released the documents after being threatened with High Court action.
Both Nick Clegg and David Cameron are ministers in the Cabinet Office, and are therefore have full knowledge of the documents and the requests made by the Mail on Sunday.
In particular, David Cameron was fully aware of these documents detailing the cover-up by government at the time he announced that claims of a Westminster paedophile ring involving high-profile figures was nothing more than a ‘conspiracy theory’ – an outright lie.
The hypocrisy is unforgivable. At the same time as claiming to crack down on child abuse, Cameron is covering-up one of the most disgusting (and probably one of the longest periods of) institutional sadistic child abuse the UK has known, including children being killed for the sadistic sexual gratification of senior politicians and civil servants.
Last week, Cameron made a statement that a new law would be proposed to make those in positions of power accountable for not reporting child abuse. However, his proposal stopped short of including members of the government – now we know why.
Here is an extract from the Mail on Sunday article:
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 The Mail on Sunday’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.
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 secrecy row will also focus attention on Cabinet Secretary Sir Jeremy Heywood. 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.’
You can read the full article on the Daily Mail’s website here.