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PostPosted: Tue Aug 11, 2015 6:56 pm    Post subject: Edward Heath: EU's Paedophile Tory Prime Minister Reply with quote

Mr. Tam Dalyell (Linlithgow)
I was as deeply shocked when I saw with my own eyes an extremely nasty document referring to the right hon. Member for Old Bexley and Sidcup (Mr. Edward Heath) in a personal capacity. It was marked with the stamp of the Army headquarters at Lisburn.
http://www.parliament.the-stationery-office.com/pa/cm198990/cmhansrd/1 990-07-05/Debate-6.html
5th July 1990
House of Commons Hansard


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On the week of new revelations about Tory Prime Minister Ted Heath...
What with all the media hype & no doubt protracted trials (most of which involve police not doing their job when first alerted then never being prosecuted for misconduct) around Kid's Company, Rolf Harris, Rotherham & a hundred other stories of child sexual abuse low down in the power structure... I think it's about time we reminded ourselves of the real deal here.
We are talking about hard evidence now of sexual abuse and murder of children by superstars, intelligence chiefs, top civil servants & political leaders, many of whom have not EVEN been named.


VIP paedophile ring 'abused teenage boy INSIDE Buckingham Palace and Balmoral Castle'
22:30, 29 NOVEMBER 2014 BY KEIR MUDIE , MARK WATTS
http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/vip-paedophile-ring-abused-teenag e-4721479
The boy, then just 16, told how he was the victim of “exploitation of the highest order” - the claims could now be the subject of a police investigation
A teenage boy working at Buckingham Palace revealed he was groomed and sexually abused by a VIP paedophile ring there.
The lad was also assaulted at the Royal Family’s Scottish retreat Balmoral, according to shocking Home Office files, reports the Sunday People.
In a heartbreaking note, the boy – then just 16 – told how he was the victim of “exploitation of the highest order”.
The chilling claims could now be the subject of a police investigation into historic allegations of child sex abuse in the 1970s and 80s – linked to MPs and powerful figures.
The disturbing account was passed directly to the then Home Secretary Leon Brittan but he ruled it was “not practical” to investigate.
Campaigning Labour MP Tom Watson said: “I’m sure the Palace will want to co-operate with any inquiry.”
A Palace spokesman said: “The Royal Household takes any allegation of this nature seriously and would act to address any specific allegations or investigate specific information.”
Balmoral CastleShadow on castle: Balmoral, where staff allegedly heard the boy scream at night
The Sunday People and the investigations website Exaro have established that the Home Office file contains evidence of a letter written by the boy’s mother.
She wrote to campaigning MP Geoffrey Dickens, fearing that her son had been groomed by a paedophile ring while working at the Buckingham Palace kitchens.
The boy was 16 at the time, putting him below the age of homosexual consent which was then 21 in England.
In Scotland homosexuality was still totally illegal.
Mr Dickens said at the time: “The boy told his parents he had been sexually abused by members of the Royal Household at the Palace.
“I am concerned the Palace could be part of a chain supplying young men to paedophiles in the diplomatic service.”
British Labour MP Tom WatsonDemand: Labour MP Tom Watson is sure the Palace will co-operate with any inquiry
The 16-year-old went to work at the Palace in the early 1970s. After a few months his family noticed he was acting strangely.
A family friend told Exaro: “Things were OK when he first joined the Palace staff.
"After a few months, things started to turn a little strange.”
After what the source described as an “incident” at Balmoral, the royal family’s Scottish home, the boy’s parents were told by a close friend who also worked at Buckingham Palace that their son was being sexually abused there.
The source added: “They got wind of this after an incident at Balmoral when he screamed in the night.”
Concerned: Desperate parents wrote to MP Geoffrey Dickens for help
The concerned friend, who worked for the royals at the time, immediately alerted the boy’s parents.
He told them: “This is something that you should have nothing to do with.”
Reports from the time reveal further details of the boy’s ordeal.
One says his parents discovered a handwritten note from him.
It read: “What Buckingham Palace did for me was exploitation of the highest order.”
The boy’s mother said at the time: “My son was happy and normal until he went there.
"Then he changed completely. He refused to talk to us or discuss what he was up to.”
Employer: Buckingham Palace
The boy’s father also claimed that young Palace staff were lavished with expensive gifts for “entertaining men”.
He added: “In some cases Palace officials were involved.
“Afterwards, the servants got good references to take up posts abroad with wealthy employers.”
According to the Home Office files, the desperate parents wrote to Geoffrey Dickens for help.
The MP raised the mother’s concerns with the Home Secretary in 1983.
But Mr Dickens received a reply saying Leon Brittan felt it would not be practical to carry out a detailed investigation.
He wrote: “I need hardly assure you that the Royal Household is extremely concerned at these unsubstantiated allegations and it is, of course, their policy to take every step to avoid an occurrence of such as is alleged.
Deputy head of MI5 Peter HaymanDeputy: The 16-year-old was approached by notorious paedophile Sir Peter Hayman
There is nobody currently employed in the Royal Household who is under the age of 18.”
Mr Brittan indicated that her son had worked at Buckingham Palace for a year, adding: “It is extremely difficult to comment on the accuracy of the allegations in the letter.”
But an even more chilling development is contained in the files, lending weight to the claims that a paedophile VIP ring was linked to the Palace.
During his time at Buckingham Palace, the 16-year-old was approached by notorious paedophile Sir Peter Hayman and was asked to work for him in Canada, where he was ambassador.
Hayman has been identified as a member of the VIP paedophile ring operating in Westminster and is known to have had royal connections.
The site of the former Elm Guest House in BarnesScandal: The site of the former Elm Guest House in Barnes
He was desperate to have the boy working for him, even writing to his parents to ask them about taking his son on as a footman. Hayman said the boy would need winter clothes.
The parents never found out how Hayman knew their son.
But the source said: “They knew there was something wrong.”
The parents were so concerned by Hayman’s approach that they attempted to stop their son working for him, the family friend explained.
Exaro has established that the boy’s parents intervened to stop him going to Canada to work for Hayman.
Mr Watson, who has led the campaign for a full-scale inquiry into claims of child sex abuse at the heart of the Establishment, said: “In light of what we now know, any allegation of sexual crimes regarding Peter Hayman should be thoroughly investigated.
“He was protected by the Establishment at the time.
“The full extent of how his conduct was covered up has not been explained.”
Leon Brittan MPMP: Leon Brittan felt it would not be practical to carry out a detailed investigation
The parents and their son have declined to comment on the allegations.
But the revelations link Buckingham Palace to a paedophile network of MPs and powerful figures that operated over many years in the UK.
Palace officials have already been linked to the notorious brothel the Elm Guest House in South West London.
Police are investigating archives on Hayman in a bid to find his links to other Establishment paedophiles.
"An abuse survivor, known as “Nick” to protect his identity, named one of his many VIP attackers as Hayman.
Nick picked Hayman out from a collection of pictures that Exaro showed to him, placing him at abuse parties with other paedophiles.
An appendix to a review by the Home Office last year reveals one of their missing files was called: “Sir Peter Hayman (1980-81 Papers Ex-Diplomat’s Intriguing Private Life).”


A vanished file and troubling claims about Heath and young musicians: There's no smoking gun. But after a week of shocking headlines, the Mail's unearthed fresh allegations
Edward Heath was linked to allegations of historic paedophile abuse early this week
Claims have also been made of a cover-up by members of the British political establishment
A file related to Heath and Paedophile Information Exchange group discovered missing
Now new sex allegations have emerged centring on European Community Youth Orchestra

By RICHARD PENDLEBURY and STEPHEN WRIGHT FOR THE DAILY MAIL

PUBLISHED: 00:43, 8 August 2015 | UPDATED: 00:56, 8 August 2015
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3189951/A-vanished-file-troubl ing-claims-Heath-young-musicians-s-no-smoking-gun-week-shocking-headli nes-Mail-s-unearthed-fresh-allegations.html

The late spring of 1978, and in a sunlit rehearsal hall a stout, shirt-sleeved figure, familiar from a quite different setting, is conducting a new orchestra of young musicians.

Roaring and flailing as his proteges run through Ode To Joy from Beethoven’s 9th Symphony, former British prime minister Edward Heath is clearly in his element.

‘That’s much better strings … much better!’ he enthuses. Afterwards, he tells a television crew which had been filming the event: ‘The orchestra here has a saying — “Tell them the Community isn’t only about the price of fish: it is about Beethoven and Brahms.”’

An odd comment you might think, if you did not know the political context. The ensemble in question was the European Community Youth Orchestra, and it was about to embark on its inaugural tour of EEC capitals. It was to be a flagship for pan-European cultural co-operation.

The 135 musicians, some of whom were as young as 14, were drawn from the then nine member nations. Heath, an enthusiastic amateur musician who had led the United Kingdom into the European Community five years before, was the orchestra’s founding president. He would also be its guest conductor for that tour and several tours to come.

Today, the orchestra he helped found — now named the European Union Youth Orchestra — goes from strength to strength. But the reputation of the man himself, who died aged 89 in 2005, is being posthumously trashed. Early this week, Heath’s name was formally attached to the wide-ranging allegations of historic paedophile abuse and cover-up by members of the British political establishment.

Within days he had become the focus of investigations by no fewer than seven different police forces examining historic allegations — Hampshire, Jersey, Kent, Wiltshire, Thames Valley, Gloucestershire and the Metropolitan Police — after it was claimed that the early 1990s trial of a Wiltshire brothel madam was dropped when she threatened to claim in court that rent boys had been supplied to the ex-prime minister. The Independent Police Complaints Commission is to examine the allegation, made by a former senior police officer.

Seven police forces are investigating after it was claimed that the early 1990s trial of brothel madam Ling-Ling was dropped when she threatened to claim in court that rent boys had been supplied to the ex-prime minister

The barrister who was to prosecute the brothel keeper — a Filipina called Myra Ling-Ling Forde — confirmed in a letter to The Times on Thursday that she had indeed made the threat, but it was not the reason the trial was halted.

Earlier in the week, it emerged that a man had also claimed that in 1961, when he was 12 years old, he had been raped by Heath at the politician’s Mayfair flat. A further allegation that Heath was part of a VIP paedophile and child murder ring that operated in London’s Dolphin Square was subsequently aired.

In an intriguing development, the Mail learned this week that a file relating to Sir Edward and the infamous Paedophile Information Exchange group is one of those missing from official Government records.

It is among 114 missing files concerning child abuse identified by an independent review of how allegations were handled by the Home Office.

The title of the missing document, ‘Edward Heath MP [redacted] RE: PIE’, refers to the activities of the Paedophile Information Exchange.

Investigators discovered that the file disappeared more than 25 years ago after being moved to a Westminster record centre. They concluded that there was no evidence of any orchestrated attempts by officials over three decades to cover up child abuse.

But the unexpected absence of the file raises questions about the exact nature of the connection between Heath and the PIE group.

The only surviving record of its existence, a brief index, suggests it is linked to an individual Parliamentary question. Officials suspect the document was destroyed during a routine purge of documents after it was moved to the Queen Anne’s Gate record centre in March 1990.

One of the most remarkable manifestations of this week’s hue and cry was the sight of a senior Wiltshire police officer making a televised appeal for ‘victims’ to come forward and ‘suffer in silence’ no longer, from outside the gates of Heath’s palatial former home in the shadow of Salisbury Cathedral.

Such grandstanding was criticised yesterday by Britain’s most senior policeman, Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, who said he did not believe Heath should have been named while unproven allegations were being investigated.

Today, we shall examine the credibility or otherwise of this ever-expanding swirl of rumour and allegation.

Suffice to say they are now being chased by internet conspiracy theorists as well as those multiple police forces — the latter anxious not to repeat the mistakes or failures which saw men such as Jimmy Savile and Cyril Smith MP go unprosecuted when there was clear and extensive evidence of paedophile activity over several decades.

In the course of the Mail’s own investigations this week, further new allegations of sexual abuse and possible official cover-up concerning Sir Edward have come to light. They centre on his relationship with the European Community Youth Orchestra.

A retired senior police officer, who served with several southern forces including Wiltshire, told the Mail that there were ‘always rumours’ about Heath, the former MP for Bexley.

The policeman — a widely respected officer with a distinguished career — asked that due to the sensitivities of the Heath investigations, he remain anonymous. He told us that the rumours did not come with any specific evidence against the former PM.

But he went on: ‘The exception were several allegations made against him in his role with the European Youth Orchestra. I understand there were credible claims that Heath indecently assaulted young people on tours to the Continent which he was leading.

‘These tours took place in the late 1970s or early 1980s.

‘It was never clear how old the victims were, or exactly what happened, and what was alleged was not at the top end of the scale of criminality.

‘Why these were never investigated I cannot say. I suspect it is because they took place overseas and the victims were from other countries.’

As Heath, the son of a carpenter, rose through the ranks of the Tory Party on the way to becoming leader, the prickly and enigmatic bachelor became the subject of gossip concerning his private life and sexual orientation. In his 1998 autobiography, The Course Of My Life, Heath intimated that he had once been close to a young woman called Kay Raven. Separated by war service and work, he explained, she suddenly announced that she was marrying someone else.

Heath wrote: ‘I was saddened by this … I had taken too much for granted.’

This was the only suggestion of a close personal relationship.

Others believed that he was in fact homosexual but had suppressed his inclinations in order to advance his career, given that homosexual acts between two consenting adult men over the age of 21 were only decriminalised in 1967.

By then Heath had turned 50 years of age, had been an MP for 17 years and Leader of the Opposition for two. Britain was not ready for an openly gay MP, let alone prime minister.

A 1993 biography, published while Heath was alive, explored the subject but decided there was no ‘positive evidence’ that Heath was gay.

After his death, others were bolder. In 2007, Brian Colemen, a gay Tory member of the London Assembly, alleged that in the 1950s Heath had been warned by police to stop picking up men in public lavatories, though he did not produce evidence to support the allegation.

Yet Heath’s official biographer, Philip Ziegler, wrote that he found there was no evidence of homosexual leanings. In fact, the politician could well have been ‘asexual’.

What is not disputed is Heath’s love of music. Critics said that his attempts to master playing the organ and conducting an orchestra betrayed his chilly self-importance. (Two of his eight Desert Island disc choices were recordings of his own conducting, and when on an official visit to Rome, he gave as a present to the Pope recordings of himself with the London Symphony Orchestra.)

After losing power in 1974, Heath continued to explore ways of combining his politics with his music. The solution came in the form of the Youth Orchestra, which was first mooted in 1976. ‘I had long felt the need for the Community to extend its activities beyond political and commercial affairs,’ he wrote in his autobiography. ‘This is possible with music because it is a single common language.’

Auditions were held in the autumn of 1977, with Heath on the panel of judges. More than 1,000 young Britons aged between 13 and 22 applied for a place. In the end, they made up almost one-third of the complement of the first orchestra.

At each concert in that first tour, Heath conducted the overture, which consisted of the national anthem of the host country and the anthem of Europe, Ode To Joy.

So could he have assaulted some of the young musicians, as the former police officer suggested this week?

The Mail has contacted a number of British former members of the early orchestra, none of whom recalled being aware of anything untoward involving their famous conductor.

One violinist who joined at its inception described Heath as a remote figure whose Special Branch protection officers discouraged the young musicians from approaching him off stage.

Of course, Heath being a very private man did not mean he was necessarily hiding an outrageous secret. Nor did being gay mean that he had a predilection for underage boys. Indeed, much of what has been alleged this week is questionable in the extreme. But that is not to say there may not be some truth in some of the allegations.

Former Fleet Street journalist Alun Rees, who spent 20 years investigating the PIE, told this newspaper that Heath’s name had appeared in a dossier of Westminster paedophiles compiled by the controversial Tory MP Geoffrey Dickens, who made a number of allegations about sex abuse among the political elite during the 1980s.

Meanwhile, award-winning local journalist Don Hale, long-time editor of the Bury Messenger, says that he was approached in 1984 by Labour Party grandee and child protection campaigner Barbara Castle, with what he understood to be a feature from the Magpie magazine published by the PIE group.

It was, he told us this week, ‘about Heath offering weekend trips for boys from Jersey on his yacht. Heath had a number of racing craft named Morning Cloud.

‘She deliberately showed me this and asked what I thought. I was a little confused and asked her “You don’t mean [this is true]?” — and she nodded, and said yes.’

Again, not conclusive.

Heath took up competitive yachting in the mid-Sixties, on the advice of Tory image-makers who wanted him to have public interests which went beyond classical music.

As the Mail reported this week, the timeline of his involvement with sailing undermines the claims of the man previously mentioned who says he was raped in 1961 by Heath in a London flat in which yachting pictures were hung on the walls. Heath did not take up the sport until years after the alleged rape.

Allegations that Heath may have taken boys aboard his yacht now appear to be at the centre of the Jersey police interest in him.


Ocean wave: At the helm of his yacht Morning Cloud in 1975, months after being ousted as Tory leader

A public inquiry into historic abuse of children within the island’s residential care system began last year. A police investigation had recorded 553 alleged offences, more than half of which were committed at Haut de la Garenne Children’s Home.

The internet is now awash with sensational allegations that Heath invited boys from Haut de la Garenne for pleasure trips on his boat. Once aboard, they were abused and, the more outre accusers say, murdered and their bodies thrown overboard.

Yesterday’s Daily Mirror carried a report about a woman named Linda Corby, who claims that in the early 1970s she saw 11 boys aged between six and 11 — from the notorious Haut de la Garenne home — board Heath’s yacht, but that when they returned hours later from a sailing trip, only ten children disembarked.

Ms Corby, an author, claimed that when she went to the police to make a statement a few days later, along with a local politician who had also been a witness, officers told her ‘someone above’ had told them not to investigate.

It is not clear if there is any independent evidence to back up her claim.

One person who could not be relied upon to give truthful evidence is the woman who sparked this week’s furore, the former Salisbury brothel keeper ‘Madame Ling-Ling’, who is alleged to have threatened to expose the former prime minister as a paedophile — a suggestion she denies.

She was once described by a judge as being a ‘thoroughly unscrupulous’ person, when she was jailed for forcing children as young as 13 to work after school in her brothel, a mile from Sir Edward’s mansion, which he bought in 1985.

A former associate of Madame Ling-Ling called her a ‘compulsive liar’.

Yesterday, Myra Ling-Ling Forde — aka Madame Ling-Ling — confirmed she was due to be interviewed by Scotland Yard detectives. Speaking outside her flat in North-West London, she went on to claim that she had a cache of papers containing ‘all the names’ which she would make available to investigators.

The 67-year-old initially said she had been told not to speak about the scandal.

She continued: ‘I was told strictly by my solicitor, because I can’t — I am going to be interviewed by Scotland Yard.’

Asked if the interview was in connection with the Ted Heath probe, she replied: ‘Yes.’

‘They will know everything because of the papers’, she continued. ‘Not newspapers. Papers from the trial. I have them all in a pile, a pile of papers from when I went to court. All the names and everything.’

Sir Edward Heath (pictured as leader of the Conservative party in the 1960's) was a very private man but that did not mean he was necessarily hiding an outrageous secret
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Sir Edward Heath (pictured as leader of the Conservative party in the 1960's) was a very private man but that did not mean he was necessarily hiding an outrageous secret

One is minded to believe that when she was facing trial in 1992, she brought the rough and ready survival instincts of the Manila back streets from which she emerged to bear on a sleepy English cathedral city and a famous man who had long been a target of rumour. And yet now those rumours won’t go away.

A few days ago, a second retired police officer contacted this newspaper. Though because of the sensitive nature of the unfolding investigation he did not want to be named, he recalled being at a CID course at the Hendon police college in June 1978 — the time that Heath was embarking on the first youth orchestra tour.

His class was being addressed by a lawyer from the office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (then Sir Thomas Hetherington).

The speaker having invited questions from the floor, one officer, known to be a detective sergeant in Special Branch — the police arm of the security services — stood up and asked: ‘As we have a file on Edward Heath, why hasn’t he been prosecuted for young boys?’

The man from the DPP hastily ducked the question, the former detective recalls.

This week, the questions about Sir Edward Heath came thick and fast. Yet it should be reiterated that nothing which has yet been unearthed amounts to solid evidence that the former Tory leader committed any offences whatsoever.

Now, with seven police forces investigating historic claims, we must wait to see what other allegations will be levelled against this enigmatic man.

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I jumped onto a neighbouring pontoon. Meanwhile, the weighty Mr Heath calmly shifted himself to the rising side of the tilting pontoon, as did the people swirling round him. Slowly, the pontoon righted itself. People laughed nervously. But Mr Heath remained impassive, as if nothing had happened - not a flicker of an expression. The former prime minister then clambered on board a large white motor cruiser. He exchanged a few words with people near him, but otherwise remained absorbed by the yachts and his own thoughts - a lonely, isolated man. I could see him eying my camera suspiciously as I took my pictures. He looked ill at ease. But I was able to take a striking shot of him in profile.'

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ANDREW BROWN
Monday 12 August 1996
Edward Heath sees bright side of the Moonies
Andrew Brown on the strange case of the ex-PM and the religious sect
http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/edward-heath-sees-bright-side-of-t he-moonies-1309411.html

Edward Heath
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People are being beastly about Sir Edward Heath again, and for once it is not his opinions but his enviable collection of banknotes that is at the root of the matter.
Last week he spoke at a conference sponsored by the Moonies, or the Unification Church as they prefer to be known. For a 20-minute speech on family values in the 21st century he was paid pounds 35,000. The fee is not as generous as it may seem, though: the recipient must not only deliver his own speech, but sit through two days of other people's speeches on the same subject.

But was it enough to justify an association with the Moonies? Sir Edward has been ferociously attacked for "lending respectability" to the sect. The term "Moonie" has entered the language as meaning a brainwashed, bright- eyed zombie. All the natural instincts of the British are repelled by the thought of lending support to something at once so ridiculous and sinister.

Sun Myung Moon, the founder and leader of the sect, was banned last year from Britain by Michael Howard on the grounds that his presence "would not be conducive to the public good".

None of this seems to bother Sir Edward at all: last week's performance was his fourth at a Moonie-sponsored conference. Nor does it bother many of his fellows on the Jobbing World Statesman (retired) circuit. From Al Haig to Albert Reynolds, many of his peers have been happy to deliver platitudes for large sums at conferences organised by the Moonies.

I think they are quite right to do so (and not just because I once benefited from a Moonie freebie when I worked on the Spectator). Apart from the general presumption of innocence which must attach to anyone whom Michael Howard chooses to bully, there are other reasons for regarding Moon and his followers as harmless. Admittedly, their beliefs, so far as they can be understood, are wacky, but that is no reason for cutting them off from society. Sun Myung Moon thinks he is the Messiah; Sir Edward thinks he was a great Prime Minister. Why is one and not the other regarded as insane?

By the standards of Korean religion, Moon is not that wacky at all. South Korea is probably the home of more and wackier religions than anywhere outside the United States, and many are huge by Western standards - Paul Yonghi Cho, a Korean Presbyterian who performed at Wembley Arena last year, claims to have a congregation of 750,000 at his Seoul church. Mr Moon does not, so far as I know, promise that his followers will become miraculously prosperous if they give him money, as many Pentecostalist preachers do.

He does not promise his followers that God will save a family member of the donor's choice from everlasting damnation for a small consideration, as Morris Cerullo has done.

No doubt the Moonies have caused harm to some of their members and brought misery to some families - though the definitive study of their organisation found that 98 per cent of those converted left within two years. "The really surprising thing is how unshocking most of their morality is," says William Shaw, a broadcaster who spent a year infiltrating cults and is currently presenting the Cult Fiction series on BBC Radio Five Live. "Most Moonies embrace a morality which would make them acceptable in the most genteel Anglican social."

But that still leaves open the question of how best to deal with the destructive tendencies that can emerge in any religion. And here, I believe, Sir Edward has a message for the world.

The religions which go mad and sour are not those which are irrational, but those whose organising tendencies are not constantly checked and balanced by contact with the mess and disorder of the world outside. Ostracising them will only encourage them to shrink into a tiny self-contained hate- filled world that finally explodes, like the Aum Shinrikyo cult in Tokyo. And who better to remind the Moonies that they might be boring, ridiculous and irrelevant than the Jobbing World Statesmen (retired) like Sir Edward? Unless perhaps Michael Howard were available.

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Edward Heath child abuse: Prison officer in North Yorkshire claims former prime minister abused him
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Edward Heath did not commit any crimes and nor was he the victim of one in North Yorkshire, police have said (Getty)
Sir Edward Heath has reportedly been accused of abusing a prison officer in North Yorkshire but cleared of committing any crimes in the region. The former Conservative prime minister, who died in 2005 aged 89, is accused of sexually abusing children and is said to be one of the figures being investigated under Operation Midland into claims boys were abused by politicians and other powerful men at locations across southern England and in London in the 1970s and 1980s.

Five police forces – the Metropolitan Police in London and ones in Wiltshire, Jersey, Hampshire and Kent – launched their own inquiries into suspected child abuse including claims the former Tory leader raped a 12-year-old boy in 1961.

North Yorkshire police has confirmed that while Heath did not commit crimes there, Wiltshire Police is handling a complaint that he abused a prison officer. "Following a comprehensive search of force systems, North Yorkshire Police can confirm that nothing was found to designate Edward Heath as either a suspect or a victim of crime in North Yorkshire," the police force said in a statement. "One piece of intelligence held in relation to Mr Heath, though not connected to the North Yorkshire area, has been passed to Wiltshire Police as the force leading the investigation into the deceased former prime minister."

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EDWARD HEATH’S FORMER SECRETARY SHOT HIMSELF AFTER CHILD ABUSE ARREST
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An ex-aide of former Tory Prime Minister, Sir Edward Heath, shot himself in the head following his arrest for potential child abuse offences. Two days after being questioned by police investigating images on his computer, 40-year-old Nick Edgar killed himself near his parents’ Cambridgeshire estate.

The Sun reports the father of three, who worked as Sir Edward Heath’s Private Secretary in the 1990s, was held by police investigating child abuse crimes in April 2010. Having been questioned again four months later, Edgar shot himself with a shotgun near his parents’ home.

The former Oxford University Union president started working with Sir Edward in 1992 when he was in his early 20s. He worked as his Private Secretary for several years, spending months at the former Prime Minister’s Wiltshire home.

Edgar did not attend Sir Edward’s funeral in 2005, and a member of the Sir Edward Heath Charitable Foundation yesterday told The Sun that after they parted ways Heath had little to do with Edgar who moved to West London. He added:

“They had a working relationship in the nineties but hadn’t spoken in years after that stopped. His crimes that police were investigating are in no way linked to Sir Edward.”

As Breitbart London has reported, seven police forces across Britain are looking into historic child sex abuse allegations made against Sir Edward himself, who died in 2005 aged 89.

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Sir Edward Heath abused boy of 14 at London party, says Jimmy Savile's nephew
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Jimmy Savile's nephew today claimed that a male friend was abused by Sir Edward Heath.

Guy Marsden said the friend was just 14 at the time and the alleged sex attack on him happened at a party in London during the Seventies.

Six police forces are now investigating child sex allegations involving Conservative former Prime Minister Sir Edward, who died in 2005. The Independent Police Complaints Commission has launched its own inquiry into an alleged cover-up.

Mr Marsden, 61, said he and three friends aged 13 to 16 were ferried across London from flat to flat, where sexual abuse took place. He said police are aware of the allegations by his friend, who is now married with two children and wishes to remain anonymous.

The roofer, from Leeds, added: “The four of us would arrive at these parties together, then my friend would disappear. I didn’t think much of it at the time, though I knew it was weird.

“He’d be gone for a while, led away by a man, then he’d be back. I knew there was stuff going on but didn’t know the extent of it until much later.

“I am in touch with my friend and he has told me what they did to him and it’s just horrific, absolutely unbelievable stuff. He would sometimes leave the house we were at then get driven round to some other place. Hours later he’d be back. At that time we never really asked where he had been.

“He later told us that Ted Heath was an abuser but that he didn’t know who he was at the time. He said it was a year after the abuse took place that he was watching TV and recognised him.” The claims come as a lawyer said a sex abuse prosecution at the centre of allegations involving Sir Edward was not dropped to protect the late PM.

Nigel Seed, QC, who was a prosecutor in the case, said a lack of witnesses led to a 1992 case against a brothel madam being discontinued. The lawyer, who now sits as a judge, said he was responsible for the decision and it “had nothing whatsoever to do with any potential allegations against Edward Heath”.

He said the defendant in the aborted trial, Myra Ling-Ling Forde, had threatened to claim during her defence that she had provided rent boys for Sir Edward. But Mr Seed added: “There was no suggestion at that stage that they were under age or anything other than male prostitutes run by her.”

Police in North Yorkshire are investigating links between Sir Edward and a known paedophile friend of serial sex abuser Savile, who died in 2011. Ex-Scarborough mayor Peter Jaconelli died in 1999 but was later exposed as a predator with links to senior Tories.

The Met’s Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe today refused to go into detail about the investigation into Sir Edward, saying only: “We take great care to preserve people’s reputations. We have to examine thoroughly any claim on behalf of a victim but we have to be fair to the suspect.”

His force has refused to say if Sir Edward features in the ongoing wider Operation Midland inquiry allegations of child abuse by senior politicians and other high-profile figures.



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Edward Heath's secret Jersey hideaway at centre of child sex abuse probe
21:20, 8 AUGUST 2015 UPDATED 09:20, 10 AUGUST 2015
BY LUCY THORNTON
The late Tory leader spent six months in the early 70s living in this luxury top floor apartment
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This is the secret penthouse hideaway in Jersey used by former Prime Minister Edward Heath, reports Lucy Thornton from Jersey for the Sunday People .

The late Tory leader, now being investigated for historical child sex abuse, spent six months in the early 70s living in this luxury top floor apartment.

The Waters Edge hotel in Bouley Bay - once considered the best on the island - was then owned by Heath’s pal, a former nurse called Mike Wavell.

Mr Wavell later became President of the Defence Committee, in charge of Jersey’s police force.

Heath loved the isolated area so much he went on to moor his yacht off the cliffs of Bouley Bay and returned to the hotel in the weeks before he died in 2005.

A local resident, who did not wish to be named, confirmed: “Ted Heath stayed at the Waters Edge Hotel penthouse for six months in the early 70s.

“He was recovering from an operation and spent time in the Black Dog pub next door.”

Seven police forces in the UK are now investigating Heath, including Jersey.

In recent years the island has been rocked by claims of historic abuse in several children’s homes.

SWNSJersey child abuseHome from hell: Haut de la Garenne
A public inquiry is ongoing into allegations of sexual abuse and beatings. It is expected to report back at the start of 2016.

Pervert Jimmy Savile was another regular visitor to the island and there are claims he took vulnerable youngsters from a children’s home to the yachts of rich paedophiles.

This week Linda Corby told how she stood with another local politician, Ralph Vibert, who has since died and watched as 11 children got onto Heath’s yacht, the ‘Morning Cloud’.

Later that day they left St Helier Yacht club and they travelled to Bouley Bay and watched the youngsters get off again.

She said after another head count they realised only ten had returned.

GettyEdward Heath, on his yacht Morning CloudBoat trip: Edward Heath on his yacht, the Morning Cloud
Mrs Corby told how Jersey police officers refused to investigate their statements after orders “from above” - thought to be the Defence Committee.

Although she says there could be an innocent explanation for what she saw in the 70s, she is furious an investigation was never carried out.

Linda, 62, said: “I’d heard the owners of the Waters Edge Hotel at the time were goods friends with Ted Heath, that’s why he stayed there.

“He was always in Bouley Bay. Everyone knew he stayed there.”

SWNSLinda Korby and husband BrianWorry: Linda with husband Brian
Her husband, Brian, added: “I didn’t see him but I often used to see his yacht, the Morning Cloud in St Helier in the 70’s.”

Ted Heath’s love affair with Bouley Bay appeared to have turned sour just before his death when he demanded to return home after another extended visit because he was feeling “lonely”.

In his autobiography it reveals how an entire floor was opened up for him in the winter months – seven months before his death in July the following year.

Heath, who was struggling to read, complained not many people came to see him in Jersey and said he was bored.

He then returned home to Salisbury just before Christmas and died the following summer.

The then five-star hotel, cherished by Heath, is now only a three-star and due to close for good in 50 days time.

The hotel overlooks the French coast and boasts one of the “most spectacular views in Jersey”.

The penthouse was then decorated in an Art Deco style, with the large king-sized bed covered with a plush red blanket.

Ted Heath's flat in JerseySwish: Heath's bedroom
The fourth floor penthouse had a private balcony, a walk-in closet and was made of eighty per cent glazing overlooking the quiet bay.

In the local area there was just the one hotel and one pub, with no shops or houses nearby.

The hotel’s owner, Mike Wavell, welcomed many celebs who wanted private trips away, including the Beatles.

Mr Wavell died in 2011 and his obituaries were full of praise for his charitable work.

They revealed how Mr Wavell was an orphan, raised by his two sisters who fostered children.

He went onto run the Guardian Nursing Agency on the island and shared a love of music with Mr Heath.

The Methodist spent 18 years as a member of Jersey’s parliament becoming the equivalent of our Home Secretary.

He and his wife, adopted a daughter in Sri Lanka and when the tsunami struck in 2004 he help set up a charity to help rebuild the country shattered infrastructure.

He was 64 years old when he died of cancer.

Sir Edward, who was Conservative prime minister from 1970 to 1974, died aged 89 in 2005 at his home in Salisbury.

The Met, Wiltshire, Kent, Jersey, Thames Valley, Gloucestershire and Hampshire forces are conducting separate inquiries into the late MP.

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Ted Heath 'stopped cottaging for gay sex to protect his career', says Tory MP
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He led the Tories to a surprise General Election victory over Labour, took Britain into Europe and lost power after failing to beat the unions over the three-day week. But Sir Edward Heath might never have had a stint in 10 Downing Street had he not heeded advice to stop 'cottaging' for gay sex. For he was warned in the 1950s that cruising for homosexual encounters could destroy his political career. Sir Edward, a lifelong bachelor who died in 2005, always refused to comment on his sexuality. But Brian Coleman, a senior Tory member of the London Assembly, has claimed the ex-Prime Minister had actively sought gay sex in public places. He said it was 'common knowledge' among Conservatives that Sir Edward had been given a stern warning by police when he underwent background checks for the for the post of Privy Councillor. In an internet article for the New Stateman magazine, Mr Coleman claimed that gay men had run the Conservative Party in the capital for years, whether as officials, councillors or volunteers. He wrote that Britain 'had managed for decades with gay men holding a significant number of public offices'. Mr Coleman, who is gay himself, added: 'The late Ted Heath managed to obtain the highest office of state after he was supposedly advised to cease his cottaging activities in the Fifties when he became a Privy Councillor.' Sir Edward, a world-class yachtsman, endured a torrid time as Prime Minister after winning power in 1970. He took office promising to be 'tough on pay and tough on unions'. But following endless powercuts, a three-day working week and a pay freeze against the background of the 1970s oil crisis, he was humiliated after being defeated in the snap General Election of 1974. Derek Conway, Sir Edward's successor as Tory MP for Old Bexley and Sidcup, denied there had been any hint of impropriety in his private life. He said: 'Ted was absolutely wedded to politics. He didn't have a great deal of personal companionship in his life but there are people who are capable of getting on with their lives without companionship.' Mr Coleman made his claim in an article that complained about gay men in public life often being 'outed' by others against their will. Senior police chiefs, cathedral deans and Tory MPs now regularly feature in the gay press, he said. He wrote: 'I once asked the late Baroness Blatch as she tried to position herself to inherit the anti-gay crusade of Baroness Young exactly who she thought ran the Conservative Party in London? 'When she looked at me blankly I replied 'the gay men of course' and certainly a huge percentage of Conservative councillors, professional staff and association officers are gay.' He said the practice of 'outing' public figures was carried out by tabloid newspapers to 'discourage thousands of men' from standing for office. He cited disgraced Liberal Democrat Mark Oaten, a former party leadership candidate, who last year announced he would resign as an MP after his sordid six-month affair with a male prostitute was exposed. Fellow Liberal Democrat leadership candidate Simon Hughes was also forced to admit he was gay after repeatedly denying the fact. But Mr Coleman said: "In my experience the only people fascinated as to who does what and to whom are other gay men. "The average voter could not care less if their Member of Parliament visits Hampstead Heath at Midnight as long as they get the holes in the road mended."

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Sir Edward Heath child abuse claims: The brothel, the former PM and police cover-up at centre of probe
22:15, 3 AUG 2015 UPDATED 09:32, 4 AUG 2015
BY TOM PETTIFOR , NICK SOMMERLAD , RUSSELL MYERS
The madam told detectives she would stand up in court and reveal lurid details of the Tory politician’s perverted sex life if she was ever charged with any offence
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A brothel keeper is at the centre of a police probe into claims former Prime Minister Ted Heath was a paedophile.

The madam, believed to have been arrested in the 1990s for running a secret sex den, told detectives she would stand up in court and reveal lurid details of the Tory politician’s perverted sex life if she was ever charged with any offence.

The woman was due to stand trial but senior officers at Wiltshire Police are believed to have intervened and immediately dropped the case against her.

The astonishing revelations emerged after a retired senior detective came forward in June 2014 to claim the allegations against Heath were never investigated to protect the ex-PM.

Heath is the most high profile political figure to be linked to child sex abuse allegations that have swept across Westminster.

The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) has announced a probe into suspicions of a wide ranging cover up.

Police have also appealed for victims, retired officers and even child abusers who may have any new information to come forward.

Labour MP Simon Danczuk, who helped unearth the abuse scandal involving former Liberal MP Cyril Smith, said: “I am not surprised that this investigation is taking place.

“There have been rumours and allegations out there for some time, and I don’t say that lightly.

“It’s now important we establish if there’s any substance to these allegations.

“There can be no cover up just because someone held high office.”

The Mirror can also reveal a second police investigation into a child sex ring linked to Heath was allegedly shut down in the 1970s.

It has been claimed that the Tory ex-leader was spotted at a house in north London where paedophiles were allegedly abusing children.

A former detective who worked on the case says that the whole investigation was halted after Heath became involved.

It is believed the retired officer is also set to reveal his concerns to the IPCC.

Labour MP Tom Watson claimed he received information relating to further allegations of child abuse involving Heath in 2012.

He said: “I received information in 2012 concerning allegations of child abuse carried out by Edward Heath and a separate claim concerning Heath was made to me subsequently.

“I passed them both to the police, who have confirmed to me that at least one of those allegations is being investigated and taken seriously.”

It comes after a 64-year-old man, who worked as a rent boy and was himself later convicted of child sex crimes, claims Heath picked him up in a Jaguar car on the A2 road near Welling, Kent, before taking him to a Park Lane apartment and sexually assaulting him.

Heath, a lifelong bachelor who never married, was Prime Minister from 1970-1974 and died in 2005.

He was plagued by constant accusations and innuendo about his sexual orientation due to his single lifestyle and terse relationships with women.

Wiltshire Police have made an appeal for further potential victims and even paedophiles to come forward if they have evidence against Heath.

It is understood police are seeking information about the alleged cover up from officers in the force and may even interview retired detectives.

Police security teams who protected Heath during and after his political career are also likely to be questioned.

A spokesman for the force said: “Sir Edward Heath has been named in relation to offences concerning children.

“He lived in Salisbury for many years and we would like to hear from anyone who has any relevant information that may assist us in our enquiries or anyone who believes they may have been a victim.

“If there is evidence of offences having been committed we will ensure that , if possible, those responsible are held to account through a thorough and detailed investigation.

“This includes any other parties who are identified as having been involved in child sex abuse.”

The emergence of a full scale investigation into Heath’s background and potential secret double life is sending shock waves throughout the political class in the wake of the ongoing Child Abuse Inquiry, following allegations of a paedophile network operating throughout Westminster.

Sources close to the inquiry suggest authorities were long concerned that Heath had a “penchant for young boys”, although no evidence has until now been presented publicly.

Rumours also circulated how vile disgraced paedophile Jimmy Savile would also procure boys for Heath who would take them on his yacht Morning Cloud.

Heath, an intensely private man, always kept his counsel and never commented on such matters.

One piece of evidence sure to be investigated by the IPCC probe, however, is an admission by Tim Fortescue, a senior whip in Heath’s government between 1970 and 1973, who boasted he could cover up a “scandal involving small boys”.

The astonishing confession concerning members of Parliament was made in a 1995 BBC documentary titled Westminster’s Secret Service.

Mr Fortescue said: “For anyone with any sense, who was in trouble, would come to the whips and tell them the truth, and say ‘now, I’m in a jam, can you help?’

“It might be debt, it might be a scandal involving small boys, or any kind of scandal in which, a member seemed likely to be mixed up in, they’d come and ask if we could help and if we could, we did.”

Mr Fortescue was an MP from 1966 until he resigned in 1973. He died in September 2008.

The tide of allegations now pursuing Heath in death are certain to destroy his legacy and further ignite the rumours that followed him in life.

Chief Executive of the NSPCC, Peter Wanless said: “It’s important that people who believe they have been victims of abuse have the confidence to speak out knowing that their voices will be listened to.

“Whether abuse happened in the past, or is occurring today, whether those being accused are authority figures or not, allegations of crimes against children must be investigated thoroughly.

“While some people wait years before speaking out, we would urge them to act quickly so they can get help as soon as possible.

"Our trained helpline counsellors are always on duty round the clock to listen and provide assistance.”

An IPCC spokesman said: “It is alleged that a criminal prosecution was not pursued, when a person threatened to expose that Sir Edward Heath may have been involved in offences concerning children.

“In addition to this allegation, the IPCC will examine whether Wiltshire Police subsequently took any steps to investigate these claims.”

A statement issued by the Sir Edward Heath Charitable Foundation said: “We welcome the investigation by Wiltshire Police, which we wholeheartedly believe will clear Sir Edward’s name and we will cooperate fully with the police in their inquiries.”




Ted Heath 'stopped cottaging for gay sex to protect his career', says Tory MP
By IAN DRURY

Last updated at 18:53 24 April 2007
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-450412/Ted-Heath-stopped-cotta ging-gay-sex-protect-career-says-Tory-MP.html

He led the Tories to a surprise General Election victory over Labour, took Britain into Europe and lost power after failing to beat the unions over the three-day week.

But Sir Edward Heath might never have had a stint in 10 Downing Street had he not heeded advice to stop 'cottaging' for gay sex.

For he was warned in the 1950s that cruising for homosexual encounters could destroy his political career.

Sir Edward, a lifelong bachelor who died in 2005, always refused to comment on his sexuality.

But Brian Coleman, a senior Tory member of the London Assembly, has claimed the ex-Prime Minister had actively sought gay sex in public places.

He said it was 'common knowledge' among Conservatives that Sir Edward had been given a stern warning by police when he underwent background checks for the for the post of Privy Councillor.

In an internet article for the New Stateman magazine, Mr Coleman claimed that gay men had run the Conservative Party in the capital for years, whether as officials, councillors or volunteers.

He wrote that Britain 'had managed for decades with gay men holding a significant number of public offices'.

Mr Coleman, who is gay himself, added: 'The late Ted Heath managed to obtain the highest office of state after he was supposedly advised to cease his cottaging activities in the Fifties when he became a Privy Councillor.'

Sir Edward, a world-class yachtsman, endured a torrid time as Prime Minister after winning power in 1970. He took office promising to be 'tough on pay and tough on unions'.

But following endless powercuts, a three-day working week and a pay freeze against the background of the 1970s oil crisis, he was humiliated after being defeated in the snap General Election of 1974.

Derek Conway, Sir Edward's successor as Tory MP for Old Bexley and Sidcup, denied there had been any hint of impropriety in his private life.

He said: 'Ted was absolutely wedded to politics. He didn't have a great deal of personal companionship in his life but there are people who are capable of getting on with their lives without companionship.'

Mr Coleman made his claim in an article that complained about gay men in public life often being 'outed' by others against their will.

Senior police chiefs, cathedral deans and Tory MPs now regularly feature in the gay press, he said.

He wrote: 'I once asked the late Baroness Blatch as she tried to position herself to inherit the anti-gay crusade of Baroness Young exactly who she thought ran the Conservative Party in London?

'When she looked at me blankly I replied 'the gay men of course' and certainly a huge percentage of Conservative councillors, professional staff and association officers are gay.'

He said the practice of 'outing' public figures was carried out by tabloid newspapers to 'discourage thousands of men' from standing for office.

He cited disgraced Liberal Democrat Mark Oaten, a former party leadership candidate, who last year announced he would resign as an MP after his sordid six-month affair with a male prostitute was exposed.

Fellow Liberal Democrat leadership candidate Simon Hughes was also forced to admit he was gay after repeatedly denying the fact.

But Mr Coleman said: "In my experience the only people fascinated as to who does what and to whom are other gay men.

"The average voter could not care less if their Member of Parliament visits Hampstead Heath at Midnight as long as they get the holes in the road mended."

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Group of women who say they were abused by Sir Edward Heath also claim their parents ran a satanic sex cult that was involved in SIXTEEN child murders
They say that the cult regularly slaughtered children as ritual sacrifices in church
The woman claim that the former prime minister was part of a paedophile ring
If the allegations are true it would make the cult the worst child murderers in British history
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They say that the cult regularly slaughtered children as ritual sacrifices in church
The woman claim that the former prime minister was part of a paedophile ring
If the allegations are true it would make the cult the worst child murderers in British history
By REBECCA CAMBER FOR THE DAILY MAIL
PUBLISHED: 00:53, 20 February 2017 | UPDATED: 02:23, 21 February 2017

A group of women who say Sir Edward Heath abused them as children have also accused their parents of being involved in up to 16 murders.

The farce came as police probe incredible claims that the former prime minister was linked to a paedophile ring that killed as many as 16 children – which would make them the worst child murderers in British history.

The seemingly far-fetched allegations have been made by a family who allege that the politician was part of a satanic sex cult run by their own parents.

A group of women who say Sir Edward Heath abused them as children have also accused their parents of being involved in up to 16 murders
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A group of women who say Sir Edward Heath abused them as children have also accused their parents of being involved in up to 16 murders

Police are probing incredible claims that the former prime minister was linked to a paedophile ring that killed as many as 16 children
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Police are probing incredible claims that the former prime minister was linked to a paedophile ring that killed as many as 16 children

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They say that the cult regularly slaughtered children as ritual sacrifices in churches and forests around southern England and also participated in similar ceremonies in Africa.

They claim their mother and father – who is said to have known the former Conservative leader – were responsible for slaughtering children ranging from babies to teenagers – yet they evaded justice.

The paedophile ring – which they say Sir Edward was part of – stabbed, tortured and maimed youngsters in churches and burnt babies in satanic orgies before men, women and children gorged themselves on blood and body parts, police have been told.


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But there is no suggestion that Sir Edward killed any children himself in the women’s accounts

If the bizarre allegations were to be proved, the parents who allegedly led the killings would be responsible for murdering more children than Fred and Rose West.

They would also be on a par with Thomas Hamilton, who shot dead 16 children in the 1996 Dunblane school massacre.

The women’s lurid claims were dismissed by police in 1989 when they came forward. Sir Edward’s name was never mentioned to police at the time. It was only last year that he was named for the first time after one of the claimants said she had ‘remembered’ a man called ‘Ed’ was a prime mover in a network of paedophile abusers.

But there is no suggestion that Sir Edward killed any children himself in the women’s accounts.

Wiltshire Police have spent more than a year investigating the allegations as part of an inquiry that has cost taxpayers over £883,431 and irretrievably tarnished the reputation of the unmarried politician, who died in 2005, aged 89.

Last night Sir Edward’s godson, Lincoln Seligman, said: ‘I understand that these claims from the 1980s were at the time dismissed as complete fantasy by police. It is disappointing that these wild allegations have been reheated and randomly attached to Edward Heath’s name.’

A Wiltshire Police spokesman said: ‘We are not prepared to discuss this as this is an on-going investigation.’

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The godson of Sir Edward Heath reacted angrily yesterday after it was claimed that a police chief is ‘120 per cent’ sure that sex abuse allegations against the former prime minister are genuine.

Wiltshire Chief Constable Mike Veale was reported to believe child abuse allegations against the late politician – which include lurid tales of satanic child slaughter – are ‘totally convincing’.

Mr Veale, whose force has been investigating the claims for 18 months, is also said to believe that Sir Edward was a paedophile whose crimes were covered up.

Police have established that, contrary to claims that Sir Edward could not have committed the crimes because he never drove a car and always had a police driver with him, he did drive and once had a car.

But the claims have infuriated Sir Edward’s godson, who dismissed it as a ‘PR hustle of some sort’ by the Wiltshire force ahead of an official report into the investigation. Lincoln Seligman, who has described the probe as a ‘witch-hunt’, has questioned how police can say the allegations are true, just on the basis that he may have driven a car.

Yesterday Mr Veale said: ‘The legal role of the police service is to, on behalf of the public, impartially investigate allegations without fear or favour, and go where the evidence takes us.’

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