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Child rapists, paedophiles and a care worker who sexually abused a mental patient all let off by police - because they said SORRY
Hundreds of sex offenders let off with community resolution orders
Deals allow criminals to avoid the courts by making an apology to victims
20 orders given to people who raped children aged under 13
MP calls for Government review, asking: 'How on Earth did this happen?'


Child rapists, kidnappers and perverts caught with child abuse images have been allowed to walk free by the police - because they said they were sorry.
Hundreds of sex offenders have been let off the hook because they apologised to their victims and the police for their actions, according to figures obtained by MailOnline.
The government is facing calls to halt the use of controversial use of the resolution orders, with MPs demanding to know: 'How on earth has this happened?'

Figures obtained through Freedom of Information laws reveal people arrested on suspicion of rape, child rape, creating child porn, child abduction and sexually abusing a mental patient escaped prosecution by apologising.
The use of community resolution orders or restorative justice has allowed 256,816 crimes to pass without offenders going to court in the last three-and-a-half years.
The orders were brought in to allow youths and first-time offenders to avoid a criminal record and get their lives back on track.

But there is growing concern that they are now being used for 'the most perverse and sickening crimes'.
Shocking figures from 38 of England and Wales' police forces show resolution orders were used in 30 rape cases, including 21 involving children.

Another community resolution order was given to a care worker in the West Midlands who caused a mental patient to engage in a penetrative sex act.
Five other orders involved kidnap or abduction, 75 were for sexually assaulting young children, and 284 sexual assaults were passed off with an apology.
Conservative MP Nick de Bois, who sits on the Commons justice committee, said he would be calling on the Government to review the orders.
He said: 'It's shocking that offenders who admit to serious criminal offences are being offered the chance to say sorry and walk away from answering in a court of law for their crimes.'
'The community resolution order was designed for very low-level offences, not for some of the most perverse and sickening crimes.
'I know that victims are meant to give their consent to these orders before they can be implemented but this would be at a time when they may be under the most distressing of circumstances.
'Frankly this is not good enough and just saying "sorry" should not even be on option.
'I would expect the Government to review these orders and establish why they have been used for suspected sex crimes. I expect the Government to stamp down on this and ask: "How on earth has this happened?".'
Thousands of suspects of violent crimes also evaded proper justice, as did scores of cases of theft and criminal damage.
At least two cases of bomb hoaxers were let off with an apology.
Community resolution orders were introduced so victims could be involved in the justice process.
The orders are often used when shoplifters are caught in the act, or to punish youths so they do not get a criminal record.
An apology has to be accepted by the victim, and the person who receives the order may have to do some form of community service.

The figures provided by 38 police forces in England and Wales relate to community resolution orders and restorative justice, both of which involve the victim of the crime accepting an apology.
Adam Pemberton, Assistant Chief Executive for the charity Victim Support said:
'Community resolutions are not for serious crimes such as rape or child abuse; they are only supposed to be used for minor offences.
'The priority for victims and witnesses is not only that justice is seen to be done, but that it is seen to work. Victims want to know they will get justice and that a criminal will not commit the same crime again.
'Victims should be put first and their view must be taken into account before a community remedy is used – and only after it has been properly explained to them. They often lack confidence in the practicality, robustness and delivery of community sentences.
'Community resolution should never be used to simply cut corners or save money – else victims may feel like the offender has got away with it.'
The Home Office said it was up to Chief Constables to make sure community resolution orders are used in the right circumstances.
A spokesman said: 'We always expect criminals to be prosecuted and punished in accordance with the law.
'Serious crimes will continue to be progressed through the courts, where they will be met with tough sentences. In particular, conviction rates for violence against women and girls are at their highest-ever levels and sentences for rapists are longer.
'However, community resolutions can be used for some crimes where the victim does not want the police to take more formal action. They are also often used in cases of young offenders to help them face up to the impact of their behaviour.
'Chief Constables are responsible for making sure they are only used in appropriate circumstances.'
Last month Labour's shadow home secretary Yvette Cooper condemned the use of the community resolutions in domestic violence cases.
Data from 15 police forces showed that 3,305 of the resolutions were used last year – up from 1,337 in 2009.
She said in a speech: 'Community resolutions can be very effective for things like anti-social behaviour. But they shouldn't be used for violent offences, and especially not for domestic violence. That is why Labour is committed to banning their use for domestic and sexual violence.'

THE WORST SEX CRIMES GIVEN COMMUNITY RESOLUTION ORDERS
Rape of a child aged under 13: 20 orders
Rape of a child aged under 16: 1 order
Rape: 9 orders
Child prostitution or porn: 8 orders
Possession of extreme porn involving bestiality: 1 order
Sexual assault on a child aged under 13: 75 orders
Sexual activity involving a child under 16: 49 order
Sexual activity involving a child aged 13 and under: 10 orders
Care worker caused mental patient to engage in sexual activity penetration: 1 order
Sexual assault: 284 orders
Cruelty to children: 7 orders
Kidnapping or abduction: 5 orders
Sexual activity in front of child aged under 13: 2 orders


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Top Conservative MP 'revealed secrets of Bloody Sunday to Northern Irish rent boy'

The Northern Ireland lad, now 59, claims the top Tory told him of bombshell top-level decisions that led to the 1972 Bloody Sunday massacre

Former Attorney General Sir Michael Havers is today accused of passing on state secrets to a rent boy in the aftermath of a sordid sex party in Westminster.

The Northern Ireland lad, now 59, claims the top Tory told him of bombshell top-level decisions that led to the 1972 Bloody Sunday massacre.

He says Havers “squeezed” him as he told him of private discussions that made clear what Prime Minister Ted Heath thought about the Derry shootings in which 14 people died.

The former rent boy , who was then 20, said he listened in awe as Havers began spilling secrets to him just three years after the massacre following one of the debauched parties now at the centre of the Westminster MPs sex scandal.

Now a dad of four living back in Derry, he revealed: “When Sir Michael learned I left Ireland for London in the aftermath of the Bloody Sunday massacre to build a new life he was fascinated.

“And when he found out I was from Derry he was even more intrigued and started to tell me information about what went on that day and passed on details of private conversations.

“Even then, as a young man, I could not believe someone like him would disclose details like that in such an environment. Looking back, his behaviour really was extraordinary.”

The rent boy, who we are calling David, says Havers told him how he held secret conversations with Lord John Widgery, the then Lord Chief Justice of England.

It was Widgery who conducted the original – and now discredited – inquiry into the killings that took place during a protest march against internment.

“Sir Michael said Lord Widgery had told him that the Prime Minister blamed the Army for what happened,” said David.

“He said Heath had been persuaded by commanders on the ground in Derry that soldiers should be ‘sent in hard’ on the day of the march.

“The plan, Sir Michael told me, was to give ‘Derry a bloody nose, not a Bloody Sunday’. Sir Michael said Mr Heath had ‘reluctantly agreed to the plan’ and deeply regretted it.

“Sir Michael then just shrugged and said Lord Widgery had put the matter to bed. He then gave me a squeeze and said: ‘Sorry old boy’.”

Havers was to become a hate figure in the eyes of the IRA. They bombed his house in 1981 in revenge for him prosecuting the Guildford Four and the Maguire Seven.

Now these new allegations about the Attorney General, who died in 1995, raise fresh questions about his conduct during his time in office.

Havers was also Attorney General at the height of alleged sexual abuse scandal in the 1980s. And he is believed to have tried to stop Tory MP Geoffrey Dickens using parliamentary privilege to name diplomat Sir Peter Hayman as a paedophile.

Havers was accused of a “whitewash” after failing to prosecute Sir Peter, a member of the notorious Paedophile Information Exchange.

Havers’ sister Baroness Butler-Sloss was originally selected to head up the new government inquiry into the Westminster abuse claims, but has now stepped down. In a statement she said she “did not sufficiently consider” whether her family links would cause difficulties in the inquiry.

David, now an office worker, disclosed claims about Havers after telling the Sunday Mirror of his alleged ordeal within one Westminster sex ring.

He claimed that he arrived in England 40 years ago only to be blackmailed into sleeping with a number of senior Tories.

He is now planning to submit a statement to the inquiry and has met Labour MP Tom Watson who is campaigning on behalf of victims.

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Why was Scottish Savile ignored?


The Scottish Government ignored calls from one of its own advisers to launch an investigation into a high-profile paedophile ring operating in Edinburgh.

Dr Sarah Nelson revealed five years ago that she had uncovered an abuse network centred on convicted sex abuser Tam Paton, the late manager of the Bay City Rollers.

However, her demands for an inquiry were never followed up - despite compelling evidence that dozens of boys may have had their lives ruined by the twisted pop svengali and his powerful accomplices.

Young runaways or children in care were lured in, drugged and then sexually abused. Many were then forced to work as 'rent boys' at a number of seedy secret flats across the Capital.

The paedophile ring is thought to have operated over several decades and to have included, at one time or another, well-known TV personalities, lawyers and police officers.

Victims were forced to stay quiet by a fear of reprisals, with at least one murder of a young man rumoured to have been carried out by the network.

In a chilling echo of the abuse scandal currently rocking Westminster, it now appears that a dossier of Scottish paedophiles with links to Paton was prepared in 1982 - but never made public.

In 2004, Dr Nelson carried out a study into adult male survivors of childhood sexual abuse on behalf of NHS Lothian - and was stunned to hear so many allegations against Paton.

Her report detailed the existence of a paedophile ring operating across the region, which had resulted in many damaged young men ending up in prison or dying from drug overdoses.

Obtained by the Scottish Sunday Express, it states: "One criminal justice (social work) team reported work with a number of 18-25 year olds, most of whom had been in jail and who disclosed, while reflecting on their violent behaviour or drug misuse, that they had earlier been abused by a particular paedophile ring.

"As workers talked to each other and with staff like homeless workers, they realised that other male clients had been abused in the same way."

In 2009, Dr Nelson carried out a follow-up study and again came across a substantial number of Paton's alleged victims. The age of the victims indicates that Paton's crimes may have continued well into new millenium.

Last night, the University of Edinburgh researcher said: "I have also worked in this field for a long time and I have heard longstanding claims that very vulnerable boys and young men were not only sexually abused by Tam Paton but also that there was a paedophile ring in existence.

"I also heard allegations that some homeless boys were placed in flats in Edinburgh for the purposes of prostitution. Both studies involved young men in the criminal justice system who revealed over time they had been abused by Tam Paton and others.

"These were very, very damaged individuals who had been inveigled into crime as part of this, so they were very reluctant to come forward. They were ashamed to have been abused and they also feared getting into further trouble with the law.

"It is fair to say they were the most damaged young men I ever worked with. The feeling at the time was that this was so blatant and so obvious that there were suspicions he was being protected in high places."

She added: "The boys were frightened, there was an atmosphere of fear around these boys of young men. It is not usually fear that holds them back it is embarrassment and shame, but these young men were frightened of retaliation."

Dr Nelson, who advises the Scottish Government on child sexual abuse issues, first called for an investigation in April 2009, just days after Paton died of a heart attack aged 70.

She said yesterday: "I think it is something that should have happened long ago and if there is a desire then all well and good. It is not about revenge, it is about justice.

"I think that if a thorough investigation was carried out that there would be a lot of people working with vulnerable young men in the voluntary sector and the criminal justice system who would be very pleased."

Frank Docherty, chairman of the In Care Abuse Survivors organisation, said the claims added weight to the growing calls for a public inquiry into hundreds of historic child abuse cases in Scotland.

He said: "Paedophile rings in my experience often involve people with power and wealth and high position. Any investigation into paedophilia would be welcomed, especially if it is going to involve kids in care."

Scottish Labour’s justice spokesman, Graeme Pearson, said: “The SNP now stand alone in their refusal to implement a full and proper inquiry into instances of historic child abuse. The Scottish Government must finally agree to reassess their stance and bring forward proposals to answer the demands for justice from survivors."

Paton's disgraceful activities were an open secret for many years in Edinburgh, where he shared his fortress-like home at Gogar with teenage runaways and other troubled youngsters.

He was first jailed in 1982, sentenced to three years for engaging in "shameless and indecent conduct towards 10 teenage boys between 1978 and 1982".

As insurance, Paton and the man who would later become his gay lover, Ray Cotter, prepared a 200-page dossier containing names and photographs of members of the paedophile ring.

Mr Cotter said at the time: "One day the truth will come out and proof will be given about the nasty people in this affair."

Now aged 56 and said to be writing a book about Paton, Mr Cotter was unavailable for comment at his home in Corstorphine yesterday. In 2009, he said: "I've seen him do horrendous things, like putting drugs in people's drinks. He got away with it because people were scared of his criminal connections."

Eight years after he was imprisoned, Paton was again at the centre of the Operation Planet rent boy scandal.

It was launched in 1990 after a 16-year-old boy on leave from a children's home was held at an address in central Edinburgh, drugged and repeatedly raped over a period of 10 days.

The investigation initially resulted in 57 charges against 10 men, later reduced to 10 charges against five men whose not guilty pleas were accepted by a court in February 1991.

Paton, who built up a huge property portfolio using his pop earnings, owned a house on Palmerston Place which police believed to be at the hub of the Operation Planet network.

In 2003, Paton was questioned by Surrey Police over historic abuse allegations dating back to the 1970s but the investigation was dropped.

The following year he was convicted of supplying cannabis and fined £200,000 after two police raids uncovered drugs worth £26,000 at his house.

He was also investigated over claims he raped Rollers guitarist Pat McGlynn in a hotel room in 1977 but police said there was "insufficient evidence" to bring charges.

After his death, Rollers singer Les McKeown also claimed he had been raped by Paton and said: "I can't imagine a man nor beast who will be mourning his passing."

Yesterday, a Scottish Government spokeswoman said they could not comment on individual cases, adding: "Anyone who has evidence of, or has suffered child sexual abuse, should contact the police for an investigation to be made."

Tam Paton was a known nonce,but the lure of what he could provide kept him safe from justice,WHAT A CUNT

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Sir Cliff Richard's Berkshire property searched by police

Police are searching a Berkshire property belonging to Sir Cliff Richard in relation to an alleged historical sex offence.

No arrests have been made and Sir Cliff is not at the Sunningdale property.

Police spokesman Det Supt Matt Fenwick said the allegation involved a boy under 16 and dated from the 1980s in the South Yorkshire area.

The search is being carried out by South Yorkshire Police and is not connected to Operation Yewtree.

Police said officers from that operation - set up by the Metropolitan Police to investigate hundreds of allegations in the wake of the Jimmy Savile scandal - had been notified.

Thames Valley Police said it had assisted the South Yorkshire force with the execution of a search warrant at the property.

The BBC's Dan Johnson said it had not yet been possible to get a response from Sir Cliff or his representatives.

The singer, born Harry Webb, is one of the most successful British musicians of all time.

He has sold 21.5 million singles - more than any other male British artist - and is the only performer to have had at least one UK top five album in each of the last seven decades.

He has represented the UK in the Eurovision song contest twice and in 2013 released the 100th album of his career.

He was knighted in 1995 and performed at the Queen's Diamond Jubilee concert at Buckingham Palace in 2012.

It's about time this fucker has to face up to his sordid past,fuckin' dirty cunt

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Sir Nicholas Fairbairn in child abuse scandal link

Sir Nicholas Fairbairn, the controversial former Solicitor General for Scotland, has been linked to the child abuse scandal which is threatening to engulf Westminster.

Evidence has emerged which suggests Fairbairn, who died in 1995 aged 61, may have visited a brothel now at the heart of police and parliamentary investigations.

A list of names seized by officers indicates the former legal adviser to Margaret Thatcher may have abused boys at a notorious London guesthouse, where youngsters from children’s homes were reportedly sexually assaulted by high-profile visitors.

The documents have been seen by child protection officers and are now being used by police as evidence as part of Operation Fernbridge.

The apparent link has prompted calls for the long-serving Conservative MP to be posthumously investigated.

Fairbairn – who boasted about his “insatiable” sexual appetite – had a career which took him to the top of both the political and legal establishments but gained notoriety as a womaniser and heavy drinker.

Lists of visitors to the Elm Guest House – which hosted parties in the 1980s where vulnerable boys were sexually assaulted after being plied with alcohol – are now in the hands of police officers.

The hand-written documents, which have been seen by Scotland on Sunday, state that a number of politicians including “N Fairburn” and “C Smith” - who asked to be called “Tubby” - visited the property on 7 June 1982.

They also state that “Fairburn” had “used boys in sauna” and that photographs had been taken of him – as well as Cyril Smith – at the guest house. Police have confirmed that Smith, the late Liberal MP for Rochdale, who has since been exposed as a serial abuser of boys, was a regular visitor to the brothel. Despite the spelling discrepancy over Fairburn/Fairbairn, there have now been calls for a full investigation which would establish whether or not Fairbairn was involved.

Pete Wishart, the SNP MP, who represents Fairbairn’s former constituency of Perth, called for the allegations to be fully examined. He said: “If there is any evidence that Sir Nicholas Fairbairn was involved in the abuse of children it should be looked at and properly investigated.”

Simon Danczuk, the Rochdale MP who exposed Smith as a child abuser, said the documents must be investigated.

A spokesman for the Labour politician said: “The Metropolitan Police have confirmed Cyril Smith was at Elm Guest House and it is now important to investigate and establish exactly who else was there.”

In 2000 the daughter of a prominent Scottish lawyer, who was never publicly named, alleged Fairbairn was part of a paedophile ring. At the time the claims were angrily rejected by his family. Last night Sir Nicholas’ eldest daughter Charlotte told Scotland on Sunday: “There’s nothing I can say. He’s been dead for 20 years.”

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QC’s daughter ‘raped by senior Tory MP at age 4’

THE daughter of a prominent Edinburgh lawyer at the centre of the Fettesgate scandal of the 1990s has claimed she was raped by her father and a senior Tory MP.

Susie Henderson, the daughter of QC and temporary sheriff Robert Henderson, waived her right to anonymity to talk about the abuse she allegedly suffered at the hands of her father and the late Sir Nicholas Fairbairn, a former MP for Kinross and Western Perthshire, when she was four.

Miss Henderson, 48, said she was the victim of an organised paedophile ring consisting of high-powered legal figures who subjected her to years of abuse at locations including the five-storey Georgian townhouse in the New Town where her family lived.

Her father, Robert Henderson, was a pivotal figure in a major legal scandal of the late 1980s and early 1990s when he claimed a “magic circle” of judges, sheriffs and advocates were conspiring to ensure homosexual criminals were given light sentences by the courts. The claims were dismissed in an official inquiry, but much of the evidence in the report was stolen from Fettes by conman Derek Donaldson in 1992 and sold to the press.

Miss Henderson today called for a police investigation into her father and Fairbairn, halted in 2000 after evidence was mislaid and crucial details leaked to the press, to be re-opened.

“I want it acknowledged that my father and Fairbairn did something very evil. Not just to me. There are other children out there. And these were people in power. We put them there and they are supposed to be trusted.”

Miss Henderson first made allegations against Fairbairn and her father under the alias of Julie X in 2000, but no charges were brought.

She has chosen to come forward and be named after Fairbairn was implicated in the scandal over the Elm Guest House in London which saw youngsters abused by high-profile figures in the 1980s. Fairbairn died in 1995 at the age of 61, while Henderson died in 2012 aged 75.

Fairbairn’s daughter, Charlotte, 50, reportedly said she “did not know” whether the allegations against her father were true, but said she doubted it. “I would be very surprised by that, but he is dead,” she said. “He is not here to defend himself.”

Documents targeted by thief

THE Fettesgate scandal of 1992 involved the theft of sensitive materials from Lothian and Borders Police HQ at Fettes in July, 1992 – including a report by Detective Inspector Roger Orr into claims of an established “magic circle” of homosexuals in the legal fraternity who were subverting the course of justice. The theft was disguised as an attack by the Animal Liberation Front, but it later emerged the documents had been targeted by thief and conman Derek Conway, who sold the information from the files to national newspapers. Donaldson was later given an assured immunity from prosecution in return for handing back the files – but not before the Orr report made it into the public domain.

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More people contact police after Sir Cliff Richard's home searched

Police admit they 'worked with' BBC when they raided Sir Cliff Richard's home as they reveal 'a number' of people have come forward since the search


Police investigating a child sex assault allegation made against Sir Cliff Richard have said “a number of people” have come forward with information as a result of publicity surrounding a search of his home.
South Yorkshire Police would not say whether the callers included more alleged victims, or whether they were potential witnesses.
The force also admitted it had “worked with” the BBC in advance of the raid on Sir Cliff’s flat in Berkshire, resulting in the BBC having a news crew at the property when police arrived and a helicopter hovering overhead.
The force suggested the decision was vindicated by saying it was “grateful” for the media’s role in publicising the raid and generating the fresh calls to its investigation team.
Sir Cliff, 73, remains at his summer home in Portugal, where he is yet to contact the police. South Yorkshire Police said its officers were still “seeking to speak to” him.

However, it seems likely that the force will delay any interview with Sir Cliff until it has had a chance to evaluate and assess the phone calls it has had since carrying out the raid. Several items were taken away from Sir Cliff’s £2.5 million flat in Sunningdale which will also need to be examined.
The police statement said: “When a media outlet contacted SYP with information about an investigation, we took the decision to work with them in order to protect the integrity of that investigation.

"Since the search took place a number of people have contacted the police to provide information and we must acknowledge that the media played a part in that, for which we are grateful."
Sir Cliff was angry that the BBC were camped outside his flat in Berkshire when officers from South Yorkshire Police arrived yesterday to execute a search warrant.
In a statement in which he categorically denied the child abuse allegation, Sir Cliff, 73, said the police had raided his home “without notice, except, it would appear, to the press”.
Jonathan Munro, the BBC’s head of newsgathering, said today he would not reveal the source of the tip-off, but said he “can confirm it was not South Yorks Police”.
Meanwhile Thames Valley Police, which assisted South Yorkshire with the search because Sir Cliff’s home is in their force area, denied it was the source of the leak.
The force said in a statement: "Thames Valley police did not speak to any media outlets prior to the warrant being executed in Sunningdale, Berkshire, yesterday. This is a South Yorkshire Police investigation and local officers from Thames Valley police assisted South Yorkshire officers in their search of the property."
A BBC producer is understood to have heard that the raid was going to happen, and phoned South Yorkshire Police, who confirmed the information was correct. It enabled to BBC to arrange for a news crew to be at the property in readiness for the police arriving.
The BBC was also able to run an interview with a uniformed South Yorkshire officer, standing outside the force’s Sheffield headquarters, within moments of the raid starting.
Nigel Evans, the Conservative MP and former deputy speaker of the Commons, who was cleared of sex offences after a trial this year, told ITV that "questions have got to be answered" about the BBC’s presence at Sir Cliff’s home.
He said: “It appears the press knew what was happening before he did and the world's media were camped outside his doorstep. A press helicopter was up before the police even arrived – he is quite right to be angry about that. Questions have got to be answered.”
South Yorkshire’s handling of the case was in marked contrast to the police response when Rolf Harris’s home was searched in 2012. On that occasion no confirmation was provided by the police, and it was months before the media reported that the raid had happened.

He'll be shittin' it now,Cliff is the one who looks like he could spill the beans,but he'll probably just top himself

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Paedophile Peter Righton advised Home Office on policy

A paedophile at the centre of a forthcoming historical abuse inquiry advised the Home Office on changes to the residential child care system.

Peter Righton gave "considerable assistance" as an expert in child care to a government report in 1970.

He had earlier left a teaching job over complaints of child abuse. He later became a member of a pro-paedophile campaign group. Righton died in 2007.

The Home Office said it was "absolutely committed" to stamping out child abuse.

In July, Home Secretary Theresa May announced an overarching inquiry into how public institutions had handled historical claims of child sexual abuse.

This followed a campaign by MPs whose concerns included evidence of a wide paedophile network in documents seized from Righton's home in 1992 after his arrest over child abuse images.

'Dangerous man'

The report to which Righton contributed led to major reforms of 1970s children's homes.

It was authored by a Home Office advisory committee and set out how hundreds of new homes should be brought under local authority control.

So-called community homes replaced approved schools - residential centres for "delinquent" youngsters - and involved the employment of hundreds of social care staff.

The report credited Righton, who at the time was an academic specialising in social work, for "considerable" help in a chapter on the training of residential workers.

A former care professional familiar with the events has told the BBC that Righton travelled extensively carrying out research work during the period he contributed to the project and had been to children's homes "all over the country" including Stoke-on-Trent, Wolverhampton, Rochdale and Preston.

"He [used to] go and interview, in approved schools, individual boys and he certainly went to speak to the heads of homes," the former care worker said.

The retired worker - who asked not to be identified - said that Righton "networked" at children's homes, adding: "He was a very dangerous man because he was put in a position where he could abuse trust."

Righton visited the Bryn Estyn approved school in Wrexham where he met staff and children, according to the care worker's account.

The former worker said that Righton had claimed that he "took boys out" and had also said he used "sexual" language with them.

The source added that the words Righton had exchanged with the boys were "not something that you would have in a healthy conversation with a child".

Bryn Estyn was later at the centre of an abuse scandal in which 140 former residents made allegations that they were abused between 1974 and 1984.

An official report described "appalling" abuse at the home and former housemaster Peter Howarth was jailed for 10 years for sexually abusing boys as young as 12. He died in prison.

The Waterhouse report into abuse at north Wales homes described how local councils were "in a state of turmoil" in the early 1970s owing to the new responsibilities imposed on them by the legislative changes of the time.

Howarth had earlier taught at the same special school in Kent where Peter Righton had faced complaints of child abuse.

Classics cult
By the mid-1970s, Righton had become a founding member of the Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE) which advocated sexual relationships between adults and children.

At the same time he became increasingly influential in the field of residential child care, according to Ian Pace, a lecturer at City University who has researched historical abuse at music schools and the influence of PIE.

He said Righton, who studied classics at Oxford University, was "deeply involved with the cult of the classical world that was very important to... the paedophile movement", focusing on stories of "Greek love" between men and young boys.

Mr Pace said "some of Righton's interests" were reflected in the Home Office advisory report.

The section of the report which credited Righton called for residential child care workers to be trained in "the growth of civilisation" and "aesthetic values".

The Home Office declined to comment on the revelations about Peter Righton.

A spokesman referred the BBC to the home secretary's comments to the House of Commons in July when she said the government would address two concerns: "First, that in the 1980s the Home Office failed to act on allegations of child sex abuse.

"Secondly, that public bodies and other important institutions have failed to take seriously their duty of care towards children.

"As I informed the House on 7 July, the whole government take the allegations very seriously. That is why I announced two inquiries last week."

In 1992 Peter Righton was fined £900 for possessing images of child abuse and was cautioned over an earlier assault.

Yet another dead "nonce" being exposed,where are the living ones

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"A scandal involving small boys" Tim Fortescue MP, Tory Party Whip



"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, erm er, a member seemed likely to be mixed up in, they’d come and ask if we could help and if we could, we did. And we would do everything we can because we would store up brownie points… and if I mean, that sounds a pretty, pretty nasty reason, but it’s one of the reasons because if we could get a chap out of trouble then, he will do as we ask forever more."

Now if that aint a smokin' gun..............what is
Fortescue was in Government from 1970 - 1974

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Here's a few named nonces

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