Lady Piercy’s At Homes

As a result of my reading for my post ‘By Popular Demand – Or Request?’ I am digging up so many names of dodgy Civil Servants and the like who knew the Piercys – and their mates the Benns – that a new post is needed to accommodate some of them. I continue to receive Demands and Requests to feature various people and I am doing my best to cover as many offenders as possible, although there is only one of me with one laptop, so I am having to prioritise in a way that I find limiting, me being someone who would like to blog in detail about virtually every new crazy old sod in High Office who contributed to the mess.

Tony Benn’s diaries are as fruitful as those of Dick Crossman; when one knows what to look for one can read them as a roll-call of serious criminals. Obviously growing up in a Tory family in Tory Somerset, I was surrounded by people who believed that Tony Benn was the Devil Incarnate and my circle of friends and I were well-used to the elderly (or not so elderly) in Bridgy and Taunton openly discussing the sins of Tony Benn, who throughout my time in Somerset was an MP for a Bristol constituency, Dangerously Near the Sir Herbert Gussetts and Sir Bufton Tuftons who ran Somerset.See the source image

It’s a little sad to discover that the witty and engaging Tony Benn was doing deals with exactly the same appalling people that the rest of the worthless scumbags In Authority were. See the source image I never fully bought the Somerset line that Wedgie Benn is Completely Bonkers and a Threat To Us All; neither did I believe that he was a Sincere and Principled Man Who Wants A Socialist Revolution, but I didn’t realise that he was yet another criminal who built his career on the back of his criminal acquaintances and the Westminster Paedophile Ring. Being routinely denounced by the British media as a loony who wanted to bring down the Establishment was a gift to Wedgie-Benn who was working very hard with his Establishment family and friends at ensuring that the lid remained very firmly nailed down on the worst excesses of that Establishment.

Guess how I was introduced at a young age to the notion that Viscount Stansgate is not quite the revolutionary that he pretends to be? Being me, I gave Lord Stansgate the benefit of the doubt, after all he was born to become Lord Stansgate and had no choice in the matter. However grandpa and father were quite right, it seems that Lord Stansgate’s loyalty was indeed to the class of people into whom he was born and he was able to very effectively network with them as well as with the arriviste Gnome’s family to inflict damage on us.

New Money Lady Gnome! No doubt the Old Money contingent sneered at you but the goodies on offer were clearly enough for you to accept your position in the Westminster Paedophile Ring food chain!

It is astounding to consider just how many of those angry politicians who would have Done Anything to get rid of Thatch refused to do the one thing that would have got rid of her and her dreadful destructive Govts… Furthermore they collaborated and worked very hard at stopping my friends and I See the source image from ever being heard on the very matter that would have got rid of That Bloody Woman.

The Labour Party now need to explain to us all why so many of them worked so hard to ensure that the Tories remained in power for so long – particularly as people like Footie and Benn were working for the security services – and indeed rendered the Labour Party unelectable until a leader was in place who was not a socialist in any way. It didn’t happen by accident.See the source imageSee the source imageSee the source imageSee the source imageSee the source imageImage result for private eye tony benn cartoon imagesSee the source image

There are clues everywhere that not only did many people know about the Westminster Paedophile Ring and linked organised abuse, but there was great dissatisfaction with some of the MPs who were at the heart of it. Keith Vaz and Mandy have been standing jokes for years now re ‘How the hell do they get away with it??’ with regard to the many scandals of which they found themselves at the centre, but there were also repeated attempts to deselect eg. Peter Shore. The problem was solved in the end by giving Shore a peerage, thus allowing him to spend his later years in comfort even more unaccountable than he had been as an MP when he quietly pissed all over his constituents in the East End. Peter’s People Trafficking Lady Doctor wife Liz joined him in the Lords…

The internet seems to have been cleansed of references to Baroness Elizabeth Shore aka Dr Liz Wrong since she featured on this blog. Presumably she is still alive and realises that a low profile is needed. Liz can still be found in Burke’s Peerage though:

Dr. Elizabeth Catherine Wrong is the daughter of Edward Murray Wrong and Rosalind Grace Smith. She married Peter David Shore, Baron Shore of Stepney in 1948.
She was appointed Fellow, Royal College of Physicians, London (F.R.C.P.) She was registered as a Member, Royal College of Surgeons (M.R.C.S.) She was appointed Fellow, Faculty of Community Medicine (F.F.C.M.) She was registered as a Member, Royal College of Physicians, London (M.R.C.P.) From 1948, her married name became Shore. She was Deputy Chief Medical Officer for the Department of Health and Social Security between 1977 and 1984. See the source image She was appointed Companion, Order of the Bath (C.B.) in 1980. She was Dean of Postgrad Medicine for the North-West Thames Region between 1985 and 1993. She was Dean of Postgrad Medical Education for the North Thames Region between 1993 and 1995. After her marriage, Dr. Elizabeth Catherine Wrong was styled as Baroness Shore of Stepney on 5 June 1997.
Children of Dr. Elizabeth Catherine Wrong and Peter David Shore, Baron Shore of Stepney

The ‘unknown son Shore’ died as a young adult after developing a drugs problem…

Thus this is another post in development and I’ll be adding the names and details of more of those who might well have attended a Piercy At Home…

Introducing Wedgie-Benn’s partner in crime on the Concorde project (see ‘By Popular Demand – Or Request?’), James Hamilton. Hamilton was the DG for Concorde at the Ministry of Technology, 1966-70, in which role he worked with Tony Benn as the Minister and Gnome’s Civil Service Mandarin daughter, Penelope. Penelope bagged her CBE in 1968. Tony Benn was desperate for the problem-ridden Concorde project to succeed because it was a major concern in his Bristol constituency and his political survival substantially depended upon it. Benn and those with a vested interest in Concorde pushed all boats out to keep the show on the road.See the source image

James Hamilton
Born 2 May 1923
Died 24 May 2012 (aged 89)
Occupation Aircraft designer
Known for Concorde

Sir James Arnot Hamilton was a British aircraft designer who helped design Concorde and the SEPECAT Jaguar. Specialising in wing design, Hamilton was largely responsible for Concorde’s distinctive wing. Hamilton will have known Prof Elwyn Edwards, the aircraft ergonomist who taught at Aston University when Brown was a student there. Elwyn was so important in Aircraft Design that Elwyn’s penchant for inviting male freshers to his room, greeting them wearing his silk gown with nae panties, plying them with booze and placing his hand on their thighs, was overlooked despite the many complaints. Elwyn had been doing this throughout his career and having spent part of that career at Loughborough University (1960-76) on the site of the Leicestershire ring before he ever rocked up at Sir Freddie Crawford and Thatch Inspired Organised Crime Central at Aston, Elwyn knew the names of many others involved in those rings that never existed, including the Leicestershire one that was all the work of social worker Frank Beck and Beck alone. See the source imageBeck who, before he was arrested, held in custody and on 29 Nov 1991 received five life sentences for the sexual and physical abuse – including rapes – of over 100 kids in care, was a Liberal Cllr for a ward in Blaby, Nigel Lawson’s constituency. 

Frank Beck died in prison still in his 50s on 31 May 1994, shortly after F and I met with the Mental Health Act Commission and told them that Dafydd was sexually abusing patients and that serious complaints against him were not being investigated. Our complaint was not investigated. See eg. ‘The Price Is Right’. William Bingley was the CEO of the MHAC at the time. In the summer of 1987 when I met William, he assured me that Dr James Earp, the senior forensic psych in Leicester, was a good conservative psychiatrist, nothing like Dafydd. The rep in Leicester MIND told me exactly the same thing, it was he who told me to contact William to discuss what I had told Leicester MIND about Dafydd. Earp had known Gwynne, was facilitating the ring in Leicester and the ring in Leicester and the Gang in north Wales were exchanging staff. But then William’s mum, social worker and MIND Chairman Lady Juliet, knew Gnome’s wife. Lady Juliet’s dad Reginald Vick was a Bart’s surgeon who’s brother Godfrey Vick was a High Court Judge of Inner Temple, as was Ronald Armstrong-Jones, Lord Snowdon’s father. Ronald A-J was a governor of Bart’s. Lady Juliet’s mother being Mary Kate aka ‘Jane’ Neville from a family of baronets who owned estates in East Anglia. See eg. ‘Espousing The Interests Of The Labouring Classes’.

Elwyn Edwards went from strength to strength after MI5 recorded Brown telling me about him; Elwyn was the pre-eminent name among those who had vastly improved airplane safety and was needed as an Expert Witness in cases relating to air disasters, so Elwyn enjoyed armour plating until his death on 17 Nov 1993, when someone decided that Elwyn was a major liability and had to be taken out as it were. Elwyn died shortly after I wrote to Michael Mansfield telling him that prosecutions were being mounted against people who complained about Gwynedd social workers breaking the law and abusing clients. See the source image

E.P. Thompson – DATE

See eg. ‘Educational Excellence For All’ for Elwyn Edwards details and for related events.

James Hamilton was born in Midlothian. He attended Lasswade Secondary School and Penicuik High School, before going on to receive a degree in civil engineering from the University of Edinburgh. Hamilton served in the Marine Aircraft Experimental Establishment from 1943 to 1952, where he worked on anti-submarine weaponry and seaplanes, rising to Head of Flight Research. He then worked at the Royal Aircraft Establishment, becoming Head of the Projects Division in 1964 before budget reductions led to his projects being stopped.

In 1965, Hamilton took control of the project to build the SEPECAT Jaguar. Launched in 1972, with various air forces, the Jaguar was used in numerous conflicts and military operations in Mauritania, Chad, Iraq, Bosnia, and Pakistan, as well as providing a ready nuclear delivery platform for Britain, France, and India throughout the latter half of the Cold War and beyond. In 1966, Hamilton was named Head of the British portion of the Concorde project.

Though the project would not be completed until 1976, Hamilton left in 1971 to become Deputy Secretary for aerospace in the Dept of Trade and Industry. As Deputy Secretary, Hamilton oversaw cancellation of the Black Arrow project and the nationalisation of Rolls-Royce’s aviation engine division. In 1973, Hamilton served as Deputy Cabinet Secretary until being moved to the Education Department and taking control of the Dept of Education and Science. He retired from Govt in 1983.

Hamilton served on the boards of various corporations, including Hawker Siddeley, and Chaired Brown and Root UK. He was President of The Association for Science Education. Hamilton was appointed a Member of the Order of the British Empire in 1952, a Companion of the Order of the Bath in 1972 and a Knight Commander of that order in 1978.

Hamilton married Christine McKeen in Glasgow in 1947, they had three children together before the marriage was dissolved in 1977. From 1995 until his death he was in a relationship with Marcia Cunningham. Hamilton died in Winchester, Hampshire on 24 May 2012.

Tributes On The Death Of James Hamilton:

The Indie:

Hamilton shows Ma’am Darling around Farnborough in the 1950s: 

Hamilton shows the Queen round Farnborough in the 1950s

Were photo opps re Aircraft considered to be Ma’am Darling’s domain what with that romance between Ma’am Darling and Group Cap’n Peter Townshend? The Cap’n who had to be thrown overboard in terms of marriage, being a Divorced Man, because, as the Archbishop of Canterbury explained to Ma’am Darling, were she to wed a man of such status she would not be permitted to take Holy Communion? This prospect was so deeply traumatic that the romance ended and Ma’am Darling instead married bisexual swinging Class A drug-consuming Antony Armstrong-Jones, customer of Gwynne and Dafydd. The Engagement was announced at about the time that Antony A-J got the wife of Jeremy Fry – his friend from the Quaker Chocolate-making family – up the duff at one of the Frys’ regular shagfests at their place in Bath, the embryo in question being Polly Fry. The Tory MP for Bath at the time was Sir James Pitman. ‘Espousing The Interests Of The Labouring Classes’ discussed Pitman and his friends and relations in detail as well as the MP who preceded Pitman in his seat, Leol Guinness. Pitman knew Gnome.

Pitman fancied himself as an educationist and much of his activity was in this area. In 1934 Pitman became Chairman of Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons, a post he held until 1966. He was a Director of Boots Pure Drug, Bovril and the Equity and Law Life Assurance Society. Pitman is best known as the inventor of the controversial Initial Teaching Alphabet (ITA) system for teaching children to read. The educational institutes with which Pitman was involved, often as President or Chairman, included the British and Foreign School Society, the British Association for Commercial and Industrial Education, the National Association for the Advancement of Education for Commerce, the Committee of the Simplified Spelling Society and the Initial Teaching Alphabet Foundation. He became a Director of the Bank of England in 1941 until after 1945 and was Director of Organization and Methods at HM Treasury 1943-5. Pitman championed spelling reform, working with the Labour MP, Mont Follick, to promote the cause of the Simplified Spelling Society. Pitman was Chairman of the Management Committee of the University of London Institute of Education. He was Pro-Chancellor of the University of Bath, 1972–81.

Ma’am Darling and Lord S started discussing Uganda, so they decided to finish. Ma’am Darling’s romances including the legendary Roddy and the rather less well-publicised Ugandan discussions with Mick. See the source imageLord S’s explorations of Uganda were, as Dafydd would say, ‘too numerous to particularise’, but old favourites of Lord S included Marjorie Wallace, Mental Health Campaigner, wife of Hampstead psychiatrist Andrew Skarbek, Giggling friend of Gwynne and Dafydd (see eg. ‘One Dangerous Fucker’) and Ann Hills, daughter of Top Doc and relative of Sigmund Freud Dr Elliott Philipp, Ann being found dead on the roof of her London penthouse, dressed in party gear and in a kneeling position, days before the Waterhouse Inquiry opened. See ‘Error Of Judgement’.

Elliott Philipp – Bob Edwards and UCNW link -here

The aeronautical engineer Sir James Hamilton was one of the key figures in the development of Concorde, the supersonic airliner that transformed air travel between Europe and the US, and captured the public imagination, garnering worldwide fame for its speed, grace and engineering innovation.

Hamilton headed the British side of the historic Anglo-French project for 15 years, fighting through numerous obstacles along the way. He was largely responsible for the design of the plane’s “Delta” wing, so named because of its resemblance to the classical Greek letter, principally a tall, slim triangle, which, along with its titling nose and long, ultra-slim body, gave Concorde its distinctive and beautiful appearance. Hamilton’s great strengths were wing design, which he developed while at the Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough, and his understanding of steep ascent and descent, and high-speed flight. In all this, he drew on work produced by the late Roy Chadwick for the Vulcan bomber.

The simple appearance of Concorde’s wing belied its complexity; no other part of the aircraft had so much time and attention given to its design. On a conventional aircraft, the wings would have dozens of moving parts and flaps to control angle and speed, pitch and roll. Concorde, however, had just six trailing edge “elevons” to the rear of the wings, which had undergone thousands of hours of meticulous testing in wind tunnels. Concorde made its short maiden subsonic flight in March 1969, and went supersonic that October. It entered commercial service, initially between London and Bahrain in January 1976, and began flying London to New York the following year. Flight times to the US were now achieved in less than three and a half hours, compared with eight for the usual subsonic flight. Due to the time difference it was said, “Passengers were arriving in the US before they had left the UK.” See the source imageThe boast was “She travels faster than the sun”.

From 1976 to 2003, over 2.5 million passengers flew on BA’s Concorde flights, but eventually rising fuel costs, an increased sensitivity over the levels of fuel consumed and a growing concern about noise pollution led to the plane being decommissioned.

Born in Midlothian, Scotland, in 1923, James Arnot Hamilton was educated at Penicuik Academy. Due to the Second World War, he completed a fast-track degree in civil engineering at Edinburgh University, graduating in 1943. He was then despatched to Marine Aircraft Experimental Establishment (MAEE) Helensburgh, on the Firth of Clyde, for secret work on the design of anti-submarine weaponry for the RAF. He also worked on the design of seaplanes and a floating Spitfire. Upon MAEE’s return to its pre-war base in Felixstowe, Suffolk, in 1945, he was appointed head of flight research, aged 25.

In 1966, Hamilton became head of the British Concorde project. A year later, he oversaw testing in London by Lightning bombers to gauge likely public reaction to the sonic boom that would be generated by supersonic flights over land. The response was hugely negative, and the government bowed to lobbyists and banned supersonic fights over Britain. Hamilton believed this would seriously jeopardise Concorde’s commercial prospects, but further testing continued offshore.

 In 1971, five years before Concorde entered passenger service, Hamilton was made Deputy Secretary for Aerospace at the Department of Trade and Industry while retaining responsibility for Concorde. He oversaw the cancellation of the Black Arrow rocket programme, which had launched Britain’s first satellite, and nationalised the aero-engine division of Rolls-Royce when “RB211” engine costs spiralled out of control – though it later became an enormous success.See the source image
Thanks to rigging on the part of Tony Benn, Captains of Industry, the City and the other usual suspects as discussed in eg. ‘By Popular Demand – Or Request?’

From 1973 Hamilton served as Deputy Cabinet Secretary to both Edward Heath and Harold Wilson, but, with James Callaghan’s arrival as Prime Minister, he was moved to the Department of Education.

Cab Secretary from 1973-79 was Lord John Hunt of Tanworth – born in Minehead – RC went to Downside School near Bath – Magdalene College, Cambridge – married Madeleine, Cardinal Basil Hume’s sister – HERE

Sunny Jim as PM from 1976 – Shirl- Chilton – north Wales etc

When Margaret Thatcher came to power, Hamilton had to cope with added pressures in the department with unrest in the profession and threats of strikes.

Previous posts have discussed how the careers of those such as Nigel de Gruchy who rose to the top of the teaching unions and enjoyed a Place At The Table with Ministers received a considerable boost from events when I was at school and witnessed so much. Thatch’s Cabinet had built their career on concealing the crap in Bridgy schools and the situation in north Wales was even worse. So much to conceal, all Party Leaders and acolytes fully on board. Leaders of public sector unions Passionately Committed To Public Service had a ball.

Clive Jenkins, the Daddy of the public sector unions, died in obscurity in Sept 1999, five months before the Waterhouse Report was published, after having been fleeced by a Wicked Temptress. See previous posts.

John Nettleton tells the story in BBC tradition:

Wednesday, September 22, 1999 Published at 19:18 GMT 20:18 UK

UK Politics

Tributes paid to Clive Jenkins

Clive Jenkins: Hobby was “organising the middle classes”.

Union leaders have been paying tribute to their former colleague, Clive Jenkins, who has died following a short illness at the age of 73.

Mr Jenkins held the post of general secretary of the white-collar union, the Association of Scientific, Technical and Managerial Staffs, for about 20 years.

Independent journalist Barry Clements: ” He had a great reputation as a champagne socialist”

The union later became the MSF, which now has more than 400,000 members.

TUC General Secretary John Monks said: “Clive Jenkins was a one-off, an intellectual gadfly who drove forward the growth of trade unionism amongst white collar and professional workers with enthusiasm, wit and style. He was one of the characters of trade unionism, equally at home in a TV studio or on the conference platform.”

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Roger Lyons: “Immeasurable contribution”

Roger Lyons, MSF general secretary, said: “Clive’s contribution to the union movement was immeasurable.

“He was the most outstanding trade unionist of his generation. Clive was the first to see the potential of organising white-collar workers and he was also the first general secretary to recognise the power of the media and use it in a positive way on behalf of working people. His legacy will live on for a long time to come.”

A Downing Street spokesman said the Prime Minister, Tony Blair, had been “deeply saddened by the death and loss of a man who had made a major contribution to the trade union movement”.

Mr Jenkins was known as a dynamic, irrepressible figure who once listed his recreations in Who’s Who as “organising the middle classes”.

Conference favourite

His passion for his beliefs, and his Welsh oratory [Shurely shome mishtake – Ed] made him a favourite at the TUC and Labour conferences. Mr Jenkins will be remembered as a gourmet, wit, bon viveur, who had a partiality for fine clarets whose generosity was legendary. He was educated at Port Talbot County School and Swansea Technical College before starting work in a metallurgical test house in 1940.

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But he spent almost all his working life in the service of his union, beginning working for the Association of Scientific Workers in 1946.

He became a full-time official of the Association of Supervisory Staffs, Executives and Technicians (ASSET) in Birmingham. In 1954, at the age of 28, he became its national officer, the youngest member to hold such a post. In 1961, he became general secretary of ASSET, when it had 22,000 members. Mr Jenkins increased this to 55,000 when he negotiated the amalgamation with the Association of Scientific Workers. Under his leadership, from 1970, the amalgamated Association of Scientific, Technical and Managerial Staffs grew to a membership of over 650,000 through 26 amalgamations. Mr Jenkins maintained his position until 1988, when the union became the Manufacturing, Science and Finance Union. He remained general secretary of the MSF for some two years before his retirement.

During his career, he served as the president of the TUC and as a local councillor in London from 1954 to 1960. He retired to Tasmania “to watch the dolphins play, devour seafood and conserve the fairy penguins” but returned to the UK in 1990.

Key Kinnock supporter

Labour MP Tony Benn described Mr Jenkins as “one of the most important young left leaders in the union movement”. He said: “He played a significant part in promoting Neil Kinnock for the Labour Party leadership as soon as Michael Foot resigned. I remember him speaking, I think it was at the 1974 Labour special Christmas conference. He made a radical speech. He was a very effective, amusing speaker.”See the source image

Bill Morris, general secretary of the Transport and General Workers Union, said Mr Jenkins had brought “flair and flamboyancy to trade unions and unionised the middle classes”.

The Independent’s Labour Editor Barry Clements said Mr Jenkins’ clever use of the media and many television appearances stirred up some jealousy among other union leaders. “He had a reputation as a champagne socialist,” said Mr Clements.

“He used to go to Blackpool to the various conferences and you would find him in a fish and chip shop not far from the Imperial Hotel with a bottle of Chablis. He was quite a character.”


RIP Clive Jenkins; so many had so much to thank you for.See the source image

[Hamilton] also had to implement cuts in the educational budget, which caused concern among teachers and colleagues in Whitehall.

See the source image Most of the teachers at Chilton Trinity School during the latter half of the 1970s were members of Nige’s union; they refused to join the NUT because the Headmaster Bill Francis was in the NUT and the staff loathed him. Wolf in sheep’s clothing Ray Stanlake was Nige’s man on the ground in Chilton and used the serious problems in the school for his own benefit.

Bill Francis’s union the NUT was nationally far stronger than the NASUWT. It helped a great deal that Westminster molester George Thomas, one of the biggest vote pullers for the Labour Party in south Wales had been a school teacher before entering politics and an NUT activist. Lord Baz Jones who spent many happy years as a Flintshire MP Serving in Sunny Jim’s Govt and then doing what he could to assist the Windbag during the long years of Windbaggery had, like Thomas, been a school teacher before entering the Commons and was the President of the Flintshire NUT. Flintshire was in the thick of the Gang’s abuse of children at the time.

Of course the Windbag never stopped reminding us that Mrs Windbag was a school teacher, from Holyhead.

Bill Francis was a Labour Cllr, from Wales and was known to be building up a mafia of lackeys among other teachers from Wales. Francis was well-networked with the higher echelons of the Labour Party on a national level. Once I began researching for this blog, it was clear that the problems in Somerset with Francis and others were linked to the Gang; George Thomas I presume was one factor rendering Bill Francis bombproof. George Thomas was given a Viscountcy by his pal Thatch in 1983, the year that Hamilton retired from the Civil Service.

See previous posts.

Sir James Hamilton’s Deputy on the Concorde project at the Ministry of Technology from 1967 and who then succeeded Sir James as DG of Concorde in DATE, who worked with Wedgie-Benn and Gnome’s daughter, was Sir (Thomas) Philip Jones. Jones was {??? Port Talbot as was George Thomas} and went to Cowbridge Grammar School a la Bodger and Sir Anthony Hopkins and Jesus College, Oxford HERE. ‘By Popular Demand – Or Request?’ discussed Jones’s Civil Service career. When Mandarin Kenneth Binning took over from Jones as DG of Concorde, Jones was transferred to the Department of Energy as Deputy Secretary where, from 1976 until 1983, he handled oil and gas policy, including the franchises for the North Sea oil leases. Jones was a member of the British National Oil Corporation from 1980 to 1982. The London Hospital had been run by the Oil industry  since at least the 1950s.

After his Civil Service career, Jones was Chairman of Total Oil Marine from 1990 to 1998 and of Total Oil Holdings from 1991 to 1998, where his Concorde experience helped to maintain good relations with the French holding company. He also became a member, and then Chairman, from 1996 until his death in July 2000, of the Higher Education Funding Council for Wales, the Welsh Office seeking Jones’s services in improving teaching and research standards in Welsh universities and colleges. It was The Hague who was Secretary of State for Wales when that old mate of Gnome’s daughter and Tony Benn was let loose with the budget for Welsh universities, in the same year in which the Jillings Report was heavily redacted and then completely suppressed anyway on the advice of Cherie and Miranda’s friend and colleague Michael Beloff QC, in his capacity as the legal adviser for Municipal Mutual, the insurers of Clwyd County Council (and the North Wales Police). One of the Directors of Municipal Mutual at the time was that old Labour war horse, Merlyn Rees – who was, like Gnome, LSE-educated – who served as an MP for many years after succeeding Hugh Gaitskill’s Leeds seat after Gaitskill unexpectedly pegged out in the middle of the Profumo Affair. Rees’s Cabinet posts included Wilson’s N Ireland Secretary and Sunny Jim’s Home Secretary.

The Lord Merlyn-Rees
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Merlyn Rees on After Dark in 1988
Shadow Secretary of State for Energy
In office
4 November 1980 – 24 November 1982
Leader Michael Foot
Preceded by David Owen
Succeeded by John Smith
Shadow Home Secretary
In office
4 May 1979 – 4 November 1980
Leader James Callaghan
Preceded by William Whitelaw
Succeeded by Roy Hattersley
Secretary of State for the Home Department
In office
10 September 1976 – 4 May 1979
Prime Minister James Callaghan
Preceded by Roy Jenkins
Succeeded by William Whitelaw
Secretary of State for Northern Ireland
In office
5 March 1974 – 10 September 1976
Prime Minister
Preceded by Francis Pym
Succeeded by Roy Mason
Shadow Secretary of State for Northern Ireland
In office
24 March 1972 – 4 March 1974
Leader Harold Wilson
Preceded by Position established
Succeeded by Francis Pym
Member of Parliament
for Morley and Leeds South
In office
9 June 1983 – 16 March 1992
Preceded by Constituency created
Succeeded by John Gunnell
Member of Parliament
for Leeds South
In office
20 June 1963 – 13 May 1983
Preceded by Hugh Gaitskell
Succeeded by Constituency abolished
Personal details
Merlyn Rees

18 December 1920
Cilfynydd, Wales

Died 5 January 2006 (aged 85)
London, England
Nationality British
Political party Labour
Alma mater

Merlyn Rees was born in south Wales but grew up in Harrow, went to Harrow Weald Grammar School and later taught at his old school. Gnome’s second wife, my father’s cousin Veronica, lived in Harrow for years before she married Gnome and ended up in Knightsbridge. Veronica subsequently returned to Harrow and I have been told that she lives there now.

Michael Beloff’s dad Lord Max was friends with Thatch and Ioan Bowen Rees, CEO of Gwynedd County Council, 1980-91. The Beloffs are a huge family (see previous posts); Nora, Max’s sister, was a journo who worked for Reuters and ‘The Observer’. Nora’s husband also worked for ‘The Observer’. They were employed by ‘The Observer’ when it was owned by the Astors of Cliveden and Profumo fame, and edited by David Astor. Lord Bill Astor who found himself at the centre of the Profumo Affair, was married to Bronwen, the daughter of Sir Alun Pugh, a High Court judge who had grown up in Carmarthenshire. When Bronwen was growing up the family home was in Hampstead but Bronwen went to boarding school in Dolgellau. Ioan Bowen Rees’s dad was a Master at Dolgellau Grammar School; there was one year in difference between the ages of Ioan and Bronwen.

Bill Astor died from a heart attack in the Bahamas on 7 March 1966. Lady Megan Lloyd George died from cancer on 14 May 1966. Dorothy Macmillan died from a heart attack on 21 May 1966. Gnome died on 7 July 1966 in a traffic accident on the way to the Lords on his motorbike. Gnome was a Liberal peer a la the old Goat’s clan.Image result for Megan Lloyd GeorgeLord Piercy 1945.jpgSee the source image

It was in 1996 that Secretary of State for Wales The Hague announced that a Public Inquiry would be held into the North Wales Child Abuse Scandal and that Ronnie Waterhouse would Chair the Inquiry. It will have been The Hague who called upon the talents of Philip Jones to assist in the domain of education in Wales.

He did, however, manage to reversecuts in scholarships for painting and sculpture given through the British School in Rome.

How Hamilton managed to save that particular neck in the face of Thatch’s intransigence would be worth investigating. Thatch and the Philistines would not have intended to prioritise scholarships for painting and sculpture via the British School in Rome. I wonder which member of the Westminster Paedophile Ring held a gun to who’s head with regard to that matter? Could it have been anyone related to Harold Cheeseman of Farnham Art College and his coterie (see previous posts) who had much to do with the experiences of F at the hands of the Gang, both before and after F left Farnham?

We should not forget that Maurice Macmillan was the MP for Halifax, 1955-64 and then for Farnham (which evolved into South West Surrey) from 1966 until his death on 10 March 1984. Maurice was a crook, his dad had been PM and fully supported Maurice in his criminality; Maurice’s mum was the daughter of the Duke of Devonshire who was mates with the Royals and spent decades exploring Uganda with Bob Boothby while Bob explored Uganda with Ronnie Kray as well as a whole variety of others, including those supplied by Gwynne and Dafydd. The entire network was effectively untouchable by the law as were many of their associates.

When Hamilton was Deputy Secretary for Aerospace at the DTI and responsible for Concorde, Maurice Macmillan was Grocer Heath’s Chief Secretary to the Treasury (23 June 1970-7 April 1972). From 1973 when Hamilton served as Deputy Cabinet Secretary, Maurice was Secretary of State for Employment (7 April 1972-2 December 1973) and Paymaster General, 2 (December 1973-4 March 1974).

Retiring in 1983, Hamilton warned that, although scientific research at Britain’s leading universities was first rate, in others it was “extremely mediocre”. He said, “The battle for industrial supremacy would be won and lost in technical colleges and colleges of further education.”

Such was the concern that as British research and education fell off a cliff, the day was saved by ever more lies about standards, achievements and Britain being the envy of the world. Many people who couldn’t stomach the lies and tried to raise concerns gave up and left the field or were ruthlessly hounded out by Freddie Crawford and his ilk. Those blackmailing heir senior colleagues over the wrongdoing or who were bribed into keeping schtum did very nicely for themselves and many of them found themselves at the top of the tree.

Hamilton served on various boards, including that of the Hawker-Siddeley aircraft company.

James Arnot Hamilton, aeronautical engineer: born Midlothian, Scotland 2 May 1923; Marine Aircraft Experimental Establishment 1943: Head of Flight Research, 1948; Royal Aircraft Establishment 1952; Head of Projects Division 1964; Director, Anglo-French Combat Aircraft, Ministry of Aviation 1965; Director-General Concorde, Ministry of Technology 1966–70; Deputy Secretary: (Aerospace) DTI 1971–73; Cabinet Office 1973–76; MBE 1952, CB 1972, KCB 1978; married 1947 Christine McKean (marriage dissolved, three sons), partner to Marcia Cunningham; died Winchester, Hampshire 24 May 2012.

Reginald Turnill’s contribution in ‘The Guardian’:

Sir James Hamilton, who has died aged 89, was the aeronautical engineer responsible for the final design of Concorde’s subtly twisting delta wing, which enabled it to cruise at twice the speed of sound and yet provide enough lift for safe take-offs and landings. He became known among his civil-service colleagues as “Boom Hamilton” because of his insistence that before Concorde went into service, the public had the right to hear what sonic booms would sound like when the plane reached its top speeds.

Blessed with a happy temperament, he sailed serenely through 15 years of political wrangling over this uniquely controversial Anglo-French aircraft. When the government appointed him Britain’s director-general of the Concorde project in 1966, John Stonehouse was minister of aviation, and the department and its 30,000 staff were being taken over by Anthony Wedgwood Benn’s ministry of technology, which was only a quarter of that size.


Despite the politics, anti-Concorde demonstrations, competition from the Americans and hostile media coverage, Hamilton felt in the end that Europe got the supersonic aircraft right. At first it had seemed that America’s variable geometry (swing-wing) aircraft, built of titanium rather than light alloy, and flying at three times rather than twice the speed of sound, must be the right answer for supersonic travel. But, said Hamilton, “the Americans got it wrong in every respect. If we’d followed their line the aeroplane would never have been built just as theirs was never built.”…

His first job was on the development of anti-submarine weapons for the RAF at the Marine Aircraft Experimental Establishment (MAEE) at Helensburgh, on the Firth of Clyde, where he worked on flying boats including Sunderlands and even a floating Spitfire. When MAEE returned to its pre-war base at Felixstowe, Suffolk, Hamilton’s quick grasp of high-speed flight characteristics led to his appointment, aged 25, as head of flight research. He moved to the Royal Aircraft Establishment at Farnborough, Hampshire, in 1952 and was made head of the projectsdivision in 1964. As the cold war developed, missile technology attracted the limited funds available and work on a proposed supersonic jet trainer was cancelled. But Britain and France were both pushing ahead with passenger jets that halved flying times to the US and Australia and collaboration on a supersonic airliner had begun in 1961.

Joint work on military jets now be came inevitable and in 1965 Hamiltonwas appointed project director for the first Anglo-French combat aircraft. This became the RAF’s first jet to be designed in metric, later named the Jaguar.

In 1966 the Labour government, having failed to persuade France to cancel Concorde, appointed Hamilton head of the British Concorde project, with a brief to keep a firm hand on costs and to co-ordinate research anddevelopment. It was an ideal role for Hamilton, who was a specialist in wing-design, following up Roy Chadwick’s delta-wing designs for the Vulcan bomber; and who had proved equal to the difficult task of working out compromises with French engineers.

A year later, as BBC air correspondent, I joined Hamilton on the ministry roof in Whitehall, as Lightning bombers gave Londoners a chance to consider whether they could learn to live with sonic booms. They proved to be much worse than one expert’s prediction that they would only sound like the slam of a car door. Responding to political pressure, the government decided to ban supersonic flight over Britain; other countries followed suit and Hamilton’s prediction that this would destroy Concorde’s sales prospects proved well-founded…

His “retirement” proved to be just as busy. He joined the boards of Hawker Siddeley, Smiths Industries and Devonport Royal Dockyard. From 1997 to 2000 he chaired Brown & Root UK, a Halliburton subsidiary constructing and running military bases. In 1992 he served on the Fairclough study into the organisation of the engineering profession, and was commissioned topublish a follow-up critical review in 2001.

In addition, until bad health intervened, he was president of the National Foundation for Science Research and the Association for Science Education, vice-president of Reading University and vice-chairman of council at University College London. He was appointed MBE in 1952, CB in 1972, andKCB in 1978.

Hampshire based – Armed Forces – Sir Norman Denning – Lord Denning – Lincoln’s Inn -Hailsham –  George Carman -Miranda – Cherie – Miranda’s brother Sir William the High Court judge – Mark P!

The Torygraph’s obituary:

Having moved to the Ministry of Aviation (later the Ministry of Technology), Hamilton became director-general in 1966 of the British end of the Concorde project (then still spelt without an “e”). In the summer of 1967 he oversaw trials with Lightning fighters to test how the public would react to supersonic flights over land by Concorde; they ended with a sonic boom over central London.

The response (hostile, after a promising start) was serious for Concorde’s commercial prospects; Hamilton reckoned a total ban on supersonic flights over land, as was eventually imposed, would reduce sales by 40 per cent.

The first supersonic tests involving Concorde itself took place in 1970, along a corridor between Oban and Cornwall. Hamilton monitored them from St David’s Cathedral, where scientists found sealing wax they had poured over cracks in the walls remained undisturbed.

Hamilton moved in 1971 — five years before Concorde first flew in airline service — to be deputy secretary for aerospace in the Department of Trade and Industry. With his minister, Frederick Corfield, he oversaw the cancellation of the Black Arrow rocketry programme and nationalised the aero engine division of Rolls-Royce (whose Filton factory was in Corfield’s constituency) when the cost of its RB211 engine spiralled out of control. Concorde was still one of Hamilton’s responsibilities. He oversaw from Whitehall the first full-scale roll-out of Concorde, as Corfield’s successor, Michael Heseltine, tried in vain to persuade other countries to place orders.


In 1973 Hamilton became deputy Cabinet secretary to John Hunt, serving under Edward Heath and Harold Wilson. In May 1976, weeks after Wilson’s replacement by James Callaghan, he took charge of the Department of Education and Science, with Fred Mulley – soon to be replaced by ShirleyWilliams – as Secretary of State.

Even before Callaghan and Mrs Williams launched a “great debate” about educational standards, Hamilton shared their concern, and visited schools incognito as a junior inspector. See the source image

After Margaret Thatcher came to power, Hamilton wrestled with strikes in schools and the impact of spending cuts. 

Hamilton now joined the boards of Hawker-Siddeley, Smiths Industries and Devonport Royal Dockyard. From 1997 to 2000, after 14 years on the company’s advisory board, he chaired Brown and Root UK, a Halliburton subsidiary constructing and running military bases and conducting logistical operations.

In 1992 he served on a steering group studying the organisation of the engineering profession (the Fairclough Study); its findings were published as Engineering into the Millennium. He was later commissioned to prepare a further critical overview of the profession, and his report was published in 2001…

I haven’t covered the Fairclough Study on this blog yet, but I have blogged about another Fairclough, Len from Coronation Street. Len Fairclough achieved infamy in 1983 when he stood trial for indecently assaulting two primary school aged girls in a swimming pool. In February 1983, Len ie. actor Peter Adamson, sold behind the scenes stories about his co-stars to the Sun newspaper journalist Dan Slater without permission. Adamson was given a warning by management at Granada that he faced dismissal for breach of contract if it happened again. Adamson was suspended for six weeks without pay. On 24 April 1983, a Sunday newspaper reported that Adamson had been arrested the previous day for indecently assaulting two eight-year-old girls at a public swimming pool in Haslingden where he had assisted as a part-time instructor in two separate incidents. The police complaint alleged that Adamson’s hands had strayed while giving swimming lessons. Adamson’s final ever appearance as Len Fairclough was made on 11 May 1983 but it was recorded in late March, before his arrest. Adamson asked Granada to write him out of the programme until his court case was over.
Len’s trial began at Burnley Crown Court on 18 July 1983. He robustly denied the charges, was defended by George Carman who achieved tabloid headlines as per usual with his comments in Court – there was a reference to the unlikely possibility of ‘Uncle Len’ whom the nation knew and loved having metamorphosed into a child molester – and on 26 July 1983 was acquitted.
When Len was first arrested, the Gang had begun to move in on Brown and I; Brown was receiving death threats and no-one would respond yet alone help. In Feb 1983, Patricia Margaret Edwards aka Trishes, an undercover officer moved into our student house at Llandegfan and caused chaos; her cover was as a crazy teenager on a Manpower Services Commission placement as a trainee technician at UCNW. Although Trishles was a member of their staff there was no pastoral care for her at all; she stole off us, owed us a fortune in rent, made what the police alleged was a fallacious allegation of rape against a young man in Bangor and generally caused havoc. UCNW were absolutely not interested when we told our tutors what was happening although months later, after Trishles had moved out of our house owing us a fortune, UCNW sacked her for serious misconduct anyway. See eg. ‘He Got On His Bike And Looked For Work’. Other security services plants followed…
Because of the death threats etc, after March 1983 Brown spent as much time at our house on Anglesey as possible, just returning to Aston University to sit his finals in May 1983. By that time I was seriously depressed, Wood et al just sort of watched and did sod all yet kept telling me to go to see them; it was Brown who looked after me during the summer of 1983 and gradually got me up and running again by autumn 1983, ready for my final year at UCNW.
All this was going on throughout the Len Fairclough activity.

In early June 1988, still suffering financial and drink problems, Peter Adamson was allegedly persuaded by freelance Sun reporter Dan Slater to change his story following several bottles of whisky. Adamson allegedly told Slater, “I am totally guilty of everything the police said. But what I hope you will print – is there was no sexual intent.” As a result, Lancashire Police interviewed Adamson at Chorley Police Station, but he categorically denied the confession. No further charges were brought against him.

Cyril Smith had been busy in the Lancashire area for years; on one occasion the Lancashire Police did arrest and detain Cyril. They received a visit from a Big Boss outside of Lancashire who ordered them to drop all investigations into Cyril and never to mention this to anyone. It was a fairly junior plod who had dared confront Smith and the fear of God was put into that plod from People In High Places.

After he was charged with the offences against the girls in the swimming pool, Peter Adamson was refused legal aid. Two weeks before the trial began, he approached Granada to see if they would help with what was a potentially enormous legal bill. As they were preparing to hand over a £10,000 loan cheque, Adamson admitted to Corrie producer Bill Podmore and Granada management that he had signed an unauthorised contract to sell his memoirs to The Sun and The News of the World along with the story of his arrest and trial without permission. The trial left Adamson with legal bills of £120,000. Producer Bill Podmore called this “indefensible” and the cheque was hastily withdrawn. He demanded that Adamson give clear assurances that he would never again break Granada’s house rules on press interviews. Adamson said that he couldn’t guarantee he would. Adamson was sacked by Podmore whilst on holiday in Bali on 26 August 1983. At the time of his sacking Adamson was earning a reported £25,000 a year.

Len Fairclough was killed off-screen in a motorway crash on 7 December 1983. To demonise the character, it was revealed that he had been returning home from an affair, cheating on wife Rita (Barbara Knox). Adamson claimed this was motivated by sheer spite on Granada’s part, to turn viewers against Len.

Adamson celebrated the character’s death by delivering an obituary on TV-am dressed as an undertaker and delivered a bitter parting shot towards both Coronation Street and Granada in a poem he wrote.

On 30 July 1985 Adamson appeared on TV, talking about the trial and the aftermath in a TVS programme called Regrets. Granada refused to run the episode because Adamson criticised Granada over his dismissal. They threatened TVS with legal action for using the Coronation Street theme and photographs from the series.

Adamson’s career post Coronation Street got off to a good start. He starred in a West End production of Dial M for Murder from 1 November 1983 to March 1984. In June 1984 he was in a play in Croydon and in the summer of 1984 read short stories on BBC Radio 4. Adamson was in a play in Harlow when his wife fell dangerously ill in September 1984 and had to quit to return north. In February and March 1985 Adamson was based in Cambridge when he had a part in Entertaining Mr Sloane and in the spring and early summer of 1985, he was in Darlington as he played Tommy Beamish, the leading role of an actor-manager of a troupe of music hall entertainers on the eve of the First World War in Empires by J.B. Priestley.

In February, March and April 1986 Adamson was in A Taste of Honey, a touring play. In the late Summer of 1986, Adamson moved to Toronto, appearing in Run For Your Wife, the Ray Cooney farce at the Bayview Playhouse and later was in a guest role in the detective drama Adderly. Adamson returned to the UK in the Spring of 1988 and played Sir Tunbelly Clumsy in a revival of The Relapse at the Mermaid Theatre from September to December that year, and was in a play called the “Comedians” in Belfast running from February to April 1989. Adamson had to change his address due to a death threat after an argument he had in a pub, which might have been ‘because of the alleged admission that he made in the Sun, being typecast as Len Fairclough, his drinking and reputation’. Or Adamson may have been involved with some heavy people, perhaps Top Docs running a trafficking ring who rigged that trial in 1983 when Len was caught…

Ioan Bowen Rees, County Secretary/CEO of Gwynedd County Council, 1980-91, after graduating from Queens College, Oxford, held a job as a minion of an articled clerk with Denbighshire County Council in the 1950s. Ioan subsequently held solicitors jobs of increasing seniority until he returned to the Land Of His Father in 1980. Ioan’s first post as a fully fledged solicitor was with Lancashire County Council in 1956.

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Acting roles became increasingly rare for Adamson after 1989. He was declared bankrupt in 1991, with £32,000 debts, largely due to the legal fees from the 1983 court case.

Adamson retired from acting after being declared bankrupt. In the final decade of his life he lived on the state pension and benefits in a one bedroom Housing Association flat in Welton, Lincolnshire. Adamson revealed in an interview with the Sunday People in May 1994 that none of the cast had ever contacted him since his sacking and that he had written twice to Julie Goodyear (Bet Lynch) whom he had been very close to, but she never replied. Adamson was also friends with Bryan Mosley and Jean Alexander (Hilda Ogden) but lost touch.

Adamson married his wife Jean on 2 December 1953. They had two sons. Jean, who had suffered from rheumatoid arthritis since her teens, died of septicaemia at Wrightington Hospital in Wigan on 26 September 1984, aged 52.

Adamson successfully underwent surgery for bowel cancer in 1990. He developed osteoarthritis and tinnitus in his later years. Adamson died from stomach cancer in Lincoln County Hospital on 17 January 2002. He left £5,000 to his elder son Michael. Mike Baldwin aka Johnny Briggs paid tribute, as did Hilda Ogden aka Jean Alexander, who said, “It’s sad he has gone, but I hope he is at peace now.” No cast member, past or present, attended his funeral.

After the revelations that Uncle Len had told a journo that he had been guilty as charged in 1983, George Carman stated that it was always a little concerning to find out when one’s client had reassured one that they were innocent that in reality they were as guilty as they come but Ooh I did believe him you know…
I was told that Len and his acquittal courtesy of George Carman’s abilities in Court was somehow related to my battle with the Gang but I didn’t know exactly how, although I knew that Carman was of the Gang, of the Top Docs, lived in Manchester when the Drs Francis were working there and ended up as a neighbour of Bodger’s in Wimbledon after Carman relocated to London in the wake of his success at representing Mr Thrope in 1979.
When I blogged about Len previously I had no idea that Gnome’s grandson Mark was a barrister of Lincoln’s Inn a la George Carman, Lord Denning, Lord Hailsham, Cherie and Miranda. Neither did I remember that Cherie’s dad Liverpool based luvvie Tony Booth had a romance with and married Len Fairclough’s Corrie colleague Elsie Tanner. Image result for tony blair tony booth elsie tanner images

Miranda had been George Carman’s pupil when Miranda was still working as a barrister pre-being the MP for Sedgefield. Cherie was Carman’s junior and worked in his Chambers until 1988.

Elsie Tanner aka Pat Phoenix’s love life was often fodder for tabloid stories. Her first marriage was to actor Peter Marsh, whom she married in Bradford Cathedral in 1953; the marriage lasted only a year, and they were divorced in 1961. In 1972, she married her Coronation Street co-star Alan Browning, who had alcohol-related problems and died from liver failure in 1979.

Phoenix was a practising Catholic and a lifelong supporter of the Labour Party, campaigning for Miranda in Sedgefield at the 1983 General Election.

Phoenix also campaigned with Cherie’s dad for Penelope Piercy’s colleague Wedgie-Benn when he stood as the successful candidate for Chesterfield at the by-election on 1 March 1984. The Gwynne Row had taken off and Maurice Macmillan died nine days later, unexpectedly after an operation…

In March 1986, Phoenix, who smoked 60 cigarettes a day, was diagnosed with lung cancer after collapsing at home. She continued to work following her diagnosis, hiding her illness from most people, including her partner Cherie’s dad. Anne Vernon was killed by the Gang in April 1986. Ollie Brooke was awaiting trial… In the summer of 1986, Pat’s condition deteriorated, forcing her to undergo more extensive treatment and confirming mild speculation in the press that she had health problems. It was later leaked that she had just weeks to live and had been given the last rites.

Phoenix married Cherie’s dad in Stockport in September 1986, attracting much media attention. Eight days later, on 17 Sept 1986, Pat died in her sleep, aged 62. I had just arrived in London to begin my MSc at Hammersmith, after being threatened with arrest by Dafydd if I ever returned to north Wales. At Pat’s request, her funeral service at the Holy Name Church in Manchester featured a large brass band; according to Coronation Street histories written by show historian Daran Little, she wanted the event that marked her death to be as lively as her life. Cherie and Miranda were among the mourners.

Cherie and her proud old dad, Pat Phoenix’s widower:See the source image
Here’s Miranda receiving a peck from Vera Duckworth:See the source imageImage result for tony blair tony booth elsie tanner images
Previous posts have discussed William Roach aka Ken Barlow from Corrie, who went to Rydal School in Colwyn Bay – the son of our landlord on Anglesey was at Rydal while the saga with Len Fairclough in Court was underway – as did Ken Barlow’s son, the luvvie Linus Roach. Ken Barlow became Patron of St David’s Hospice in Llandudno once Alun Davies became CEO of St David’s Hospice…
Then there was Michael Angelis, the husband of Gail Platt from Corrie, having an affair with and eventually marrying Jenny, the auntie of one of my friends who supported me during my battles with the Gang and was targeted herself. Gail and Michael Angelis married in 1991. They divorced in 2001 after Angelis’s affair with Jenny. Jenny’s first husband was Frank Khalastchi, a Harley Street dentist who could not have accumulated his vast riches from implants for celebs. After I began the blog I was told that Frank the Dodgy Dentist was Of The Gang and networked with F’s former father-in-law, a Surrey society dentist who was also Of The Gang and was doing deals with Dafydd to fit F up and jail him, because F and Mr Hayes really did not like each other.
See previous posts…
F used to tell me that when they were all young hippies in Surrey, someone once told him that Mr Hayes was involved with wrongdoing so serious that no-one would ever be believed if they went public on it. F never guessed what it was, but he did often wonder.See the source image
George Carman did wonders for Len Fairclough in Court, but in Jan 1994, Gillian Taylforth of East Enders fame was so badly harassed and stressed at Carman’s hands in Court that she collapsed and was stretchered out of Court. Gillian lost the libel case that she had attempted to bring against a tabloid and it cost her a lot of money and a lot of grief. The message was simple: touch us and we’ll brain you. I am told that it was also a Warning to me and others who were refusing to shut up about Dafydd; when Carman worked in Chambers in Manchester, he knew Geraint Morgan QC, the Tory MP for Denbigh, 1959-83, who worked as a barrister from Chambers in Manchester throughout – and after – his years in the Commons. Morgan was a security services officer and his main brief was to keep the lid on Gwynne and Dafydd et al. Peter Howarth was awaiting trial for the serial sexual abuse of boys in care in north Wales when Carman gave Gillian Taylforth a kicking and I had written to Michael Mansfield about the Gang towards the end of 1993.See the source imageSee the source image
Geraint Morgan QC was of Gray’s Inn, as was Sir William Mars-Jones and Lord Elwyn-Jones. So are Michael Mansfield and St Helena.
George Carman was a gangster and he acted for other gangsters. Image result for tony blair tony booth elsie tanner images They burgled, they threatened, they forged, they blackmailed and they murdered witnesses. If anyone who has ever suffered at the hands of George – who only kept his place in society because he had serious shit on Top Docs of Such Eminent Reputations that even a polite complaint was met with an almighty See the source image – can make use of any info in this blog, be my guest. This lot were atrocious, absolutely atrocious and while George Carman paid people to steal my teenaged letters to Brown, 10,000 documents in my medical records which could have put them all in prison were unlawfully withheld from me for decades. See the source imageSee the source imageSee the source image
Wedgie-Benn’s diary entry of 16 July 1974 mentions that he had lunch with someone who surely must have attended an At Home at Veronica’s place: Otto Clarke, the former Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Technology, who would have been Penelope’s ultimate boss.

Otto knew Gnome and has featured on this blog before; Otto was also known as Sir Richard William Barnes Clarke. Clarke was born in Heanor, Derbyshire, the son of schoolmaster William Thomas Clarke and Helen Rodway Barnes. He was educated at Christ’s Hospital, London and Clare College, Cambridge. Clarke sat the examinations of the Royal Statistical Society in 1932 and was awarded their Frances Wood Prize.

The Lord Piercy
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Piercy in 1945, by Walter Stoneman
President of the Royal Statistical Society
In office
Preceded by Sir Ronald Fisher
Succeeded by Egon Pearson
Personal details
Born 7 February 1886
Died 7 July 1966 (aged 80)
Spouse(s) Mary Pelham (m. 1915 d. 1953)
Veronica Warham (m. 1964)
Children 4
Alma mater London School of Economics

Clarke worked for the British Electrical and Allied Manufacturers’ Association, 1932–33. He was then on the staff of the Financial News (later taken over by the Financial Times) until 1939 and devised the Ordinary Share Index, now the Financial Times Ordinary Share Index.

During World War II Clarke served in the Ministries of Information, Economic Warfare, and Supply and Production, and with the Combined Production and Resources Board in Washington, 1942–43.

Clarke joined the Treasury in 1945 and was its Second Permanent Secretary, 1962–66. CHANCELLORS – Selwyn – Reggie M – ?? Clarke was then Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Aviation in 1966, then at the Ministry of Technology until 1970, retiring from the Civil Service in 1971. From 1973, Clarke was a Vice-President of the Royal Institution.

According to Sir Douglas Wass, Clarke was “a character you either loved and hated or hated” – although he himself stated “I loved him.” Wass stated that, with the exception of Sir Leo Pliatzky, Clarke held most Ministers and colleagues “in high disesteem”.

Richard Clarke was given the honours of OBE in 1944, Companion of the Bath in 1951, and Knight Commander of the Bath in 1964.

According to Clarke’s son Mark, the nickname “Otto” was possibly because of Clarke’s “forceful” personality was considered Germanic. According to Michael Grade’s Big Mate Sir Sam Brittan, “it was because his round glasses and the bridge over the nose looked like OTTO.”

Gnome’s pal and Penelope’s boss was the father of Labour politician Charles Clarke. Charles Clarke has featured frequently on this blog because it was Charles Clarke who was Chief of Staff of the Windbag’s office when Tony Francis was passing confidential/forged/libellous documents about me to er the Windbag’s office. See the source image

Charles Clarke
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Home Secretary
In office
15 December 2004 – 5 May 2006
Prime Minister Tony Blair
Preceded by David Blunkett
Succeeded by John Reid
Secretary of State for Education and Skills
In office
24 October 2002 – 15 December 2004
Prime Minister Tony Blair
Preceded by Estelle Morris
Succeeded by Ruth Kelly
Minister without Portfolio
Chairman of the Labour Party
In office
9 June 2001 – 24 October 2002
Prime Minister Tony Blair
Preceded by Peter Mandelson
Succeeded by John Reid
Member of Parliament
for Norwich South
In office
1 May 1997 – 12 April 2010
Preceded by John Garrett
Succeeded by Simon Wright
Personal details
Charles Rodway Clarke

21 September 1950 (age 69)
Hammersmith, London, England

Political party Labour
Spouse(s) Carol Pearson
Alma mater King’s College, Cambridge

Clarke attended the fee-paying Highgate School where he was Head Boy. Clarke then read Mathematics and Economics at King’s College, Cambridge, where he also served as the President of the Cambridge Students’ Union.

A member of the Broad Left faction, Spoilt Bastard was President of the NUS, 1975-77. Spoilt Bastard had joined the Labour Party by then and was active in the Clause Four group. Spoilt Bastard was the British representative on the Permanent Commission for the World Youth Festival (Cuba), 1977-78.

Spoilt Bastard was elected as a local Councillor in the London Borough of Hackney, being Chair of its Housing Committee and Vice Chair of Economic Development, 1980-86. So not only was Spoilt Bastard a Cllr on the turf of the Gang’s partners operating out of the London Hospital when Gigglers Peter Shore and Ian Mikardo were local MPs, but Clarke was at the scene of the crime when Brave Wendy battled with the Male Medical Establishment, 1985-86. Did Spoilt Bastard March In Support Of Brave Wendy a la Shore, Mikardo and the other people traffickers of the East End?

Gwynne and Dafydd’s mate John Tilley arrived in south London to organise in the Councils in the late 1960s, just as John Allen opened the Bryn Alyn Community, then joined Wandsworth Council in the early 1970s, became Council Leader, then served as Labour MP for Lambeth Central, 1978-83 and after that worked as Chief Economic Advisor for Hackney Borough Council. See ‘Lord Snooty The Third’. Tilley was mates with Lord Scarman and micromanaged Scarman’s Community Relations bit when Scarman was appointed to Chair the Inquiry into the 1981 Brixton Riots. See ‘Only One Died’.

Spoilt Bastard will have been OK then, part of Lord Scarman’s circle, beat that suckers.

We’re the paedophiles’ friends and you can’t get us.

The Lord Scarman
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Leslie George Scarman

29 July 1911

Died 8 December 2004 (aged 93)

Nationality British
Alma mater Brasenose College, Oxford
  • Judge
  • barrister
Title Lord of Appeal in Ordinary
Term 1977–1986
Ruth Wright (m. 1947)
Children 1

Lord Scarman In Briefs:

Scarman was called to the Bar at the Middle Temple in 1936. See the source image Middle Temple also welcomed Greville Janner, Paddy Mayhew, Ronnie Waterhouse, Geoffrey Howe, Patrick Jenkin, Mrs Mills and many other old favourites. Scarman remained briefless until World War II, which he spent in the Royal Air Force as a staff officer in England, North Africa, and then continental Europe. Scarman was present with Arthur Tedder when Alfred Jodl surrendered at Reims. In November 1950 Tedder was elected Chancellor of the University of Cambridge. Tedder also served as Chairman of the Standard Motor Company from 1954 to 1960 and Vice-Chairman of the Board of Governors of the BBC. In 1915 Tedder married Rosalinde Maclardy; they had two sons and a daughter. Following the death of his first wife in an aircraft crash in Egypt in January 1943, Tedder married Marie (Toppy) Black (née Seton) in October 1943. Tedder was the father of two academics associated with Gigglers: John Michael (1926–1994; Late Purdie Professor of Chemistry, University of St. Andrews) and Richard (Professor of Virology at UCL). See previous posts for further Arthur Tedder and offspring details.

and gen on Tedder’s offspring, one NAME of whom is a Clever Scientist networked with the Gigglers.

Scarman returned to law in 1945, practising from Chambers at 2, Crown Office Row, known since the 1970s as Fountain Court Chambers, In the late 1940s and early 1950s Scarman started to build the chambers’ reputation for commercial litigation, together with Alan Orr and Melford Stevenson, supported by a notable clerk, Cyril Batchelor.

Scarman was appointed a High Court judge in 1961, assigned to the Probate, Divorce and Admiralty Division, transferring to the Family Division when the latter was created in 1971. Scarman joined the Court of Appeal in 1973, and was sworn of the Privy Council. On 30 September 1977, Scarman was made a Lord of Appeal in Ordinary, becoming Baron Scarman, of Quatt in the County of Shropshire. He served in the Lords until his retirement in 1986, the year in which the Gang killed my friend Anne, I was unlawfully detained by the Gang twice and Ollie Brooke was convicted and jailed for child porn offences. In 1986 Brave Wendy’s Name Was Cleared, after her friend Bodger acted as an Independent Expert Witness on her behalf; Bodger’s friend Ollie was awaiting trial on child porn charges  while Bodger gave Independent Expert Evidence on behalf of Brave Wendy.

Scarman was appointed Head of the Law Commission, 1965-73, during which time 27 Commission-inspired statutes were made law. Although widely regarded as a liberal, Scarman upheld the blasphemy conviction of Gay News (1979), punctured the GLC’s Fares Fair low-cost public transport policy (1981) and supported the banning of trade unions at GCHQ (1985). Scarman Chaired inquiries into the Northern Ireland riots of August 1969 (1969–1972), the Red Lion Square disorders (1975) and the Grunwick dispute (1977). HERE

Scarman served as Chancellor of the University of Warwick, succeeding Denbighshire-born Viscount Cyril Radcliffe when Radcliffe – who established his reputation by being the genius behind the Partition of India that resulted in civil unrest and the deaths of millions and was assisted in this by Lord Mountbatten – after Radcliffe died in April 1977. Scarman remained as Chancellor until 1989, when he was succeeded by International Giggler Sir Shridath aka Sonny Ramphal, who held the role from 1989 until 2002. See previous posts. The Red Lion Square disorders resulted in the assaults of Warwick students as well as the death of one of them (see previous posts) and the police who inflicted such grievous injuries upon the students were never held to account, so I wonder how the Warwick students felt about Gwynne and Dafydd’s mate subsequently becoming Chancellor.

Vichy Warwick Paid Tribute to Scarman when he died on their website:

Obituary: Lord Scarman (1911 – 2004)

Sketch of Lord Scarman by Tom PhillipsIt is with great sadness that the University reports the death of Lord Scarman, the University’s second Chancellor (1977 – 1989). The Right Honorable Lord Leslie George Scarman P.C., OBE, died aged 93 on Wednesday 8 December. Prior to becoming the University’s Chancellor upon the death of founding Chancellor Lord Radcliffe, the Universityconferred the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws on him in 1974. At the time the Honorary Degrees Committee said:

“Lord Scarman’s intellectual eminence is beyond doubt, his early career in particular being a most distinguished academic one. He has always shown a keen interest in universities, and has been at the forefront of efforts to build bridges of mutual understanding between them and the legal profession.”

During his Chancellorship this assessment proved itself to be more than true. In obituaries today Lord Scarman has been described as ‘one of the finest lawyers of the post-war era’ and ‘one of the best-known judges in Britain’.

Leslie George Scarman was born on 29th July 1911 in South London. As a child Scarman went to Radley School later moving on to Brasenose College, Oxford where he achieved a double first. He joined the Middle Temple on his admission to the Bar in 1936, took silk in 1957 and four years later was appointed a High Court Judge of the Justice, Probate, Divorce and Admiralty Division (later the Family Division). In 1973 he went to the Court of Appeal and became a Law Lord in 1977. He was best known for his work on commissions to look into public and social disorder: Northern Ireland (1969), the Red Lion Square riot (1974), the Grunwick dispute (1977) and the Brixton Riots (1981).

A longstanding campaigner for human rights, Lord Scarman said at one of his last public appearances in 1996 that he hoped to live long enough to see the Human Rights Convention become law in Britain. The Convention became law four years ago.

The Scarman Trust, a national charity committed to helping citizens bring about change in their community, was founded by Lord Scarman in 1991. His public enquiries played a key role in making the government listen to its citizens. The Trust was set up to continue that ‘bottom up’ approach to democracy and was rooted in the constitutional reform movement. Lord Scarman was its first chair and guiding inspiration.

The University’s portrait of Lord Scarman is framed by Thomas Jefferson’s words: ‘I know no safe depository of the ultimate powers of the society but the people themselves; and if we think them not enlightened enough to exercise their control with a wholesome discretion, the remedy is not to take it from them, but to inform their discretion by education.’Image result for there's always something there to remind me images

The University would like to express its condolences to Lord Scarman’s wife Ruth Wright and the couple’s son.

Warwick University who’s first VC was Lord Jack Butterworth, friend of Giggler and Spy Chief Richard Crossman, Jack who did dodgy deals with the big car companies in the UK and US in return for funding for Warwick University. The car companies that Tony Benn did equally dodgy deals with when he was Sunny Jim’s Secretary of Trade (see ‘By Popular Demand – Or Request?’.See the source image

Scarman was President of the British Institute of Human Rights, and worked on behalf of the Prince’s Trust, the Birmingham Six, and Charter 88 among many other projects. The Birmingham Six were only released after their many years of wrongful imprisonment by Michael Mansfield and their other lawyers agreeing not to ever take a case against Dafydd et al on behalf of the likes of me; MM et al needed the co-operation of the Top Docs as Expert Witnesses to win the cases that made them superheroes.

It was in 1991, the year in which I and three of my mates who supported me and were witness to the Gang had our careers ruined, that Scarman set up the Scarman Trust. 1991 was a good year for Peter Morrison as well, in Feb 1991 Brenda gave him a K. Image result for there's always something there to remind me images In Jan 1991, Giggler Dr Paul Bowden, one of the UK’s – indeed the world’s – most Eminent Forensic Psychiatrists from the Maudsley managed to provide the Top Docs at Springfield Hospital with his Detailed Assessment of me Having Interviewed me, some days before Bowden had ever met me. Bowden co-authored with Bluglass and er knew Dafydd. In Feb 1991, Bowden’s colleague – and St Helena’s friend – Eminent Forensic Psychiatrist Nigel Eastman of St George’s told me to go back to north Wales because Dafydd knew me and was my doctor. Eastman had by then received a letter from his colleague Dr Robin Jacobson telling him that Dafydd had declared me to be ‘attractive and seductive’, that Dafydd was sexually abusing patients and Jacobson thought that Tony Francis probably was as well. All Docs in London refused to treat me because I was Dafydd’s Patient. Nigel Eastman is a barrister as well as a Top Doc, a Bristol University graduate a la DGE Wood and a member of Gray’s Inn, as are St Helena, Michael Mansfield and Michael Beloff.

See ‘The Price Is Right’ for full details.

Never mind, here’s Lord Scarman with his Scarman Trust to sort it all out.See the source imageSee the source imageImage result for sir peter morrison images


Now Then. Crossman’s friend Jack Butterworth was definitely the first VC of Warwick University, but some sources state that Jack became VC in 1963, year of Whores and Sluts, other sources state 1965. It may be that Jack was appointed in 1963 and Warwick, being a brand new university, took time to get up and running, or it may be that porkies are being told. Jack remained VC until 1985, as the Gwynne Row caused the earth’s tectonic plates to shift around and smash into each other etc. In 1985 Jack bagged his peerage and subsequently sat as a Tory in the Lords.

I hadn’t previously associated Lord Jack directly with Gwynne and Dafydd per se, I just presumed that Jack was another unscrupulous toady to Harold Wilson et al. For the same reason I didn’t take much notice of people who have been telling me that those we know and love had great reason to quake in their boots when Merfyn, one of the Warwick students who broke into the Registry and found the incriminating evidence against Butterworth in 1970, began helping with parts of my PhD.

I have been remiss yet again. I have blogged about Jack and his wife and daughter previously, but that was before I was Gnome-aware.

Interesting Facts: Jack was an Oxford graduate who became a lawyer. In 1946 he became a member of Lincoln’s Inn and became a law tutor at New College, Oxford. Jack was made an Honorary Bencher of Lincoln’s Inn in 1953. Jack served as bursar of New College for the last seven years of his time at Oxford. So Jack of Lincoln’s Inn knew Lincoln’s Inn members Lord Denning, Lord Hailsham, George Carman, Cherie, Miranda and Miranda’s brother the High Court Judge Sir William Blair. And er Gnome’s grandson the Hon Mark Piercy of Lincoln’s Inn who studied at New College Oxford (see ‘Time For Resignations…’). The New College Oxford that is famed for being a recruiting ground for the British security services; it’s what Dick Crossman and Jack Butterworth were doing when they worked as dons at New College.

Jack’s other passions were the Association of Commonwealth Universities, a post-imperial organisation devoted to providing assistance to anglophone universities in developing countries, of which he was Chairman for 10 years; and the Foundation for Science and Technology, of which Jack became Chairman in 1990, subsequently holding the position of President until his death.

Jack died on 19 June 2003, one month after I began my PhD, in the year that Merfyn was appointed Acting VC of Bangor University. It was in 2003 that the attempt to fit me up for threatening to kill Alun Davies fell apart in the face of obvious perjury on the part of some eight NHS staff and a police officer. I had just begun my PhD and my PhD supervisor wrote to the Court in support of me, but not in any way trying to influence Court decisions; the response of corrupt presiding judge Huw Daniel – Gang member of old (as was Daniel’s dad Prof J.E. Daniel, they both went to Friar’s School and then Jesus College, Oxford) – to my PhD supervisor’s letter was to hurl insults at ‘Bangor University’ in open Court. But then Daniel broke the law in open Court as well.

Butterworth was the Chairman of Midland Community Radio, the consortium which successfully bid for the Independent Local Radio franchise for Coventry and Warwickshire. The radio station launched as Mercia Sound in 1980.

I mentioned in previous posts that Butterworth’s wife Lady Doris was President of the Royal College of Midwives without being a midwife herself and that this will have been helpful in the case of Top Docs involved with illegal abortions, poor maternity care leading to disability and death, or, a la Gwynne and Dafydd, the abduction of babies from mothers wrongly imprisoned in Denbigh, the selling of those babies etc.

Now I’ll remind everyone of the career of Lord Jack’s daughter, Anna Walker:

Anna Elizabeth Blackstock Walker CB (born 1951) is a British senior civil servant and regulator of services. In 1983 Walker married Timothy Walker, with whom she has three adult children. Timothy Edward Hanson Walker,(born 27 July 1945), is a retired senior civil servant. Timothy Walker served as Director General of the Immigration and Nationality Directorate from 1995 to 1998, and Director General of the Health and Safety Executive from 2000 to 2005. From 2006 to 2012, Timothy Walker was the Third Church Estates Commissioner, one of the most senior lay people in the Church of England. In 1969, Walker married Judith Mann; she died in 1976. Together they had one daughter. In Brenda’s 1998 Birthday Honours, Walker was appointed a Companion of the Order of the Bath (CB) in recognition of his service as Director-General of the Immigration and Nationality Directorate.

Anna Walker succeeded Chris Bolt as Chair of the Office of Rail Regulation on 5 July 2009 when Bolt’s five-year term of office expired. In this role, Walker was the IRG-Rail Chair for 2013; the members of IRG-Rail consist of the independent Regulatory Bodies of 21 countries inside and outside the European Union. Anna stepped down from this role in 2015 and was replaced by Stephen Glaister.

Anna was Chief Executive of the Healthcare Commission from its formation on 1 April 2004 until 31 March 2009, when the Commission was abolished and its functions in England were broadly subsumed by the Care Quality Commission. The Healthcare Commission lied about abusive, dangerous NHS services, including those in north Wales in response to evidence provided by me both before and after Anna was CEO of the Commission. See previous posts.

Anna was:


Readers will be able to correlate Anna’s biography with those of the Gnomes and so many other old favourites of this blog, including Dame Viv Duffield, alumnus of Lady Margaret Hall, mistress (between 1973 and 2005) Sir Jocelyn Stevens, who was Managing Director of Express Newspapers and Chairman of English Heritage.  Jocelyn dumped Viv for a Young Thing and Viv was heartbroken. Jocelyn was an aristo with Royal friendships and from a family full of courtiers. Jocelyn’s early ventures in publishing included Society Magazines and Jocelyn employed Lord Snowdon as a photographer. Image result for rupert bear images Jocelyn and his mates bankrolled the Gang. Dame Viv’s first husband John Duffield – they divorced in 1976 – was a City financier who became a tax exile in Switzerland who’s dad John Elwes Duffield (1910-2009) was a psychiatrist friend of Gwynne and Dafydd. Dame Viv’s dad Charles Clore was a Philanthropist who inexplicably made a huge amount of money; Clore was a client of Slut Christine Keeler. Dame Viv took over the management of the Clore Foundation, Charles’s charidee; it is now called the Duffield Foundation. The Clore Foundation financed the establishment of a Dept of Biochemistry at the University of Buckingham by Whore Dame Anna Beloff-Chain, Lord Max Beloff’s sister. In 1986 to be precise. Lord Max had helped establish the University of Buckingham, Britain’s first private university. Slut Thatch served as Chancellor, as did other right wing supporters of Giggles. Tart With A Heart Dame Viv is the step-grandmother of the Delavigne Family Of Slags. One of Dame Viv’s numerous appointments was as Chair of the Campaign for Oxford, to raise huge amounts of dosh for the already very rich brothel Oxford University.

A 2005 London Evening Standard article estimated that Dame Viv and the Foundations she controls had donated in excess of £176 million. Dame Vivien Duffield’s charitable work has been formally acknowledged by many institutions, both in the UK and in Israel. Viv was appointed a CBE in 1989, promoted to DBE in 2000 Image result for waterhouse report images and in 2008 Carlo presented Dame Vivien with one of the first Medals for Arts Philanthropy. The Medal celebrates individuals who support the arts and recognises the contribution of the most inspiring philanthropists in the UK. In 2006, Viv was awarded the Beacon Fellowship Prize. In February 2013 Dame Viv was assessed as one of the 100 most powerful women in the UK by Woman’s Hour on BBC Radio 4. In 2017 the Dame was appointed an Honorary Fellow of the Royal College of Art. Well that showed me after beginning this blog. Lord Snowdon died on 13 Jan 2017.

Read all about the extensive network of horrors that is Dame Viv and her family and friends in previous posts.

Re Benenden, Anna Walker’s old school, previous posts discuss Benenden and a former pupil, Adrianne Reveley. Adrianne was the Harley Street Independent Expert Who Was No Better Than She Ought To Be whom the Welsh Govt legal services asked my solicitor if I would agree to see when I tried to mount a negligence case against the NHS. Adrianne tried to persuade Brown to leave the room after Brown told Adrianne of incidents of Dafydd et al threatening me and trying to bribe me etc, as well as an attempt to run us off the road at high speed. I told Brown to stay and Adrianne brought the interview to a rapid close.

I later found out that Adrianne knew Dafydd and Gwynne and had for years worked with the people traffickers of the Maudsley. Her husband worked as a psychiatrist in Leicester and knew Gwynne’s mate Dr James Earp. Adrianne’s dad was a Top Doc who relocated from Ireland to England and facilitated organised abuse in Gwynne’s era. Adrianne was involved in PR work for Benenden after revelations of a sex abuse ring operating in the school. Adrianne is now dead, she died as I began to get going with this blog. Adrianne died rapidly from a form of cancer that usually takes many years to kill, but then Adrianne was daft enough to accept Treatment from King’s College Hospital, London. See eg. ‘Adrianne Reveley – A Loving Tribute’.

One of Adrianne’s sons is a Govt lawyer who works or did work in the Home Office, another is a neuropsychologist of the Experiments On Primates’ Brains variety. Adrianne’s former junior doctor is Ben Goldacre, of Exposing Bad Science fame. Ben Goldacre has exposed a lot of bad science, but not that on the part of his colleagues, let alone their criminality.

Anna Walker knew Gnome’s daughter Penelope -Ooh She Was A Goer –  in the Civil Service and Anna worked with Gnome family friend Tony Benn in her capacity as a Civil Service Mandarin.

Serious Organised Crime. The Top Docs are underpinning it. International as well, Anna Walker spent time at Bryn Mawr College in the US; the documents that Merfyn, the Philanderer and the other students found in the Registry at Warwick demonstrated that Lord Jack was involved with corrupt deals with the motor industry in the US as well as in the UK. Those documents were discovered and publicised in 1970. The Warwick Events were famous, those documents and what they showed were no secret. Lord Jack remained as VC and continued playing a high profile role in Warwickshire High Society, with Robert Bluglass, Donald Trelford and others.

Corrupt deals with international industry Jack? Excellent, Thatch wants you in the Lords, it’s 1985, there’s a Bird who won’t shut up about Gwynne and she’s a distant relative by marriage of the Gnomes…See the source image

Miranda was involved with Labour politics in Hackney and Shoreditch in the early 1980s, stood as a candidate for election to the Council in 1982 but wasn’t selected. Miranda’s time in Hackney politics coincided with Lord Scarman’s Sensitivity, Compassion and Wise Judgement that led to Scarman’s friendship with John Tilley and Scarman not noticing what Gwynne and Dafydd et al were getting up to in the Brixton area.

Spoilt Bastard worked as a researcher and later Chief of Staff, for the Windbag from February 1981 until 1992.See the source image

Spoilt Bastard’s long association with the Windbag and with the General Election defeat in 1992 was expected to handicap him in his career. But Spoilt Bastard bounced back. See the source imageSpoilt Bastard spent the mid 1990s away from national politics, working in the private sector – from 1992 to 1997, he was Chief Executive of Quality Public Affairs, a public affairs management consultancy – and subsequently emerged as a high flyer under the Labour leadership of Miranda, entering the Commons for a seat on the site of the big ring in Norfolk that David Ennals facilitated for so many years, in May 1997 when Ronnie Waterhouse was five months into his Inquiry. Ronnie of Middle Temple.See the source image

Can someone let me know whether Spoilt Bastard knows my posh relative William? William was rather like Spoilt Bastard, the son of a comfortably off middle class family (from Oxford) who is of Spoilt Bastard’s vintage and was Red at university – I think William went to Cambridge rather than Oxford – had very long hair and wore John Lennon specs. William came to visit us with his mum and dad when I was about nine or ten, and his mum and dad were Very Worried about his Trot politics. He was quite pleasant though but very quiet and watched TV with my sister and I. A few months later William was really causing concern because he’d taken a job down the drains, what with William being A Worker. I was quite interested in the Posh Trotskyite Drains Worker, mainly because I presumed that he was in the same sort of social class as That Dreadful Peter Hain.

Imagine how disappointed I was when I made enquiries about the Revolutionary Relative some time later to be told that William had given up being A Worker and had now got a Proper Job. It was even worse by the time I was a teenager, because William was by then a Civil Servant. So I think he was rather like Spoilt Bastard.

I can remember much about William and his parents – Bill and Stella – but I cannot remember what their surname was. I’m not good on the surnames of the posh relatives. Stella was my grandfather’s niece and grandpa was very fond of her when she was a child so they kept in touch. I always thought that Bill and Stella were very much nicer than most of the other posh relatives but they went off the rails when they joined the SDP in 1981. That was the last time that I saw Bill and Stella and they were very pleasant to me, but after I began this blog I was told that Stella, being big in the SDP in Oxford, had been Got At by Dr Death et al. I have no idea whether Bill and Stella were manipulated without realising it, or whether they were told lies about me, but I was told that they had been utilised by the Gang.See the source image

Reading Charles Clarke’s profile reminded me so much of William that I thought I’d ask if any readers had any info.


There are frequent references in Benn’s diaries 1973-76 to alleged smear campaigns and dirty tricks directed at Leading Labour Politicians and everyone believed that they were being bugged by the security services, including Benn and Clive Jenkins. Which they no doubt were, if our house was then of course Benn, Clive etc will have been under surveillance. However they don’t seem to have suffered the sort of deleterious consequences that we did from the activity of the security services…

As for the smears, it was somewhat ironic to read in Benn’s diary that one of the Dirtiest Tricks occurred ‘in July 1974 when a bank statement from a Swiss account in Ted Short’s name was anonymously circulated, detailing payments into it of several thousand pounds. The statement was a forgery and no such account existed. The perpetrators of the smear have never been discovered’. On 18 Sept 1974 Benn noted in his diary that ‘there was some discussion about smears and Barbara Castle said that she had heard that ‘The Sunday Times’ was going to reveal that Ted Short owned six houses; and Harold said that there was a rumour that his income tax returns had been photocopies, and so on’.

As ye sow, so shall ye reap!

Was Benn pushed into bankruptcy by Maurice Macmillan and collaborating pals from across the political spectrum? Was ALL his money stolen, including legacies for his grandchildren? Did a paedophile target Melissa Benn when she was 12? Were the teachers at Melissa’s school concealing sex offenders and telling the other kids bare-faced lies about her grandfather? Has Melissa ever found that FORGED medical records about her and documents alleged to have been written by her were sent to Spoilt Bastard and unknown others? Was Melissa violently assaulted, wrongfully arrested, unlawfully imprisoned, dragged through the High Court repeatedly while perjury was exposed yet no action followed, See the source imageall because she’d complained about a Royal Lobotomist and his depraved old mates?

Eeh we had it tough Melissa! And the kids who were raped and buggered in children’s homes in north Wales and then found dead in Risley Remand Centre had it even tougher while your dad was bellyaching about those corrupt politicians having their feelings hurt, which is all it was, because no-one believed the smears! Some people did believe the lies about us.

Eeh I were propositioned by t’Royal Lobotomist you know, who was running t’paedophile ring and eeh because I refused to shut up about him my friend was murdered and I and other friends had our careers destroyed by Michael Grade et al. See the source image Eeh and t’Royal Lobotomist’s friends sent Zany Graham to befriend a member of my family and John Cleese began publishing books with Robin Skynner who was a mate of t’Royal Lobotomist. Eeh we lived in’t house, but it wasn’t much of an ouse, we couldn’t afford to repair it until Mr Bridgy Celeb found himself in possession of so much money after Zany Graham’s mates got to know him, because all grandpa’s money had been stolen! I mean when I say ouse, it were an ouse, it weren’t a shoebox in’t middle of road, but it might well have been at one point because eeh when everyone was on holiday t’water tank burst and Brown and I had stayed at t’ouse to look after t’animals and Brown knew how to do plumbing so eeh Brown mended t’water tank, did all the associated plumbing and fixed it all and eeh cleaned up mess, but eeh rumours were put round about Brown! Why? Because when Brown does plumbing he does plumbing in’t nude! It makes sense because he was getting very wet and there was only me and him in house at time, so Brown did the plumbing in the nude. Eeh so not only was I a prostitute but Brown Ran Around Naked too… Eeh and we’d paid for repairs as well, out of t’money we’d earnt working on’t farms. Eeh no wonder Zany Graham and his friends were so rude about us!

Eeh and t’same summer holiday, there were loads of poppies in’t front garden, all wi’t poppy heads on them and one night my mate turned up wi’t her friends because they were on’t way t’party and they’d said to my mate ‘There’s a house near Fiddington and the garden is FULL of poppy heads’ and my mate said that she knew girl who lived in’t house, so they all turned up and asked if we wanted t’poppy heads. Eeh well I didn’t think we did, so I said eeh no, t’poppies are over, Mrs Brady grows them for t’flowers, I’m sure it’ll be OK if you have t’poppy heads, they’ll be weeded and chucked out soon. So my friend harvested t’poppy heads and off they went. See the source image Eeh Mrs Brady came back from holiday and said ‘Who’s stolen those poppy heads, they’re ALL gone’ and I said eeh, it was my mates, I didn’t think you were saving t’poppy heads… Eeh so t’business of t’poppy heads just went to show that Brown and I were Class A drug fiends.See the source image

And you tell that to the young people of today and they don’t believe you. See the source image

Ted Short who was So Cruelly Smeared was the MP for Newcastle-upon-Tyne Central, 1951-76, one of Gwynne and Dafydd’s partners in crime in the ring in the North East, one of the many who was part of the Poulson-T. Dan Smith Web Of Corruption Scandal but who was never prosecuted.

Ted Short was born in Warcop, Westmorland. Short qualified as a teacher at College of the Venerable Bede, Durham University, before completing a second degree, in law, at London University. He taught on Tyneside until enlisting in 1939. Short served in the Durham Light Infantry during WW II. After leaving the army, Short returned to teaching, becoming Newcastle branch secretary of the NUT and in 1947, Head of Princess Louise Boy’s School, Blyth.

Having joined the Labour Party in 1942, Short was elected a Councillor on Newcastle City Council in 1948, where he led the Labour Group within two years. Short was appointed to the Privy Council in 1964 and was made a Companion of Honour in 1976.

The Lord Glenamara
Deputy Leader of the Labour Party
In office
25 April 1972 – 21 October 1976
Leader Harold Wilson
Preceded by Roy Jenkins
Succeeded by Michael Foot
In office
5 March 1974 – 21 October 1976
Prime Minister
Preceded by Jim Prior
Succeeded by Michael Foot
Shadow Leader of the House of Commons
In office
6 December 1972 – 4 March 1974
Leader Harold Wilson
Preceded by Michael Foot
Succeeded by Jim Prior
Shadow Secretary of State for Education and Science
In office
20 June 1970 – 6 December 1972
Leader Harold Wilson
Preceded by Margaret Thatcher
Secretary of State for Education and Science
In office
6 April 1968 – 20 June 1970
Prime Minister Harold Wilson
Preceded by Patrick Gordon Walker
Succeeded by Margaret Thatcher
Postmaster General
In office
4 July 1966 – 6 April 1968
Prime Minister Harold Wilson
Preceded by Tony Benn
Succeeded by Roy Mason
In office
16 October 1964 – 4 July 1966
Prime Minister Harold Wilson
Preceded by Martin Redmayne
Succeeded by John Silkin
Member of Parliament
for Newcastle upon Tyne Central
In office
25 October 1951 – 4 November 1976
Preceded by Lyall Wilkes
Succeeded by Harry Cowans
Member of the House of Lords
Lord Temporal
In office
28 January 1977 – 4 May 2012
Life peerage
Personal details
Edward Watson Short

17 December 1912
Warcop, Cumbria, England

Died 4 May 2012 (aged 99)
Nationality British
Political party Labour
Alma mater College of the Venerable Bede
Profession Teaching
Military service
Allegiance  United Kingdom
Branch/service  British Army
Rank Captain
Unit Durham Light Infantry
Battles/wars Second World War

Here follows the shite written by Edward Pearce and published by ‘The Guardian’ after this monster died:

Lord Glenamara obituary

Labour deputy leader, loyal supporter of Wilson and begetter of ‘Short money’ in the House of Commons
Ted Short

Ted Short, later Lord Glenamara, during a school visit in 1969, when he was education secretary. He believed that schools should be community-based with some teaching of citizenship.

In debate, the Labour politician Ted Short – Lord Glenamara – who has died aged 99, could resemble the more serious sort of headteacher, a calling he had once followed. Though affable in private, in the Commons he was not given to levity. Rather, he was the sort of unsmart, regionally rooted, atypical politician, incapable of scheming or disloyalty, who held the Labour party together in its old incarnation.

Short first figured in news reports during the party’s Scarborough conference of 1960, notable for Hugh Gaitskell’s “fight, fight and fight again” speech. As soon as it had been delivered, Short was seen moving among MPs, gathering signatures for a motion supporting the leader. It was a congenial task. He was a whip, a loyalist, good at his job and against the upsetting of boats. Loyal to Gaitskell, then to Harold Wilson, who returned the compliment, he was never on good terms with James Callaghan, who in 1976 dropped him with a CH and a peerage. The title he chose on entering the Lords the following year, Glenamara – valley of the lake – relates to Patterdale, on Ullswater in the Lake District, where he had a home at Glenridding. He was unequivocally a man of the north.


Wedgie-Benn didn’t have lunch with only Spoilt Bastard’s dad on 16 July 1974; they were joined by Sir Ray Brookes and other Directors of GKN, the lunch being at GKN House in Kingsway. Benn wrote ‘They received me very courteously but when we sat down Brookes declared if I didn’t remove GKN from the list of top companies for nationalisation within a month they would cancel all their investment plans for the next year… I responded that he knew very well that there was no such nationalisation list and never had been. However GKN was among the names of the top twenty companies in this country, given to me by the Department (of Trade) and I had asked my Dept to check how much public money they’d had. He said everybody in Europe thought that GKN was going to be nationalised. I told him he knew that wasn’t true but I pointed out that his company subscribed to a right wing organisation that went around the country declaring that this was the case – so he was harming himself. It was clear that we may be facing a strike of capital’.

Raymond Percival Brookes, Baron Brookes (10 April 1909-31 July 2002) was a British industrialist. Brookes became the Managing Director of GKN in 1964 and the group’s Chairman and Chief Executive in 1965. He retired in 1974 and was made GKN’s Life President. Brookes was knighted in 1971. On 14 January 1976, he was created a life peer, as Baron Brookes, of West Bromwich in the County of West Midlands. He sat as a Conservative until 1990, when he left the Conservative Party in protest against the removal of Thatch. Brookes then sat as a crossbencher.

Brookes’ obituary from the Torygraph:

The Lord Brookes, the life president of Guest, Keen & Nettlefolds, who has died aged 93, was a versatile and highly articulate industrialist. GKN traced its origins to one of the world’s oldest metal-working businesses, the iron foundry established by John Guest in Glamorgan in the late 18th century. As managing director from 1964 and chairman from 1965 until 1974, Brookes completed the firm’s transition from a steelmaker and manufacturer of nuts and bolts to Britain’s leading producer of metal components for the motor industry – a strategy which he had developed since the end of the Second World War.

During his decade in charge, profits and turnover tripled, faltering only with the onset of the oil crisis in 1974. Brookes once remarked that “the best office you have is the boots you stand up in”. He put faith in intuitive business hunches based on long experience, and was never happier than when patrolling the shop floors of his factories. His strong sense of kinship with his workforce – reflecting a belief that “people are more important than capital” – won him the trust of trade union leaders, whom he handled with exceptional skill.

But despite a streak of old-fashioned paternalism, and a ruminative, pipe-smoking style, Brookes was no soft touch. He was a forceful advocate of free enterprise and self-reliance long before Thatcherism made such concepts fashionable.

Accusing the first Wilson administration of having “fallen short of the nation’s necessities”, he pointedly announced a large corporate donation to the Conservatives a year before such declarations were required by law. He was particularly exercised by extremist infiltration of the industrial unions. In a speech to the Society of Motor Traders and Manufacturers in October 1974, he called for a revision of Bennite industrial policy and declaimed that he “would rather reach for the moon, aye for the sun, to shine on a proud Britannia than spinelessly allow the moles of Marxism to succeed where Goering’s Eagles failed”.

Raymond Percival Brookes was born at West Bromwich on April 10 1909, the son of a wholesale grocer’s representative. He was educated at West Bromwich Lodge Estate School, leaving at 14 to become an apprentice with Charles Bunn, a local firm of drop forgers and founders.

Heeding the advice of his first boss not to become too specialised, he pursued evening courses in mechanical engineering, accountancy and law – a grounding which was to serve him well in his boardroom years. By 23, Brookes was already works manager of Bunns, and in 1939 he became managing director. At the outbreak of war he became involved in the planning and commissioning of “shadow” munitions factories. In 1941 this led – at the instigation of the Ministry of Supply and the Admiralty – to anapproach to Brookes to join a GKN subsidiary, John Garrington & Sons at Darlaston, as manager of a new munitions factory. Having achieved the smooth functioning of the plant’s innovative process for forging naval shells, and impressive output figures, he became a director of Garringtons in 1944.

After the war, Brookes foresaw the potential for mass production of motor components. He persuaded GKN to commission a new plant at Bromsgrove, the “B5 Forge”, incorporating the most advanced technology of the day: high-speed forging processes, and coil induction heaters in place of flame furnaces.

Component contracts were secured from the Ferguson tractor company and, after teething problems had been solved, from Rootes, Ford and other major car makers. Garringtons’ commanding position in this market was reinforced by GKN’s acquisition of numerous competitors.

Another of Brookes’s notable achievements was the establishment in 1951 of Blade Research & Development (BRD) at Aldridge, Staffordshire, to produce aero-engine gas turbine blades for the Korean War. Brookes’s innovations in the production process enabled blades to be turned out faster than ever before.

When military demand declined in the later 1950s, he found a new market for BRD in the manufacture of universal joints and drive-shafts for four-wheel and front-wheel drive vehicles. Brookes advanced to managing director and later chairman of Garringtons, and joined the main GKN board in 1953. There he took charge of several more subsidiaries, including Joseph Sankey, which made everything, in his words, “from soup to nuts” – in fact, from wheels to armoured fighting vehicles.

During Brookes’s chairmanship, several more acquisitions were made in the component sector, at a total cost of some £162 million. These were partly financed by compensation payments from the Government following the renationalisation of the steel industry in 1967, but in 1974 Brookes bought back the Brymbo Steel Works in Wales. He also expanded downstreamactivities in steel stockholding, and developed a steel joint venture in Australia.

When Brookes retired from the chair of GKN, the title of life president was created for him to mark his unique contribution to the company. He was knighted in 1971 for services to export, and became a life peer in 1975.

Brookes was a non-executive director of Plessey and of ATV, and a part-time member of the British Steel Corporation. Among many public appointments, he was the first president of the British Mechanical Engineering Federation, and a past president of both the Society of MotorManufacturers and Traders and the Motor Industry Research Association.

He was vice president of the Engineering Employers’ Federation, and served on the court of governors of Birmingham University.

Failing eyesight limited his contributions to the House of Lords in later years. In 1990 he resigned the Conservative whip in protest at the ousting of Margaret Thatcher, sitting thereafter as a cross-bencher. He died on July 31 2004.

Although professing to dislike the game, Brookes was a keen golfer for 40 years. He also derived pleasure from fly-fishing on the Upper Wye.

The Guardian obituary for Brookes:

He was given a life peerage in 1975 after retiring from what then became GKN, one of the first companies to abandon its real name for meaningless initials. In his valedictory chairman’s statement in the annual report, he talked of “repelling the menace of extremists”, and wrote about liberty as “the inherent right to live in a society where thought, speech, education, literature and the arts and sciences are not shackled by a single party dictatorship”.

It was ironic that while these words were aimed at the militant left, they were written just a few years before the Conservative party began its 18-year hegemony of British politics. By the end of that period, Brookes had become a crossbencher in the Lords, having resigned from the Conservatives in 1990 in disgust at the removal of Margaret Thatcher from its leadership.

His years as chairman and chief executive, from 1965 to 1974, were a time of severe labour unrest and industrial upheaval as first Labour, and then Tory, governments fought to modernise British industry, while simultaneously battling against international economic disturbances. His company was closely linked to the motor industry, so Brookes was at the heart of thestruggle.See the source imageSee the source imageSee the source image

Early in his career, he closed down a factory for weeks to defeat union opposition to a new labour scheme. He donated thousands of pounds of GKN cash to the Conservative party, and to right-wing groups such as Aims for Industry and the Economic League, which exposed militant workers. See the source imageImage result for kim howells images He regarded any attempt to meet the hard left halfway as “appeasement”, which he once described as throwing your friends to the crocodiles in the hope that you would be the last to be eaten.

In 1974, he believed the Confederation of British Industry was guilty of placating the new Labour government, and cancelled GKN’s membership – a dramatic move since the group was then one of the country’s top 20 companies.

But Brookes’ stance was not simply anti-union; nor was it class-based. He came from a modest Birmingham background, left school at 14, and, with a bit of luck, worked his way to the top. He was the kind of industrialist who had a lot of time for workers, so long as they worked hard. See the source imageHe wanted to improve their pay and conditions, and believed good leadership of both employers and workers could deliver benefits for everyone.

He also once described himself as “an old-fashioned imperialist”, and did not shy away from confrontation. Tony Benn records in his diaries a dinner with the GKN board while he was Labour’s industry minister in 1974. Brookes warned that GKN would cancel its investment programme unless Benn changed his policies – which the chairman had interpreted as a threat to nationalise his company.

Brookes’ big break came when he joined a small engineering firm in the early 1920s and became the boss’s protégé. He was encouraged to study engineering, accountancy and law, which took most of his free time for the next five years. His reward was to be made works manager while still in his early 20s, confirming his view that people get on with a combination of brains, hard work, and cheek.

He moved to one of GKN’s metal-forging mills during the war and gradually worked his way up, joining the board in 1956 and reaching the top of the ladder nine years later, at the age of 56. He broadened the group’s base, ironically helped by steel nationalisation, which spurred it on in new directions. GKN was particularly advanced at diversifying geographically, earning half its profits, by the time he retired, from factories in Australia, India, the United States and continental Europe.

Brookes also participated in industry bodies such as the Engineering Employers’ Federation and the CBI. He was on the councils of Birmingham University

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and the London Business School. But he did not enjoy committee work and, despite his strong Conservative leanings, had little time forpoliticians of any shade.

In truth, he was happiest running metal-bashing factories, and regretted both leaving that behind and the lack of time his business life had left for such pursuits as golf and fishing. “A great deal of pleasure went out of my life,” he once said, “when I had to give up running a factory.”

Brookes married Florence Sharman in 1937; she survives him, as does their son.


I have just heard that Sir Keir Starmer has been elected as the new Labour Party Leader, Northern Asian Woman Lisa Nandy having missed out. I surfaced from the blog to have a quick read of the BBC news reports. The Pink Un has Announced that Sir Keir will stand up for Wales; Sir Keir needs to, with the Pink Un, Sister Hutt and Julie Ceaușescu bed blocking in the Senedd because that trio of numpties certainly aren’t making sensible decisions for Wales.See the source image

I was glad to see Sir Keir looking stylish in the hair department with an application of hair oil keeping his distinguished greying Thatch under control.

Now: See the source image

Then:Image result for richard crossman images

My how things haven’t changed!

Sir Keir is of course a lawyer, the former DPP (see ‘A Future Leader Of The Labour Party’. viz comic legal advice man pub I’m sure that Mark and Vivien Piercy, Esteemed Dulwich-based lawyers (see ‘Time For Resignations…’), will be congratulating Sir Keir on his new role and inviting him over for a drink very soon. I presume that the Philanderer will not be on the guest list.

Author: Sally Baker

I am a writer and a sociologist, originally from Somerset, but I’ve been based in Wales for most of my life. I had my first encounter with a mental health professional in 1984 at the age of 21. My GP described this man to my then partner – who also became a sociologist – as someone who had experienced ‘considerable success’. My meeting with this psychiatrist was a disaster and we attempted to complain about his insensitivity and highly inappropriate behaviour. That was the first time we were threatened and pressurised to withdraw a complaint against a mental health professional. This man is long dead – he was a retired psychiatrist from the North Wales Hospital Denbigh, T. Gwynne Williams, who was working shifts in the student health centre at University College of North Wales (now Bangor University). We discovered years later that this ‘successful man’ was notorious – he had been an enthusiastic lobotomist…

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  1. Dear Readers
    Thank you for the messages telling me that I don’t actually need to continue with this blog, the Top Docs are begging for mercy. I’m not sure from whom they are begging for mercy, because the worthless criminals haven’t contacted me to explain the 10,000 documents and decades of serious aggro! So for the moment I’ll be carrying on MDU.

    I have loads more in the pipeline, although I do understand that it is the sort of political history that may be fascinating to me but not of interest to many other people. However I am aware that a lot of people who were stitched up by the Gang back in the 70s and 80s are now trying to get their cases re-opened and at least some of that seems to be a response to this blog. Best of luck with those campaigns, the Gang were atrocious, I hate to think how many people spent years in prison because of them, they were dreadful. I have a few posts under development that may be useful to some of those campaigners or to other people who were financially and personally ruined by Gwynne, Dafydd and their vile criminal mates.

    I’ve been asked a lot about one family of posh relatives of mine who were much nicer than the other posh relatives who I am being told were under attack without realising it. Yes, I worked that out; they were a lovely family who would have been very vulnerable to the Gang in terms of the school their daughter attended, their place of residence, the profession of the father of the family, the fact that they had been close to grandpa and father and weren’t loathed a la the Piercys etc. Their personal lives hit disaster after disaster once the Gang came after me. They have been mentioned in previous posts but I don’t want to say too much because there was the next generation of children who will now be in their 30s and 40s reading online contributions etc. It seems that someone knew that they were being targeted, that the serious health and financial problems etc were not just coincidental.

    What you have done is unforgivable MDU, just unforgivable. So you just drop me a line telling me that you are dissolving your criminal organisation, along with the offer of compensation and then I might think about stopping the blog OK?

  2. I have been asking myself what I would do. A Director of the GMC has advised me that under emergency orders I have a license to practice medicine. So that’s nice.
    I thanked her for communicating with me but explained that my loss of faith persists., that the NHS North Regional Medical Director really should have dealt with me via the NHS whistleblower policy re serious organised crime in the NHS and that the threat of the North East & Cumbria Medical Director was wholly inappropriate and really not very well informed. I have had no further communication, but I suppose it is difficult what with a crisis and all that.

    1. I forget the number of occasions that I have sent emails to Guardian journalists attempting to secure journalist scrutiny and support for my professional concerns re serious organised crime in the NHS, by which I mean patient deaths, prescription drug diversion and historical child sexual abuse/trafficking in East and North Yorkshire. So I thought this article was relevant.
      This doctor will not be joining the returners because how can I when those I wrote to in NHS England remain in charge. I gave up my livelihood, have had no income and much reduced opportunity since July 2016.

  3. Thanks to those who are telling me that former DPP Sir Keir won the Labour Party leadership by an overwhelming majority because recent revelations on this blog are thought to have put the fear of God into so many in the Labour Party. I didn’t know you cared and furthermore I am deeply flattered, amazed and gobsmacked that I have influenced the result of the Labour leadership, I just assumed that it was a backlash against Northern Asian Woman Lisa.

    Let me just explain as Dafydd would say…
    Labour Party! If Sir Keir has indeed been elected on the notion that he might be a crooked lawyer who can Deal With That Bloody Woman and Her Blog, past experience suggests that this could well blow up in your faces big time. Crooked lawyers have left you all in a very big mess and Gnome’s family didn’t have the answers anyway. Porn shots of Paul McCartney didn’t win me over, neither did the threats, illegal imprisonment, attempts at bribery and blackmail, violent assaults etc. None of it worked, but we did derive much entertainment from Dafydd’s idiocies.

    Had you not hounded me out of every job that I ever had, I would now be beavering away in medical research or working with Apollo and my old muckers at Bangor University. Had people not worked so hard to hold us back, Brown and I would have probably become well-known academics but I wouldn’t be influencing the results of Labour Party leadership contests and I would never, ever have taken to blogging, exploring the Glorious Lost Past of my family of myth but which I had just consigned to the past long ago and ended up receiving info that I would have been some sort of a Lucan-related heiress had grandpa not been shafted by Tiny Rowland.

    You really are just chumps, all I remember as a middle aged adult looking back is how dreadfully I watched plebs treated by people who were paid to serve them in some way. As Brown observed, it was very difficult being beaten up by the working classes in Bridgy but now I understand just what a bloody raw deal they had. I’m not in touch with many people from Bridgy but I know people who are and I receive updates. The disadvantage and kicking that so many of us experienced as teens and young adults was atrocious. The Labour Party could have helped us but they didn’t, not at all. What they did do was deals with my posh relatives to literally sacrifice me because ooh her complaints are causing havoc. I was complaining about a criminal gang who were murdering people. The deals kept Thatch in Govt.

    You really do all need to learn that deceit and dishonesty haven’t saved you, they have left you in a terrible position. If Keir is the crook that you hope that he is, Keir will not be the answer either.

    I’ve been so busy on the blog that I haven’t caught up with the latest method of electing Labour Party Leaders. I expect that Little Nell, Miranda and Cherie all have a block vote worth millions of other people’s votes. It would explain everything.

    Do start learning politicians, haven’t the general public paid a high enough price? If you can’t understand that General Pinochet, a mass murderer, never had to account for what he did because Jack Straw rolled over in the face of the crooked Top Docs acting on the orders of John Biffen, who’s gunpowder was him going to school with father and my Uncle and joining in the shafting after grandpa dared pipe up, there’s no hope for you. Go now, you CANNOT do the jobs that you have literally killed to achieve, just go morons. That includes you Drakeford you big disastrous idiot, just look at where you have led Wales.

    Has Heseltine been found dead yet? I wouldn’t dare Seek Medical Advice Hezza no matter what your condition! But then you know how bloody dishonest they are of old.

        1. Readers will know that Doughty Street Chambers houses St Helena, Theo Huckle and Amal Clooney, Wise Owl! St Helena knew about my case, kept quiet in public but behind the scenes networked frantically with all those shafting me, as did her colleague Michael Mansfield and Theo Huckle was the Counsel General for Wales who read the 10,000 documents in my possession and maintained that I had no claim for clinical negligence all! Theo’s previous is as a clinical negligence lawyer.

          Do you want to know the circumstances under which Theo was appointed Counsel General for Wales Wise Owl?
          I’ll tell you.

          After I was threatened at gun point AND cars tried to run me off the road, I sent a note to Merfyn the VC telling him that I was being terrorised by Martin Jones and other NHS senior managers in north Wales, that they were DANGEROUS and please could Merfyn explain loudly and clearly to someone in authority how very serious matters had become because my e mails to the GMC, the Welsh Govt Health Ministers and Peter Hain, Secretary of State, were simply being ignored. I know that Merfyn got my letter because I called round later and Catrin, Merfyn’s new wife, was very nice and said yes, its OK, we got the note.

          Later that evening Carwyn Jones, then FM, announced that a new Counsel General had been appointed, Theo Huckle. There was a lot of media coverage of the appointment and everyone was asking WHY has a medical negligence expert been appointed as Counsel General??

          Only one person knew that I sent my SOS note to Merfyn: the other person who had also been threatened at gun point, Gwil ap Gruffudd, then a PhD student at Bangor who I had become very friendly with, not realising that his entire family were all members of the Gang, working for the NHS AND that Gwil was leaking all sorts to them. The night that Theo was appointed Gwil said ‘Fucking hell, that’s you that is, Merfyn must have told Carwyn about your note asking for help’.

          Over the next few days, Gwil rang my solicitor, said that he was withdrawing the statement that he had made in support of me re witnessing the threats and wrongful arrests etc and told her that he was now giving evidence on behalf of the NHS Trust. Gwil then withdrew from his PhD; I was one of his supervisors and I never really saw him again. Some time later he sent me an e mail at 4am telling me that he was suicidal and would I help him. I ignored it. He then wrote me another e mail saying that he knew that he owed me £4k and he felt bad that he hadn’t repaid me and if I went to his house I could collect it! I didn’t even reply because I also knew by then that he had stolen my password, downloaded thousands of e mails, research plans etc and was obviously blackmailing and bribing everywhere.

          After I began this blog I was told that there was a plan to actually kill me if I was daft enough to go to Gwil’s as invited; guns were in wait I was told…I did guess that a reception committee would be there!

          I was threatened even more and left town. Merfyn had been appointed Chair of the Betsi and I used to attend Board meetings as a member of the public. I was violently attacked by the daughter of a barrister, in public, injured, in front of witnesses. I went to the police station to report the matter, still bleeding. The police were OK but they called a Doc for my injuries. I just knew this was going to end badly; I was sectioned, my injuries were not even treated. I was taken to Wrexham Maelor Hospital and after a few hours I was told the papers had not been signed by the Doc in the police station at Aberystwyth, I was being held illegally, so I was free to go. So I did.

          Wrexham Hospital then advertised me in the media as a missing person! My friends were visited by police and threatened with arrest if they were ‘hiding me’. I was actually in Cumbria on holiday. Wrexham demanded that the police search for me and in Cumbria a mental health team arrived at my hotel! They interviewed me, told me that there was no problem, I clearly was fine and on a walking holiday as I claimed and they left.

          I went on to Scotland where I received an e mail from a friend in Gwynedd telling me that Tony Francis had killed himself but it was all being hushed up. Days later I was unlawfully arrested and detained. Not the police’s fault, it was the fucking Top Docs all the way through. I was unlawfully held for weeks and then transferred back to Wrexham with written reports of my Severe Mental Illness, symptoms being that I believed I had been threatened by a gun in relation to a big paedophile rung in Wales. While I was in the psych hospital in Scotland, John Allen and others were er jailed as a result of Operation Pallial! I was repeatedly told that I was mad and assaulted by Angels again and again. Letters to Glasgow NHS and the Scottish Govt were ignored. I later found out that there had been scandals and investigations in Parkhead Hospital where I was held…

          I’d been in Wrexham Hospital just days when I received the letter from Theo saying that I had no valid claim for clinical negligence. I could do nothing about the situation because I was kept in a locked ward in Wrexham for many more weeks. While all this was going on, Merfyn was forced out as Chair of the Betsi.

          Gwil the Snake is currently on secondment with the Welsh Govt. After I fled and Merfyn was kicked out of the Betsi, Gwil blackmailed a few people in Bangor University and bagged yet more funding to have another go at a PhD and also a lecturing job!

          I was told something else the other day as well. Catrin, Merfyn’s new wife who was Registrar at Aberystwyth University, was the attempt of a set up. As any fule kno, a load of money was embezzled by Aber staff and as Registrar, Catrin had to deal with it. I was told that Aber was unmanageable and it was all grief deliberately caused to throw crap at Catrin. Then the staff of the National Library at Aber went on strike and claimed damages for being bullied by the Director. Then someone set the Library on fire! Who was the bullying boss? Aled, Merfyn’s brother!

          It was the Gang. EVERYONE who dared stand up to those shitbags was attacked at full throttle.

          Merfyn has left public life completely. I don’t know about Catrin and Aled; Catrin won’t be retirement age, but she might have decided that she doesn’t need to be harassed by gangsters. I don’t know about Aled, he is retirement age so he might have taken that route. These are three nice, decent people who had done nothing wrong at all. Aber and Bangor was full of people who had worked with them for years and everyone said oooh yes, they’re very pleasant. Merfyn and Aled had supervised loads of PhDs, were well known as historians, they absolutely did not have reputations like Dafydd!! The Gang gave them hell and no-one defended them.

          Theo is now in Doughty Street and my solicitor was given a job as a tribunals judge after Gwil rang her up and said he was giving evidence for the NHS! Carwyn’s stepped down as FM and the FM is now Drakeford, who was Health Minister while I sat in Wrexham unlawfully detained and was told by Theo that I had no claim for negligence…

          10,000 documents, they’re all here with me! No claim for negligence?? There’s enough evidence here to have jailed God knows how many people…

          1. Forgot to mention Wise Owl. Being me I failed to see the bigger picture throughout the sagas!
            I’ve been told ‘it was Cherie you dumbo’, CHERIE is a bloody human rights lawyer – Doughty Street is a Human Rights Chamber! – who worked for George Carman and knows the biggest lawyers in the business…

            Obviously I only found out the other day that Cherie knows Gnome’s grandson and his wife…

  4. Justine is on the carpet yet again Wise Owl, but no-one’s mentioned Dafydd or Gwynne yet have they? Justine does know about them, because they and their mates – in particular John Cleese’s pal Robin Skynner – were Treating clergy with Marital Problems ie. molesting clergy who’s wives were in meltdown. The Church was adept at Helping Clergy With Problems, including those with wives who could be blamed for their husbands’ inability to keep their trousers on.

    I know because the Bish of Bath and Wells made such an arrangement for the Rev Rigg at Bawdrip. It was highly ineffective, if they wanted to have stopped Rigg they should have let us lot rather more loose than they did in Sunday School, where taking the piss out of Mr Rigg was the most enjoyable part of the morning.

    Go on Rigg, hold Sunday School every day of the week and we’ll ensure that the Naughty Ones from Bawdrip School will be in attendance. Rigg couldn’t Keep Control like Mrs Bates did, I have no idea why, after all he was a serious sex offender, I don’t think Mrs Bates was but she didn’t stand for any of the nonsense that Mr Rigg did.

    Thank you to the readers who have told me that the smear campaign re me and leaked documents to Spoilt Bastard in his capacity as the Windbag’s Chief of Staff was the result of that advert I put in Private Eye asking for info on Dafydd and me ringing that private detective. The campaign and forged documentation did begin before then, well before then, but yes I can certainly understand that they may well have gone into overdrive. I will make the point that even by the time I placed the ad in the Eye and rang the private detective, the Gang had repeatedly propositioned me, threatened me, unlawfully imprisoned me twice, murdered my friend and tried to murder Brown. I had also been followed and trailed by a whole variety of nasties, particularly when I was travelling on trains. Furthermore my enquiries were with a view to finding genuine evidence of the very serious criminality with which Gwynne and Dafydd were so obviously involved, it’s not as if I was forging medical records and letters allegedly written by them!

    This lot really were just very unpleasant, there aren’t any excuses for them. The Labour Party might like to take note that even when Spoilt Bastard was doing his best/worst, his lot lost general elections repeatedly. Can you remember that part of recent political history Spoilt Bastard? Or were you Working for The Other Side, a la those allegations that the security services were doing everything possible to keep the Labour Party unelectable?

  5. Thanks for the comments and questions following up my previous comment about Peter Hitchens. I completely forgot another Miranda-related episode!

    Yes, Simon Cottee, one of my former colleagues in Apollo’s Dept at Bangor University worked with Peter’s brother, the leftie and more acceptable than Peter in Radical Circles, Christopher Hitchens. I know that both the Hitchens brothers had lives that touched many who knew me and many Gigglers – their dad was a senior Navy officer, in Malta when they were born a la Alec Bingley. The boys went to school in Tavistock, Devon and later at the Leys School, Cambridge, of which Trumpers husband Alan Barker – one of Dick Crossman’s spies recruited when Barker was at New College, Oxford – was headmaster. Peter worked on a newspaper in Swindon… There’s much more in their biographies as well…

    What is most salient re this comment is that both the Hitchens brothers when young were International Socialists when Merfyn was. They knew him. I never thought twice about it because lots of people knew Merfyn and the Philanderer when they were activists in the 1960s and 70s. I didn’t think of that re Simon Cottee either, who was working with Christopher Hitchens. Simon was liked by many at Bangor because he was very bright, original and chatty. But Simon was renowned for er not going to work! Simon lived in Italy at one point, no wonder he wasn’t in his office. Anyway, Simon had worked at Bangor before I worked in the sociology dept there and he had caused a really big stink in criminology by publishing a paper when he was still junior tearing apart two very big names in criminology, Stan Cohen and Jock Young. Once he did that Simon was almost ruined, although his paper was a good one. He couldn’t get a job anywhere mainstream and ended up working in Trinidad, where he was held up at gun point.

    It was after I’d begun working for Apollo when Simon returned to Bangor. His return was met with great hostility by the old farts, but a lot of PhD students were delighted that he was coming back. Apollo took the view that Simon was exciting and bright but if he were to return to Bangor he had to er come to work. As far as I could work out, the main mover and shaker behind Simon’s return was Stephen Hester, a very difficult senior criminologist who was very unpopular with a lot of people and had previously acquired a dreadful reputation for Giggling with female undergrads who weren’t always up for it. Two were, but there were a lot of women students who weren’t mincing their words over that ‘revolting old man’. Hester’s Giggles happened before I worked in that Dept but they seemed to have caused much trouble, with allegations of students who Giggled with him being given Firsts, PhDs and even lecturing jobs in return for the Giggles. Hester had bagged a Chair a few years previously and there seemed to have been a big row over that as well. It was all before my time, I just always found Hester very rude and difficult, not at all like Apollo et al, Hester would just sit in seminars glowering at people with a purple tinge to his face, he was weird, but he really liked Simon Cottee and seemed to get Simon the job back at Bangor.

    Simon then reverted to type, didn’t show up at Bangor to teach etc, but spent his time hanging out with Christopher Hitchens and publishing with famous people; then Simon bagged a really big research grant. Simon’s work was interesting, but there were questions about how he seemed to be so favoured in so many ways after enraging the entire criminology establishment. I knew very little about Simon, only that I was told he was from quite a grand background and his dad was I think a judge…

    Christopher Hitchens died in 2011, the event received much coverage. Christopher Hitchens was a witness to much Giggling and crime. Stephen Hester is dead now as well, it’s why I’ve felt able to supply the background above. It was really strange with Hester dying; he wasn’t that old and he died from a brain tumour just after Merfyn’s wife Nerys died from a brain tumour. THREE people in the same dept in Bangor all developed brain tumours at the same time, Nerys and Hester died, the other one was a social work tutor who, with her husband also a social worker, had run that ring on Anglesey for years, they were in the thick of the Gang. She was operated on at the Walton Centre – where they couldn’t do anything for Nerys or Hester – and made a full recovery! It was just so improbable; I know that Nerys was deliberately abandoned by the Top Docs, I had people spitting that in my face at me, but how do THREE people in one small university dept develop brain tumours in the space of four years?? All witnesses to the Gang? God knows what the Top Docs were up to but none of it made sense.

    Now for the purpose of this comment! Miranda of course. Miranda’s emissaries hacked my e mails after Simon had returned to Bangor and I used to e mail Brown about my colleagues and their work and I told him about Simon, Christopher Hitchens etc. Now Then. There was also an e mail from me about Peter Hitchens, but to Merfyn, that Miranda’s henchmen hacked. It was before I realised that the Hitchens’s had been in the IS with Merfyn, but I’d been listening to Peter Hitchens on the radio and I said what I said in the comment on this blog recently; Peter Hitchens is mad but he’s a breath of fresh air because he doesn’t allow himself to be silence by mockery…

    It’s only dawned on me since I received inquiries about me knowing Simon and sending that e mail to Merfyn that Christopher and Hester have both died and that Hester was one of the three witnesses in one small dept who all developed brain tumours; the social worker running the ring was the only one who lived. Simon left Bangor just after Christopher died and is now working at Kent. He’s had quite a bit of high profile media coverage for his work.

    I have been told that all this is somehow related to me and my battle with the Gang years ago and of course Miranda’s war on Merfyn. Miranda needs to bloody well remember that people seem to drop like flies around the Gang, particularly when he sticks his oar in.

    I’m not making any assumptions about the Hitchens re the Giggles or indeed Simon, I don’t know enough about them. Peter and Christopher’s mum was found dead in 1973, in a supposed double suicide with a man whom she was having a relationship with. It’s a well-known incident and it must have been dreadful for them; I know nothing about the details but the circles that her husband the senior Naval officer was moving in were dangerous… The double suicide occurred a year after Alec Bingley died, in the middle of the Lord Lambton/Reggie Maudling/T Dan Smith/Poulson Scandals.

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