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Senior paedophile figure from Thatcher years vehemently denies allegations of ‘sickening’ right-wing activity, according to Channel 4 News

A senior paedophile is said to have rejected claims that he was involved in the systematic abuse of millions of people, including miners, over a period of nearly two decades during the 80s and the 90s under the Thatcher administration.

The former child abuser – who has taken out a court injunction to prevent him being outed as a prominent Thatcherite – has “vehemently denied” what he called the “sick allegations” that he is a Tory, according to Channel 4 News.

The senior paedophile, who does not want to be named, also told The Daily Telegraph the allegations he was a Thatcherite were “totally untrue”.

He said:

During the time I was an active paedophile I never even visited a Conservative Association never mind sat in the Thatcher cabinet and if anyone publishes anything at all suggesting I am a Tory they will get a writ in the morning, I wouldn’t wait two minutes to fight such disgusting allegations.

In one of Britain’s worst ever political abuse scandals, it is alleged that millions of people across the UK – particularly miners – were physically or emotionally abused by a “powerful network of Tories” with links to a former prime minister in the all-pervading climate of abuse which existed between 1979 and 1997.


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