Following the recent revelations about child-raping filth, Cyril Smith, MP, is yet another, even higher-profile politician, about to be exposed as a paedophile?
According to the Mail:
- Labour MP Simon Danczuk may unmask someone ‘much more important’
- He may use parliamentary privilege protection to name the former MP
- Danczuk has urged the politician to come forward of his own volition
The MP who exposed the paedophilia of the late Cyril Smith is threatening to name another former senior politician alleged to have had sex with children.
Simon Danczuk, Labour MP for Rochdale, where one of his predecessors was Smith, said he may unmask someone ‘much more important’ who allegedly abused boys at the notorious Elm Guest House in Barnes, South-West London, which was used as a venue for a paedophile ring of VIPs.
‘I have been contacted by people making serious allegations.’ The MP says he could use parliamentary privilege – which would give him legal immunity – to name the former influential MP.
He added: ‘It would be best for him to come forward of his own volition, but I would consider using privilege to name the parliamentarian.’
Mr Danczuk spoke as it emerged that disgraced former Co-op Bank chairman Paul Flowers faces questioning over an alleged cover-up of child abuse at Knowl View School, a special school in Rochdale linked to local Liberal MP Smith.
Over three decades, boys as young as seven were repeatedly abused at the school by Smith and his cohorts.
It was described as ‘a sweet shop for paedophiles’ and pupils were driven to public toilets to have sex with men who had travelled from all over the North.
In 2012 – two years after Smith’s death – the Crown Prosecution Service admitted the MP should have been charged with historic child sex offences.
At the time of the alleged cover-up, ex-Methodist minister Flowers was vice-chairman of the social services committee at Rochdale Council, which oversaw Knowl View School.
He is to face claims that he and other Rochdale councillors ignored a series of damning reports detailing the abuse.
This week Flowers, 63, who has been charged with three counts relating to possession of cocaine, ketamine and crystal meth, will receive a letter saying he must answer questions from Andrew Warnock QC, who is leading the investigation into the council’s handling of the allegations.”
Quite who this perverted politician might be is a complete and utter mystery.
But one thing’s for sure, it’s about f*****g time the police got down to Parliament and started arresting the filth who infest its corridors of power.
After all, why the bloody hell wouldn’t they?