Papers released under the 30 year act seem to suggest a closer link between entertainer Jimmy Savile and then Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
During the period in 1982 when Thatcher's son Mark was missing Thatcher had regular meetings with Jimmy. Commander Nash from the Met Police's Operation Yew-tree has been poring over the documents since their release. Today he released this statement.
"After looking over the papers it appears that Savile had more influence than we first thought. He was in close contact with child smuggling groups in Algiers and used these contacts to aid in the search for Mark. With what we have found since Savile's death we can now conclude that he used contacts in Algiers to sabotage the steering of Thatchers Perguet. When Mark was missing it was Savile who consoled the Prime Minister and knew who in the Algerian government to contact. It seemed that he used the incident to strengthen child smuggling between Algiers and the UK while at the same time gaining the protection of the Thatcher Government and making himself untouchable."
Current Prime Minister David Cameron released a statement to BBC Breakfast "Look Thatcher is a modern day saint to those of us in the movement. These papers show us that she was attempting to help restock the large houses with cheap servants from Algiers. Nothing suspicious. These papers also show that she wanted people to pay for Schools and Medical treatment. That is the aim of this government. We can't have people of low birth getting a good education and ideas above their station or living longer because of good free health. If that means these uneducated underclass are prey to people like Savile then that will help keep them in their place. Now I have to go and get into my pink for the New Year hunt."
Lady Thatcher herself who is still in hospital under observation is said not to recall the incident. Suffering from senile decay she mistook the Mayor of London for Sir Jim'll when he visited her last week.