Cameron squirms at PMQ 'paedo ring at Number 10' claim

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Wednesday, 24 October 2012


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Halloween comes early for PM Cameron

London - A Labour MP has stirred up the Jimmy Savile whornets nest with a crafty question about 'a paedophile ring' inside the government's seat of power at No 10.

West Bromwich East MP Tom Watson stunned the House by asking for a review of police files relating to 'an adviser to a former prime minister' suspected of involvement in a pervy sex ring.

The last time similar allegations were made in the Commons was back in 2003 when a Scottish Sunday paper claimed an MoD gagging order shut down all talk of a 'paedophile ring in the Cabinet'.

And that activities of its members was the 'real' reason behind the Iraq War putsch.

Today's PMQ shocker alleged data about a 'powerful paedophile network linked to Parliament and Number 10' was contained 'in an evidence file used to convict child sex offender Peter Righton'.

The former government adviser on social work training and children in care policies turned out to be a prolific offender who hoodwinked ministers and charmed the civil service.

The reference appeared to make Prime Monster David Cameron's tight, thin smile turn battery acid-green with horror as Watson threw down the gauntlet in a packed Lower Chamber.

The next PMQs will be on Halloween.

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