Colin Tucker, steward to Fiona Woolf, Fettesgate and the Scottish ‘Magic Circle’ Affair, and Wider Networks – Part 1

Ian Pace brings together the latest news, and old information unearthed on the child abuse scandals some years ago in Scotland. These are now causing further waves to Fiona Woolf, the second appointed Chair of the overarching child sexual abuse inquiry, and also to the City of London.

It should also be said that this is one reason why Scotland should be included in the inquiry, as the child abuse goes across the borders. If Robert Green and Tim Rustige can be arrested in England, at the behest of Police Scotland, for bringing attention to the Scottish Child Abuse, then the reasons for that must be investigated by an overarching Inquiry.

Anyhow some more great research by Ian Pace and team..

Desiring Progress

In the letter from the Lord Mayor of London, Fiona Woolf, to the Home Secretary, Theresa May, dated October 11th 2014 and published on the website of the Independent Panel Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse on October 20th, as well as the details of connections to Lord and Lady Brittan, the CityUK organisation, Labour deputy leader Harriet Harman, former Legal Officer NCCL, and Harman’s successor Marie Staunton (who openly defended the organisation’s affiliation to the Paedophile Information Exchange (Leo McKinstry, ‘The Left’s web of shame: It’s not just Harman, Dromey and Hewitt. As we reveal, many other members of Britain’s ruling liberal elite held senior posts at the NCCL when it was closely linked to paedophiles’, Daily Mail, March 1st, 2014), the Guildhall School of Music and Drama (the trial of a former teacher at which will take place in early 2015), and the City…

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