Home Office funded Paedophile Information Exchange. 115 MPs demand an enquiry.


It emerged late last year that PIE was twice given amounts of 
£35,000 in Home Office funding between 1977 and 1980, the 
£70,000 total equivalent to over £400,000 in today’s money.

Those details surfaced only after the whistleblower highlighted 
his concerns to campaigning Labour MP Tom Watson and his 
revelations have triggered an ongoing Home Office inquiry into 
why the cash was given to PIE 

which was abolished in 1985 after a number of prosecutions.

Until now, speculation about the grant has centred on Clifford 

Hindley, the late Home Office manager who approved the 
payments. However, the whistleblower told theSunday Express 
he thought higher and more sinister powers were at play.

He has given a formal statement to that effect to detectives 
from Operation Fernbridge, which is looking into allegations of 
historic sex abuse at the Elm Guest House in south-west 
London.

”At that time, questioning anything to do with Special Branch, 
especially within the Home Office, was a ‘no-no’.” Mr X, 
whistleblower

PIE, now considered one of the most notorious groups of the 

era, had gained respectability in political circles. Its members 
are said to have included establishment figures, and disgraced 
Liberal MP Cyril Smith was a friend of founder member Peter 
Righton.

In 1981, Tory MP Geoffrey Dickens used Parliamentary 
privilege to name Sir Peter Hayman, the deputy director of 
MI6, as a member of PIE and an active paedophile. In 1983 Mr 
Dickens gave the Home Office a dossier of what he claimed 
was evidence of a paedophile network of “big, big names, 
people in positions of power, influence and responsibility”. 
The Home Office says the dossier no longer exists.

Whistleblower Mr X, whose identity we have agreed to protect, 
became a very senior figure in local government before retiring 
a few years ago. In the late 1970s and early 1980s, he was a 
full-time consultant in the Home Office’s Voluntary Services 
Unit run by Clifford Hindley.

In 1979 Mr X was asked to examine a funding renewal 
application for PIE, but he became concerned because the 
organisation’s goal of seeking to abolish the age of consent 
“conflicted” with the child protection policies of the 
Department of Health and Social Security and asked for a 
meeting with Mr Hindley, his immediate boss.house, sex abuse, Elm House in London 
where it is alleged child abuse incidents took place 
[MARK KEHOE]

Mr X recalled: “I raised my concerns, but he told me that I was 

to drop them. Hindley gave three reasons for this. 
He said PIE was an organisation with cachet and that its work 
in this field was respected.

“He said this was a renewal of an existing grant and that under 

normal Home Office practice a consultant such as 
myself would not be involved in the decision-making process.

“And he said PIE was being funded at the request of Special 

Branch which found it politically useful to identify people who 
were paedophiles. This led me not to pursue my objections. At 
that time, questioning anything to do with Special Branch, 
especially within the Home Office, was a ‘no-no’.

“I was under the clear belief that I was being instructed to back 
off and that his reference to Special Branch was expected to 
make me to do so.

“Hindley didn’t give me an explicit explanation of what Special 
Branch would do with information it gleaned from funding PIE, 
but I formed the belief that it was part of an undercover 
operation or activity. I was aware a lot of people in the civil 
service or political arena had an interest in obtaining information 
like that which could be used as a sort of blackmail.”

He said he asked for a file the Home Office kept on PIE, but 
his request was refused. However, he was certain 
then Tory Home Office Minister Tim Raison, who died in 2011, 
must have signed the 1980 funding application.

Mr X has given a formal written statement to the inquiry set up 

last year into former Home Office links with PIE but 
has refused to meet the inquiry in person because he fears 
“repercussions” under the Official Secrets Act.



Yesterday Tom Watson said: “The whole sorry business makes 
it absolutely imperative the Home Secretary bows to the will of 
the 114 MPs demanding a full, fearless public investigation into 
child sexual abuse.”

Special Branch was an integral part of the intelligence service 
gathering intelligence on spies and political threats to the state. 
In 2005 it merged with the anti-terrorism branch to form a 
Counter Terrorism Command.
Office-whistleblower

”my people are everywhere. You will NEVER know their 

identities… You will not hear from them, you will not see them, 
you will not read about them… until it ends up in TheSunday 
papers! ;D 
you ladies have good day!” 
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5 Responses to “Home Office funded Paedophile Information Exchange. 115 MPs demand an enquiry.”

  1. shirlz007 says:

    people have been whacked left right and centre cos of this peado shit. People have lost their jobs, careers, reputations…

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NLnDjoQISAM

  2. Anonymous says:

    goto:- shirlz007.pen.io

  3. shirlz007 says:

    the link doesn’t work.
    What does that mean? (I can’t take any Anonymous comment seriously, it’s cowardly, pathetic and immature)

    If that’s a link to a site about Kate Bush… I don’t get it???

    :/

    I presume it’s some site operated by Rupert Murdoch (Rupert… the Feds are onto you… a large portion of MI5 are backing me… go away!)

    Maybe it’s a site operated by some old friends of mine (same ones who didn’t believe I went to French Foreign Legion! RIGHT YEAH! I made that one up aswell!)

    I have some powerfull enemies… I also have some closet homosexuals stalking me, women who are secretly in love with me (but have no chance!), erm…

    This is NOT about me, this is about the victims of abuse…

    Please sign and spread the following petition…

    ”Establish & Resource One National Independent Panel Inquiry into Organised Institutional Child Abuse

    Responsible department: Home Office

    Since the appalling revelations about Jimmy Savile, every week brings new evidence of widespread historic and present abuse of children across society, from children’s homes to top public schools. Please sign if you agree that existing inquiries & criminal investigations into institutional child abuse have had insufficient scope, independence, powers, or resources. 95+ cross-party MPs are asking for one national independent inquiry into organised child abuse, to address:

    (a) concerns about networks of abusers involving members of both Houses of Parliament (as with Cyril Smith)
    (b) networks operating in many parts of the country, beyond the scope of regional police forces
    (c) mysterious disappearance of essential dossiers, documents and video tapes, and negative responses to FOI requests
    (d) evidence of a central role for the Paedophile Information Exchange, many members of which were involved in abuse and trafficking of children and images of abuse.

    http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/66698

    There is a danger of this being used to establish a nationwide police force, consolidating all power under one HQ… but

  4. shirlz007 says:

    Im up against the UK’s most powerful paedophile network… of course Im going to have a misinformation and hate campaign… anyone who supports it, is also supporting paedophilia and child snuff.

    Can we not do it face to face? Even the CIA will meet face to face!

    Again… SIGN THE GOD DAMN PETITION!!!

    ”Establish & Resource One National Independent Panel Inquiry into Organised Institutional Child Abuse

    Responsible department: Home Office

    Since the appalling revelations about Jimmy Savile, every week brings new evidence of widespread historic and present abuse of children across society, from children’s homes to top public schools. Please sign if you agree that existing inquiries & criminal investigations into institutional child abuse have had insufficient scope, independence, powers, or resources. 95+ cross-party MPs are asking for one national independent inquiry into organised child abuse, to address:

    (a) concerns about networks of abusers involving members of both Houses of Parliament (as with Cyril Smith)
    (b) networks operating in many parts of the country, beyond the scope of regional police forces
    (c) mysterious disappearance of essential dossiers, documents and video tapes, and negative responses to FOI requests
    (d) evidence of a central role for the Paedophile Information Exchange, many members of which were involved in abuse and trafficking of children and images of abuse.

    http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/66698

  5. shirlz007 says:

    MI5 spies know what happened to Maddie McCann, claims Portuguese detective

    MI5 AGENTS know what happened to missing Madeleine McCann but are covering it up, claims former Portuguese detective Goncalo Amaral.

    http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/485524/Portuguese-detective-says-MI5-spies-know-what-happened-to-Madeleine-McCann

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