Customs seized video of child sex abuse and ex-cabinet minister

Customs officials are trying to
 silence an ex-colleague who seized
 video that allegedly shows child sex abuse in the
 presence of a former cabinet minister.

Exaro News reports –

Who’s this?  Leon Brittan again?
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3 Responses to “Customs seized video of child sex abuse and ex-cabinet minister”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Yes but no information is given as to the identity so it’s pretty much a piece of non information.
    It could apply to any member of parliament

  2. Anonymous says:

    No it can only apply to 2 members as the rest have diplomatic immunity given by Thatcher who was Ok about sex perversion which is a surprise as it was done to her as a girl.
    New labour was seen by insiders as a party of homosexualsm this title was always thought to be the liberals but Toerag Tony took it on for lord rothschilds support, since the 1930s rothschild said homosexuality would be the vabguard of his takeover, this is why in germany shirtlifters were put to work in the camps

  3. NPP says:

    Try asking Nick about Leon in tonight’s debate Nigel. That’ll put the cat among the proverbials.

    Tonight, the second Clegg-Farage debate 7pm BBC TV 2.
    I agree with Nick?
    I agree with Nigel!
    The EU does have blood on its hands and Putin has made the UK-US-EU-NATO look incompetent. The Crimeans wanted to join Russia over the EU and that is that.

    Farage at least voted against intervention into Syria and continues to voice concern over the UK’s perpetual foreign wars policy. Despite the constant linking of immigration to racism by the presstitute media, my impression is Farage does not give a fig for differences in colour nor creed, but does welcome some common sense rather than Common Purpose:
    Sure, Farage is a Freeman of the City and goodness knows what skeletons he has in the cupboard, but what choice do I have? Clegg, Cameron or Silliband? I’ll take Farage for now. En plus, Farage on YouTube in the EU is often so damned entertaining compared to the other cardboard cut-outs.

    Nigel. Bring troops home, vote against war and I’ll vote for you.

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