Dame Alun tweets PLAYLAND

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    JAMES KILFEDDER (6) Despite their differences, James Kilfedder (North Down) was very close to Enoch Powell (South Down). According to several accounts, Powell was alleged to have been a paedophile.

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    JAMES KILFEDDER (5) Leo McKinstry was also an old boy of Portora Royal. In a 2005 article for the Spectator entitled ‘Harmless Old Buggers’, McKinstry played down Michael Jackson’s paedophilia but mentioned his own fate at the hands of James Kilfedder:

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    JAMES KILFEDDER (3) Kilfedder attended Portora Royal, the same school attended by Anthony Hart of the eponymous inquiry. Paul Maxwell, killed in an attack on Mountbatten’s boat, was also a pupil at Portora, where, according to sources, boys were procured.

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    JAMES KILFEDDER (1) James Kilfedder was a Unionist MP for North Down, friend and constituency neighbour of Enoch Powell and barrister at Gray’s Inn. He died of a heart attack on the day the Belfast Telegraph published an article in which OutRage! challenged him to ‘come out’.

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    RICHARD NEEDHAM (10) Canals seem to play a significant role in the world of paedophilia: Harvey Proctor picked up his ‘rough trade’ on Putney towpath, and Fred and Rose West sent sinister postcards with a canal theme to a paedophile couple.

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    RICHARD NEEDHAM (9) Prince Charles visited the Cotswold Canals Trust in 2002 while Keith Harding was active there. In fact, an article by Harding featured in the Trust’s magazine covering the event.

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    RICHARD NEEDHAM (8) Charles Irving MP for Cheltenham is listed as a patron of Elm Guest House child brothel He was MP when PIE man Harding was running his shop in Cheltenham. Irving’s charity donated to Harding’s and Needham’s Cotswolds Canals Trust.

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    RICHARD NEEDHAM (7) Needham and the Silly Cow who stole kids’ milk: Paramilitaries listening in to Needham chatting with his German-born wife Sigrid Thiessen-Gairdner recorded him referring to MT as a ‘silly cow’. I wonder whether words like Kincora and PIE were ever recorded?

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    RICHARD NEEDHAM (6) By 1992, the year in which Harvey Proctor was attacked in his shirt shop, Richard Needham was Minister of Trade under Michael Heseltine, a man with great business acumen: Hezza was namely one of the donors to Spanker Proctor’s business.

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    RICHARD NEEDHAM (5) Sir Richard Needham has been Vice President of the Cotswold Canals Trust for many years. Indeed, he was still listed as VP in 2017. His time overlaps with PIE’s Keith Harding’s involvement.

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    RICHARD NEEDHAM (4) PIE member Keith Harding was a director and archivist of the Cotswold Canals Trust for many years. He became a member in 1990 and stood on its council from 1994 until 2011, even to be honoured with his own memorial bench.

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    RICHARD NEEDHAM (3) Keith Harding was a close friend of high-profile Thatcher-era paedophiles such as Jimmy Savile, Leon Brittan, Cyril Smith and Jeremy Thorpe. They are all said to have paid frequent visits to Harding’s shop near Cheltenham.

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    RICHARD NEEDHAM (2) Although a coveted speaker, Needham, a Privy Council member and Hon. Doctor of Laws at Ulster University, was a man of few words when it came to answering questions about the Kincora boys’ home in Belfast.

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    RICHARD NEEDHAM (1) Sir Richard Needham was PPS to NI SecState James Prior between 1983 and 1984. He served under Thatcher and Major as a Under-Secretary of State for NI between 1985 and 1992. He was the longest serving British government Northern Ireland minister.

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    JAMES MOLYNEAUX (4) Miss Valerie Shaw, only recently deceased, claimed to have told both Ian Paisley and James Molyneaux about William McGrath’s abuse at Kincora. Paisley denied this but then interestingly backpedalled.

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    JAMES MOLYNEAUX (3) Jim Molyneaux features in the book entitled Playland by Anthony Daly in the role of client alongside Sir Knox Cunningham, Peter Morrison, Michael Havers, Charles Irving and Keith Joseph.

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    JAMES MOLYNEAUX (1) James ‘Jim’ Molyneaux, later Baron Molyneaux of Killead, was UUP MP for Antrim and close friend of Ian Paisley and Enoch Powell, and the latter’s aide Harvey Proctor. He was a leading member and Vice-President of the Conservative Monday Club and an Orangeman.

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    I wonder if Andrew O’Connor of was referring to a jacuzzi? There is apparently a specific photograph in a case file that a barrister passed to to a major London law firm where it is still held. I believe the file related to the Stingemore case.

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