Monday, 5 January 2015


One of Margaret Thatcher's closest aides, Sir Peter Morrison MP (above), "raped a boy of 14 at the Elm Guest House boy brothel, but escaped justice after police lied about prosecuting him."

Westminster paedophile ring / dailymail

The Elm Guest House boy brothel is said to be linked to the security service MI5.

Sir Michael Hanley, chosen by Victor Rothschild to be Director General of MI5

The victim's father said he allowed his son to go with Morrison, because he 'seemed nice'.

Hours after the reported attack, the father phoned the police.

The father says the police lied, telling him erroneously that his son's attacker had been jailed.

Morrison reportedly picked the boy up in Harting, West Sussex, and took him to the Elm Guest House.

The victim says: "I was assaulted and raped for … at least an hour."

The victim managed to escape and take a train home where he told his father what had happened.

The victim was taken to a police doctor in Bognor Regis the next day who confirmed the boy had ‘certainly been sexually abused’.

Two London detectives took a statement.

The father says: "They told me the guy had been convicted at a court in Chelsea and that he’d been sent to prison for two years … 

"I did think it was odd that my son hadn’t been called to give evidence."

Years later, the victim recognised Morrison as an Member of Parliament and learned he had not been convicted.

It is believed that the boy brothels and child sex rings are run by the security services.

Sir Peter Morrison - at the heart of the Thatcher government.

A former resident of the Bryn Estyn children's home has told Channel 4 News that he saw Sir Peter Morrison at the notorious care home five times.

Eyewitness 'saw Thatcher aide take boys to abuse'

Morrison, who died in 1995, was Margaret Thatcher's parliamentary private secretary.

(Lord Boothby was Winston Churchill's parliamentary private secretary; both Boothby and Churchill were said to be involved sexually with young lads.)

The former resident said: "I saw him at Bryn Estyn, he turned up in a car, boy went off in his car...

"They turned up at odd hours, early evening and the night. Really nice shoes, I always remember the shoes..."