Saturday 17 May 2014


Robert Harley c.1980.

Robert Harley was popular with everyone due to his modesty, decency, charm and sense of humour.

Robert Harley was Head Boy at Arnold House School, and at Eton, and then he moved on to a college at Cambridge.

Robert Harley was found hanged in the college garden in Cambridge.

He had been doing some work for a Conservative candidate in the 1992 general election.

Robert's father G I Harley, a very decent man, was Lord Mayor of Westminster from 1981-1982.




Derek Laud and Ian Greer organised parties which were attended by Westminster Councillors, Simon Milton, Robert Davis and Alan Bradley.

Westminster Council

Dolphin Square, Westminster Council and the Mr X connection


In the UK, a man who became a top Conservative cabinet minister "lured 'Jane', a teenage girl, to his flat and brutally raped her."

This former cabinet minister is also alleged to have sexually abused teenage boys.

Elm Guest House abuse scandal / brutally raped by a man who became a Tory Cabinet Minister.

Jane ­reported the rape to police in 2012, 45 years after the event, after ­the police opened an investigation into a "VIP paedophile ring" said to involve the former cabinet minister.

The police have told Jane they have no plans to interview the alleged rapist.

Member of parliament Tom Watson, has written to the Director of Public Prosecutions, Alison Saunders, criticising the ­police's decision.

"I find her a very ­credible witness," said Tom Watson.

Tom Watson says the police failed to ­follow proper procedures by not putting the rape claims to the ­alleged attacker.



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At 18 May 2014 at 03:43 , Anonymous Anonymous said...


Nigel Cawthorne (born 27 March 1951 in Chicago) is an Anglo-American writer of fiction and non-fiction, and an editor.


He has written more than 150 books on a wide range of subjects and has contributed to The Guardian, the Daily Mirror, the Daily Mail and the New-York Tribune...

Many of Nigel Cawthorne's books are compilations of popular history, without footnotes, references or bibliographies. His own web site refers to a description of his home as a "book-writing factory"... One of his most notable works was Taking Back My Name, an autobiography of Ike Turner, with whom he spent a number of weeks working with him on, taking up residence in Turner's house. The book caused much controversy, resulting in court cases for three years following its release. He is thought to be Britain's most published living author, claims to be the only person to had stood in the dock of the Old Bailey and testified to the US Senate.

Cawthorne currently lives in Bloomsbury, London...


Nigel Cathorne, who writes biographies, has a Wikipedia page... but no real biography about himself. Nor any that I can find on the web.


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"Bring Me The Head of Diego Garcia!"

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