October 2nd, 2012

Exclusive: Tory MP Calls For BBC Inquiry Into Savile Allegations


  1. 1
    les says:

    I wonder if that will appear on the @BBCBreakingNews ticker tape?

  2. 2
    Anonymous says:

    Nothing to see here. It’s the BBC is it not. They do what they want with our money. Sound familiar?

  3. 3
    Helen Kellers dating agency says:

    Willful Blindness.

  4. 4
    genghiz the kahn says:

    What do you think of that guys, and girls?

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    Kebab Time says:

    There has been a lot written about why I took the decision not to run a story into allegations of sex abuse by the former BBC presenter Jimmy Savile. It has been suggested I was ordered to do it by my bosses as part of a BBC cover-up. It has also been suggested that we deliberately withheld information from the police. Both these allegations are totally untrue and despite consistent strong denials keep getting repeated. I felt it would be useful to share more about what really happened.

    The BBC has the highest editorial standards and with any story an editor has to weigh many things before putting something to air. BBC editors have a lot of power and responsibility and I have never, in the many years I have done this job, ever been told by one of my superiors not to do a story against my will. I would not still be working here if they had.

    Why did I pursue this story about Jimmy Savile and why did I drop it?

    I decided we should pursue the story because of the nature of the allegations and because the key witness told us the police had investigated the claims but the case had been dropped on the grounds he was too old. This made the public interest case from a Newsnight point of view potentially strong. If we could establish some sort of institutional failure we would have a much stronger story.

    Some of the factors on the other side were: Newsnight is not normally interested in celebrity expose. Savile was unable to defend himself. What was the public interest served by reporting it given he is dead? The nature of the allegations and the level of proof required. The fact the incidents were 40 years ago.

    We had no evidence that anyone from the Duncroft home could or should have known about the allegations. We had no evidence against the BBC. In her original statement our key witness said she was “perfectly certain the BBC had no idea whatsoever of the goings on”. However, I felt if we could prove the police or the CPS had let the women down in some way we should go ahead.

    We did establish the police had investigated the allegations in 2007. However, as the police would be obliged to investigate I wanted to check how they would respond to the allegation that it was not pursued because Jimmy Savile was too old. The CPS told us:
    “The CPS reviewing lawyer advised the police that no further action should be taken due to lack of evidence.” The additional guidance noted stated. “As this is the case, it would not be correct to say that his age and frailty was the reason for no further action being taken.”

    This statement specifically denied the allegation that the investigation was dropped because of his age. I felt it was significant the guidance was included and we had not established any institutional failure and I judged it weakened the story from a Newsnight perspective. I took the decision not to publish. There were some of my team who disagreed strongly with my judgement, and others who agreed equally strongly.

    However, those who disagreed accepted my decision. There were no rows of any kind as has been reported.

    Did we withhold evidence from the police? No. We are confident that all the women we spoke to had contacted the police independently already. We also had no new evidence against any other person that would have helped the police.

    Did my bosses order me to do anything? No. I did discuss it with my bosses in News in the same way I do any contentious story we are working on. I was told in the strongest terms that I must be guided by editorial considerations only and that I must not let any wider considerations about the BBC affect my judgement.

    The fact that the BBC has the capacity to do this may feel odd to other organisations but it is fundamental to the trust we share with our audience.

    Peter Rippon is the editor of Newsnight

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    Eeyore says:

    This really matters. We can but hope that it will be taken seriously by the Beeb. The auguries are good: newish chairman, new D-G, both keen to establish their ascendancy, and what better way that an attack on one aspect of the Augean stables.

    Unless, of course, one of them should have a personal stake in silence or implicated favourites whom they are keen to protect.

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    genghiz the kahn says:

    witless silence.

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    Jim'll fiddle it says:

    BBC Trust? Yeah the BBC can be trusted to investigate itself. Not!

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    강남스타일 says:

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    Eeyore says:

    ” Newsnight is not normally interested in celebrity expose”

    Is ‘celebrity expose’ REALLY all that Newsnight’s editor believes this is about?

    Would he have been so fastidious if it had involved (say, just hypothetically) a bunch of Muslim hoodlums from, say, a northern city? Presumably it’s OK to report on them because they’re not celebs.

    The logic needs looking at here.

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    Malcolm Redfellow says:

    Are you really sure you want to pursue this issue? Especially when …


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    Its probably institutional says:

    Tip of the iceberg.

  13. 13
    blub says:

    Looking back with adult eyes at the radio 1 DJs of that era…hmm.

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    Anonymous says:


    “We are horrified by allegations that anything of this sort could have happened at the BBC – or have been carried out by anyone working for the BBC.”

    Why file this as arts and entertainment? Looks like a sick joke.

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    V1le Labour ruined my Country says:

    I’ll bet there’s some twitching sphincters in the BBC tonight?

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    My learned friend says:

    ‘If allegations prove to be true’… The subject of these allegations is dead, how can allegations and any defence be safely and satisfactorily tested in the usually expected and exceptable way, i.e. in a court of law Surely not by trial by shitsheet (aka newspapers) again?

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    The BBC says:

    Mr Wilson is mental and the BBC is perfect.

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    Jimmy Saville Inquiry says:

    Now then now then…

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    K G B Agent says:

    Just dig him up, and break his fingers until he confesses.

  20. 20
    Lord John Reid says:

    My eyebrows are awesome sauce.

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    The BBC says:

    What about Top of the pops when the camera man was forever peeping up the girls skirts with his camera? Pervs.

  22. 22
    Truthteller says:

    Yes only took the BBC 20 years to report on the Muslim Paedophile Gangs.

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    Mike Reid says:

    I remember discussing this with Cliff. Neither of us understood what Jim saw in little girls.

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    annette curton says:

    And why is the article written in the third person?, machiavellian as ever.

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    the pravda, the whole pravda and nothing but the pravda says:

    If it’s not in their archives it didn’t happen innit?

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    Pundit too too says:

    Could not happen to nicer people.
    Hope they give a medal to the one BBC person who actually sacked him at one stage, though he was on the BBC to the end.

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    Anonymous says:

    D’you ken John Peel, did that make top of the pops, or was it just a rumour?

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    Dr Nuts says:

    What I like is the self-publicity seeking Esther Rantzen decides that now the story has broken to speak out and bring more attention to herself.

    Will she be seeking to stand again as an independent MP?

    There should be prosecutions for those who knew and never said anything, which should include Esther Rantzen, especially as she is the self-appointed attack on sleaze! (Do we mention she destroyed someone elses marriage?)

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    Aunty Matter says:

    The BBC need to be bum fucked over this.

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    Aunty Matter says:

    More to the matter why isn’t plod already down at the BBC seizing computers and employment records? Or is it just Roy MPs and journalists fucking useless plod arrests these days?

    The Met Police, I wouldn’t piss one one of them if they were on fire.

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    Britain the Ruined Country says:

    Just a joke for you all – Ch 4 extolling Red Ed and his speech have said “He delivered it with menace” ———-ha ha ha I’ve seen more menace in a stick of celery.

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    Kebab Time says:

    and founder of CHILDLINE !!!!!

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    Dr Nuts says:

    Why – was it curry night in the BBC canteen?

  34. 34
    Anonymous says:

    from rochdale ring to inappropriate cover up.
    no more though.

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    welshwiz says:

    Excellent letter.

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    Cur Jimmy says:

    Claims that I was involved in Nek ro fillia in Leeds Infirmary, are dead boring

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    MB. says:

    Typical MP just Grandstanding to get his name in the papers.

    Is he going to write to every other organisation that Sir Jimmy Savile had any contact and ask the same question about these unsubstantiated rumours. Perhaps could also ask all the people making the accusations why they did not make any formal complaints at the time.

    I don’t know if Savile anything wrong but it all smells of just tabloid journalism and a few rent-a-quote celebrities jumping on the bandwagon.

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    genghiz the kahn says:

    I see that El Presidente Arturo Scargill has been in court today.


    Evict the bastard, or cut his electricity supply.

  39. 39
    tube_thumper says:

    Ii have just seen one of Jimmy Savilles alleged victims on the news.

    Fat , Thumbheaded and unfortunate visage. All I can say is thank god Jim got in there early

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    annette curton says:

    Who is Menace?, did he drop it on its Ed’.

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    B'east of Sa V;le Row says:

    Be Fair

    It is wrong to call a man a pervert in absentia
    Gordon Brown is innocent until he turns up and faces a fair trial

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    nellnewman says:

    Developing indeed because apparently a number of victims have come forward in the last 48 hours and there will be others – it seems inevitable.

    Already folks who were employed at the beeb have gone on record last couple of days to say they knew what he was doing or in the case of one producer actually witnessed him doing it.

    And yet not only did the beeb do nothing to stop it, they continued to shepherd children into savile’s sphere of influence and also to cover up the rumours. Is that complicit or what!!

    I think the beeb could be facing some very hefty claims for compensation here, not to mention some criminal charges for aiding and abetting.

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    tube_thumper says:

    Anyway I am shocked that anyone is shocked

    He always looked like a complete pervert anyway

  44. 44
    Jim'll, Jim'll fuck it says:

    I’m your man

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    Religion: The Original Sin says:

    Ed Miliband went to a comprehensive. So what?’

    I know lads who went to borstal and comps who have done a bloody site better than him

  46. 46
    Louis Theroux says:

    Jimmy Savile was one creepy nonce that liked to shag his mothers corpse. When he wasn’t doing that he was molesting young’uns with Ted Heath and Gary Glitter.

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    B'east of Sa V;le Row says:

    Freephone me on 0800 563390 sweetheart

  48. 48
    Toenails is a cnut says:

    “Hi Mum – just going upstairs to watch Top of The Pops”.

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    Handycock (Teen Fondler) says:

    That is a disgusting slight on honourable men. There is nothing wrong with celebrities and politicians shagging young girls. The young girls like it, it makes them feel they are hanging out with celebrities. Boaz.

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    UKIP.i.am.awake says:

    The BBC like the police and the social workers and the NHS workers are all part of the same corrupt state system and if there is an enquiry it will be a big whitewash as ever. Only when they are private companies like G4S or Barclays or News International does the truth ever come out and the guilty get excoriated. The MP expenses scandal only became front page news because of the Daily telegraph investigations.

    But look what we have had lately. Savile and the BBC, the police and Hillsborough, the authorities and Rochdale, the authorities covering up phone hacking while the Sun supported Labour. And there have been many others such as Stafford NHS hospital. And the full scale of MRSA in hospitals was kept hidden for a long time.

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    Eric Joyce (Teen Fondler) says:

    I could not agree more Handy, when are we off to Russia again? Jahbulon.

  52. 52
    Dave Camoron says:

    Ed came across so butch – I’d let him take me over a barrel!

  53. 53
    Winnetta Slag says:

    I never went to skool.

  54. 54
    Rupert Murcock says:

    BBC = Baedo Brotecting Hunts

  55. 55
    Rupert Murcock says:

    Baedo Brotecting C.u.nts – fuck you language filter you flaming galah!!!

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    thedukeofhunslet says:

    This is exactly what is turning the public off politicians.

    These are allegations of a criminal matter and the BBC should only co-operate with the police – not some trumped up turd who thinks that ‘commissions’, ‘inquiries’, ‘reviews’ are some kind of higher authority than the long arm of the law.

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    Jethro says:

    B.B.C.: British Broadperving Corpervation.

  58. 58
    Jethro says:

    … and not so much the Editorial ‘we’ as the Royal ‘We’.

  59. 59
    Andrew says:

    Wasn’t he a Papal Knight? When is someone going to blame the Vatican Connection?

  60. 60
    Andrew says:

    Watching, were you?

  61. 61
    BBC Camera man and perv says:

    Yeah keep dancing gal. You got your blue gymn knickas on today. Phwoar.

  62. 62
    Andrew says:

    Ghastly woman. To her allegation is proof and making the complainant testify is just further abuse.

  63. 63
    Jimmy Mohamhead says:

    Ows about that then ayesha?

    Three down 69 to go , just get in the back of me Rolls Royce cab

  64. 64
    Marquis de Sade says:

    What, sexual deviancy tolerated at the BBC?

    Who’d have thunk it!

  65. 65
    Jimmy Mohamhead says:

    You mean real life?

  66. 66
    Hairy arsed Phil says:

    As in Dennis the Menace? More like Walter Softy.

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    just asking says:

    Wonder what the union backed Labour leader Milliband thinks about it…

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    CHRIST ON A BIKE! says:

    “The MP expenses scandal only became front page news because of the Daily telegraph investigations.”

    errr…. no. It was a whistle blower who sold them the info. The booze and drug-addled hacks of the British press, are far too lazy to find that out themselves.

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    Noel Edmunds says:

    Oh FFS that’s just how TOTPs was back then. Between each song a bevy of young girls would be picked out to be groped by the presenter. It was much more fun then than this nanny big brother state we have drifted in to.

    The problem was not finding the wannabe on TV girls who wanted to shag the show’s staff, the problem was stopping them.

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    annette curton says:

    Exactly, a Quango run by a group of secretive, anonymous and unaccountable people.

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    Dr Nuts says:

    Savile was unable to defend himself. What was the public interest served by reporting it given he is dead? The nature of the allegations and the level of proof required. The fact the incidents were 40 years ago.

    Did anyone watch the Jack the Ripper docudramas? Where’s the public interest in events that occured back in the Victorian era.

    There were interesting documentaries on the BBC, Vikings and currently Andrew Marr’s History of the World, having previously screened Normans and I am sure there are plenty more in the same ilk.
    These relate to events 1000 years ago.

    The excuses provided are feeble. …
    Few times you get a good post KT. A summary/conclusion of the missive is missing though.

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    Glyn H says:

    Glad someone has remembered that La Rantzen stole Desmond Wilcox from his wife.

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    Jimmy Mohamhead says:

    At least Sir Jim liked post pubescent girls and loved his mother

  74. 74
    Jimmy Mohamhead says:

    Anybody remember “minipops”? even as a teenager I was horrified by it another BBC triumph

  75. 75
    Radio Four says:

    The pleasure will be all ours!

  76. 76
    Jimmy Mohamhead says:

    Didnt stop your ex wife getting fu cked by her pilates instructor did it ?

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    Dr Nuts says:

    Alternative – an/the Press Complaints Commission?
    … and they investigate the newspapers activities properly – when?
    Likewise the Police Complaints Commission, or the Banking Ombudsman.
    The common thread is the investigating body comprises the members of the organisation being investigated.

    Newspapers do Trial by Newspapers, rarely do they mention what their own do. This is just mroe of the same, akin to the troughing MPs.

  78. 78
    Desperadoes says:

    that’s it Trotsky. It’s all the nasty Tories fault!


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    I don't need no doctor says:

    Michael Grade, Chairman of the BBC at the time of the Saville asllegations, was interviewed by Channel 4 News tonight. He was smirking for most of the interview. Sick guy.

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    annette curton says:

    Fair enough if they are of an age, 13 isn’t.

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    Milliband wouldn't have lasted 5 minutes at my sink estate comprehensive says:

    De Vivis Nil Nisi Verum De Mortius Nil Nisi Bonum – Concerning the living speak nothing but truth, concerning the dead speak nothing but good.
    You can’t expect the underage victims willing or otherwise to speak out, but everyone else is responsible and must face the consequences of their silence, about this case and many others.
    Of course the establishment will close ranks and any BBC enquiry will conclude that the tax payer funded BBC “got it about right.”
    Somewhere out there is a man or woman who is going to come and rescue our nation from it’s ever spiralling descent into third world corruption. Meanwhile, more power to anyone who is willing to reveal the truth no matter what it costs and who it affects. Remember it is the truth that sets you free.

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    Hang The Bastards says:

    Time to shut down the BBC for (alledgedly) covering up child abuse.

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    Can we dig him up says:

    Don’t forget Saville bought a motorhome so he could continue his pervy carry-on unseen

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    Ester Rantzen of North London says:

    I feel for these girls ( like Jimmy did)

    I to know the pain of s exual abuse,
    The Daily Mail hasnt sent me a cheque for my latest self indulgent grasping ju dess article
    Please send money to my chharibale foundation
    Esther Rantzen @childexploitationformyownmeans.org(telaviv)

  85. 85
    V1le Labour ruined my Country says:

    Yes it’s called dead Savile curry, too hot to handle.

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    BBC Trust says:

    We have informed Mr Wilson that if he wishes to have his concerns taken seriously then he should write to Points of View.

  87. 87

    Not even his primary abode.

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    Jethro says:

    42 – Yes, Nell… but just think who’ll foot the bill for all this compensation! The BBC will have access to the most expensive Counsel, having a bottomless pocket – yours and mine; other Litigants will have Legal Aid (it’s all right: you can’t die of it!), courtesy of… US; Ms. Ratzteeth might have to contest a secondary action (‘complicit or what!!’)… but as it would concern her time as an employee of al-J-Beebya…?
    Then there’s all the great-and-the-good who recommended him for conspicuous honours – Prime Ministers, Civil Servants – who will have to pay for their Defence in similar Actions? Just suppose that it was ‘Conservative’ Government through which the ‘recommendation’ came to Her Majesty (‘Your Government recommends this: should you care not accept this recommendation, Your Majesty can expect to precipitate not only an Election, but one fought on the ancient ground of ‘who governs?'; of course, your Ministers will guarantee you safe conduct, but the populace…’). And, of course, if it had been a ‘Conservative’ Government, they will say, ‘The Party opposite pressed this most vigorously; we had our doubts, but they were set on it, so, for the sake of harmony, we reluctantly agreed…’ and so on, almost ad infinitum.

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    Ester Rantzen of North London says:

    Dont come knocking if this caravans rocking?

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    Heather Brooke deserves a gong for services rendered. says:

    Total crap. The MPs’ expenses came to light because of Heather Brooke. She alone had the determination to expose the scandal. Not the BBC, not the Guardian, not Channel4, not the Telegraph, yet they all knew it was going on.

    The Telegraph got involved at the very end when they bid the most for the unredacted expenses from a leaker. But there would not even have been an unredacted version if it were not for Heather Brooke.

  91. 91

    …is found guilty and sentenced to…

    Oh dear, we can’t hang people any more. OK let’s shoot him.

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    Strictly Come Pervin' says:

    He heard rumours and did sweet fa about it.

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    Fingles says:

    the public interest is current

    who else in the BBC knew about Savile’s behavoir and why did they cover it up

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    Dr Nuts says:

    The BBC, Independent TV channels, and most Newspapers management; and Conservative, Lib-Dem, Labour MPs come from Oxford University.

    I wonder if there’s a connection … ! as they are neck deep in various forms of corruption.

    Should we be asking the more important question, exactly what does Oxford University expect as appropriate social behaviour from its graduates?

  96. 96

    It started off with a minivan with a mattress in the back. Openly reported as his admission in the 60s/70s press.

  97. 97
    Ester Rantzen of North London says:

    Another North London type
    Their Torah allows them to screw children unlike OUR Lord who promised death to such types
    The lamb of God wasnt such the softy that he is sometimes portrayed as

  98. 98
    Pickled Wizard says:

    What about Dunblane? Bliar and co managed to kick that one into the very long grass for 100 years…..

  99. 99

    Іt stаrtеd оff wіth а mіnіvаn wіth а mаttrеss іn thе bаck. Оpеnly rеpоrtеd аs hіs аdmіssіоn іn thе 60s/70s prеss.

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    Fish says:

    ….but it is fundamental to the trust we share with our audience.

    That’s nearly made me laugh my dinner up!

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    Dr Nuts says:

    @Jethro –
    Yep, they’re Royally taking the Wee!

  102. 102
    genghiz the kahn says:

    1971 OBE
    1990 Knighted.

  103. 103
    Pickled Wizard says:

    wasn’t the pie kiddie fiddlers ring run from the B*B*c and open university in the 1970s?

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    Jethro says:

    43 You’re not allowed – let alone supposed! – to say that, these days: just because a man might wear a dirty Mac, doesn’t necessarily mean anything: perhaps he’s too poor to afford dry-cleaning! No, the ones you most have to suspect, are family-members, friends, people like Priests, Policemen, Teachers. “Just remember, boys and girls, you can always trust the weirdos on the BBC – because they’re on the BBC… and, in any case, the BBC’s Lawyers are cleverer and more expensive than any Lawyers your poor parents could afford! So how’s about that, boys and girls!”

  105. 105

    Ed Balls calls for 100,000 new affordable homes.

    Why not 1,000,000? Or 10,000,000? Or 100,000,000?

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    B'east says:

    When I was 32 I was shagging a 17 year old ((it was more than that and lasted two years) however you do have to draw a line and no I wasnt her teacher
    I dont fancy any woman under 25 or past mid thirties
    And agree as to MOOOOOOhamed being a kiddie fiddler
    Can you imagine Jesus doing that?
    Nor me

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    Must get a pseudonym one day says:

    Is Peter Rippon (Newsnight Editor) by any chance related to Geoffrey Rippon, the fellow Tory MP and Europhile from Ted Heath’s days in office ?

    Who knows what else those fellows had in common and why, therefore, it’s so important to keep this disreputable story limited to non-politics characters.

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    Jethro's Auntiy from Tremethick Cross says:

    72 … “post-pubescent”… 10 and 12 year-olds?

  109. 109
    B'east says:

    To qualify that
    I would hump Caro;l Vorderman

  110. 110
    Percy Titpincher says:

    What’s an “affordable home”?

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    Must get a pseudonym one day says:

    And supported by Harriet Harman in her days at the National Council for Civil Liberties.

    (Strangely, no-one seems to have asked her yet to comment on the Savile case…..)

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    Dr Nuts says:

    Which gives her even less excuse to stay silent, and as a cynic ask, is she just jumping on a bandwagon to make herself look the paragon of virtue!

    She’s back on doing the TV guest spots in BBC political programs, so I am of the mind, she’s preparing the ground to launch her MP compaign again. …

    Where this time?

  113. 113

    It is now, at last, at long log last, the turn of the BBC to be fucked.

  114. 114
    B'east says:

    What about Jonathan King?????
    Another screamer who abused children whilst taking taxpayers money
    Also another north London type (he actually lives in W2 just near Queensway)

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    Aunty Matter says:

    Double standards from the BBC. Total silence on Savile yet when it came to phone hacking the BBC were pointing the finger at EVERYONE who worked for Murdoch.

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    Ex-carer says:

    Like all of the UK monopolies no visibility inside and no choice but to fund their version of normality.

    Everything is considered in the light of the “good” for the many. Actually the “good” for the many would occur naturally when the safety and security of every individual was put as the highest priority.

    I do not mean unlimited human rights for criminals, but the right of no punishment for no wrong.

    Individuals are being sentenced by quangos daily just because the threaten the tax funded parasites. People are being condemned and the freedom removed for simple uncorroborated false accusations. They do not require courts to restrict individuals freedom as they are the monopoly supplier. A UK quango does not have to offer proof, they are always believed by the Judicial system. I can provide proof of this.

    If there is one policy that would get the backing of voters it would be the care for the innocent.

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    bogtrott says:

    billy cotton head of the BBC wanted nothing to do with mr JS,he knew so others must have known.
    It was well known in leeds,and manchester all those years ago,the BBC will be doing one of two things. shredding papers or typing new papers.
    We should write to our MP’s saying how can a business still be allowed to carry on when it allowed this to happen and knew he was doing it.
    If It was a care home they would shut it,why is the BBC any different.

  118. 118

    Just looked up Synonyms.com

    It says: Soundbite

  119. 119
    B'east says:

    Anything as long as the taxpayer pays your mortgage , I see all sorts of forign types on benefits living in £1 million flats a friend ( I want to get into her pants() works for the DWP it drives her bonkers that sh has to get up, commute and hand out money to these fuckers everyday
    She ha one a fucking Chink “Sushi chef” who didnt turn up for an interview at a japanese restaurant
    Let me guess
    He already has a job knocking out Chinese takeaways
    This country is doomed

  120. 120
    Aunty Matter says:

    Cover ups of the abuse of children by celebrities, politicians, judges and luvvies have been going on by the state for years.

    Remember Operation Ore? That died a death as soon as they saw the ‘names’ who were downloading child porn.

    The old media were at the heart of keeping that story well covered up.

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    Dr Nuts says:

    It’s Toofy-time!

    But as KT pointed out above, she’s the face of Childline, where children can go with allegations. And here, there were allegations of child abuse and she did F* All until there was an angle which she can exploit for publicity centred on her.

    Note she also did That’s Life where she brought adverse publicity to ‘jobsworths’ at the same time hearing what are serious abuses in the BBC, even less excuses and diminishing!

  122. 122

    If you dont fancy any woman under 25 or past mid thirties, doesn’t it make it difficuly to sustain a relationship beyond a decade?

    Just asking?

  123. 123

    Two from the top and …

  124. 124

    The BBC is fucked.

    So nice to say that thinking that it may come true soon.

  125. 125
    Aunty Matter says:

    The lobby press knew that MPs were fiddling their expenses or should that be robbing the state.

    There is no way hacks so close to MP’s wouldn’t know, you can bet when some fat smelly MP’s got a few G and T’s down them they wouldn’t be able to stop boasting of the latest scam.

    Just like the lobby pack KNEW Brown was a violent thug and bully and the stories of him throwing phone,s fax machines and pushing staff were true, yet they played their part in denying it until after he left office.


    Two reasons, one lobby fodder are scum and two they put their own scrawny necks first.

  126. 126
    Lord Peter Fondleboy says:

    I am seriously relaxed about people downloading child porn

  127. 127
    Jimmy the Pervert says:

    OK OK It,s been a long day and I want a kip now
    cos I am DEAD beat

  128. 128
    A ? says:

    May be this story will cover for the failings of the Social(Marxist) Workers who let the rape gangs continue to aid Community Cohesion. Or may be the story of the 2 homosexuals who raped that young 14 year old in the shop.

    Also while here.
    Before they went to the Bee N Pee over the Rape Gang Problem, the victims and their parents must have approached the most senior Northern MP and at one time HOME SECRETARY Jack Straw.

    What action did he take when told about these child rape gangs ? Did he just do a ‘Margret Hogg’ and ignore them as the children were not of ‘middle eastern origin’ and so don’t count ?
    Unlike their own children

  129. 129
    JP2's Ghost says:

    The only real shock here is that it was young gals…

    What happened to the traditional RC penchant for young boys Jim? …you are damned to hell for that lapse of judgement…very un-RCC!

  130. 130
    Fingles says:

    i am all for one nation as long as you get the lazy fucking bastards who cannot get out of bed doing a decent days work

  131. 131
    Lord Peter Fondleboy says:

    Nope there is always another one with an older man thing (+:
    Justas if you are a d arkie , plenty of white meat out their

    A businees associate is hanging out of a woman 29 years younger than himself, plus he has a fitness instructor(t&a) as a paying guest
    We we were discussing stuff before and she went for a shower,15 minutes
    My mind sort of wandered listening to the splashing

  132. 132
    Lord Peter Fondleboy says:

    That was B’east post , not from sad old homothiefual

  133. 133
    Aunty Matter says:

    Very true the cover ups over the thousands put to death by the NHS every year is a disgrace, but none of the MSM want to go near it, for to attack the NHS is like stamping on the head of Bambi in the world of the lefty c u n t s in the press and the BBC.

  134. 134
    BBC says:

    Rob Wilson is being opportunist! His attempt to drive our leaders brilliant speech from top billing on the news will fail.

    We’re not even sure who Savile was, no record of him ever being here.
    If you need more proof, you’re a Tory toff that eats babies.

  135. 135

    Well, really glad you made that so clear then… (?)

  136. 136
    Its probably institutional says:

    Dont be daft, what possible connection could there be between an allged child abuser and the Catholic Church????

  137. 137
    James says:

    Aunty Matte @ 112

    ” when it came to phone hacking the BBC were pointing the finger at EVERYONE who worked for Murdoch.”

    That’s because it was EVERYONE that worked for daddy!..

  138. 138
    Dr Nuts says:

    Oh, that’s a good one, will the BBC have a pop at the Vatican for knighting Sir Sa vile of Tracksuit?

    Can we get odds on the BBC defence –
    ‘we didn’t know – but should’ve: the Vatican Paedo’s recognised him as one of their own!’

  139. 139
    Anonymous says:

    nhs used to be like mummy, must be protected.
    never understood why the beeb has been referred to aunty. maybe that’s why it was protected.

  140. 140

    Very good point. John Ruskin’s pathetic fallacy strikes again.

  141. 141
    Its probably institutional says:

    John Lennon said that very little scandal involving The Beatles appeared in the Press because they always ensured the press pack partook in much of that scandal themselves.

  142. 142

    The BBC is fucked.

    Can we have badges made to wear in front of the cameras?

  143. 143
    confirmed bachelor says:

    someone should have guessed surely?

  144. 144
    Anonymous says:

    the daily mirror is gonna get what’s due before long, fucking rag

  145. 145
    mona says:

    And while you’re at it you slimy Common Purpose bastard, don’t dare do anything on Charlene Downs the young girl ground down for Kebab meat.and how many Necrophiliacs are employed by the BBC.

  146. 146
    Anonymous says:

    time to stand up to auntie?

  147. 147
    Anonymous says:

    the world of psychology is as irrational as it gets. awesome though.

  148. 148
    Anonymous says:

    aunty fecked. better than paedo and necro. but then it is not a real auntie, a world of romantic make belief. how we were duped by the glorified few.

  149. 149

    You should read R G Collingwood’s view, if you have not already.

  150. 150
    Jimmy Savlon says:

    Now then, now then, young lady. Would you like to come back to my camper van for some bouncy bouncy?

  151. 151
    MB. says:

    Hadn’t Guido been printing some of her reports on expenses fiddling for some time before the Telegraph bought the stolen data.

    It seemed to be predominently Labour Ministers but the Telegraph focused on a few trivial cases like the duck island because they were done by Conservatives.

  152. 152
    Anonymous says:

    it was a time when all that mattered was glory.
    no more though?

  153. 153
    Just SHUT THE FUCKER DOWN! says:

    But will Camertwat go along with that?

    Will Gordon Brown apologise?

    Will Bliar retire?




  154. 154
    Dr Nuts says:

    In an unrelated quote:
    Ed Balls asked “what does it take to get sacked from the Conservative cabinet?”.

    Apparently it raised laughs, I find it funny, not because I’m at the labour conference, but I remember 13 years of labour misrule!

  155. 155
    Anonymous says:

    all the mighty were horrid pre 2008. Everyone was chasing glory, with end justifying the means. Some accepted this with open eyes, others with closed and the rest with imperfect vision.

    no direct good will come out of digging.

  156. 156
    Lord WAyne of Trombona says:

    I have it official there is nothing to see here
    move on


  157. 157
    the fanciable farting fish says:

    Ted Heath liked the female, revelation there, I always had the impression he was a poofta

  158. 158
    Jersey resident says:

    In the 1970’s, Jimmy was a frequent visitor to HDLG – a childrens home in Jersey. An allegation of indecent assault was investigated during the 2008- 2010 Jersey Child Abuse Investigation but the police found ‘insufficient evidence to proceed’.
    Jimmy was one of a number of ‘distinguished guests’ who visited the home during the 1970’s. You can imagine the appeal- Come to Jersey for sun, sea and ‘perks.’ After enjoying a show in the Jersey Opera House, come and enjoy a ‘special’ show behind the stage door. You can also enjoy a soflty furnished German bunker, a stone’s throw from a large children’s home with its own equipped ‘cellars’. Fancy some time off-shore? There’s a nice little sailing club down the road. Plenty of children bobbing up and down on the water- including some ‘safely’ selected youngsters from Islington care homes who’ve come over for a holiday. Bring your yacht if you like- plenty of strong moorings you can tie up to. And don’t forget to leave your money in one of our Trust companies before you go. Don’t worry, your money and interests will safely be kept secret in Jersey.

    Silence?- here in Jersey we know all about silence. The investigation was effectively silenced when the Jersey establishment illegally suspended the Police Chief, a man trusted by abuse survivors and feared by the establishment. They knew, he knew, too much.
    Really, if you think the Savile story is interesting, it’s small fry when compared to the Jersey child abuse cover-up and ‘the Jersey Way.’
    As for BBC Jersey, they repeatedly broke the BBC Charter and remained very very silent, complying entirely with the ‘official line’ given to them by the Jersey establishment. They too are in damage limitation mode and in recent days have even begun to allow anti-establishment opinion be aired. So notable is the shift in local mainstream reporting, local bloggers were wondering what has ruffled their feathers.
    As shocking as the Jimmy Savile story is, the Jersey one is far far worse. Outside pressure will help break the dam. Unfortunately, some of your establishment might prevent the flood.

  159. 159
    snoadley says:

    Fuck off Sc, do you really get everything from books ffs? Do your own fucking thinking, or start your own fucking religion. Lazy cuпt.

  160. 160
    the fanciable farting fish says:

    I’m not going to read this because you are a top posting fuckwit

  161. 161
    Much too Messy says:

    All those roads, all those rows of identical boxes?

    C’mon Ed – what happened to the Soviet High Rise blocks of Flats – each topped with the H&S? Far more efficient – and so ‘Progressive’ – or think Le Corbusier. – or the Shard for all your Social Housing Needs for Immigrunts and poorly Hook Handed Preachers what can’t be extradidited.

  162. 162
    Madge Buckett says:

    Seconded – I’ve got a right little party going in here!

  163. 163
    the fanciable farting fish says:

    surely in the whole of the corporation amongst the makers there might be a true Englishman who will come forward and tell the truth

  164. 164
    annette curton says:

    What happened to those 4 proposed new towns they were going to build when Labour were in power?, not a brick laid (good job mind, dozy idea anyway).

  165. 165
    the fanciable farting fish says:

    it’s a simple matter. if anyone has had sex / abused children then they want locking up

  166. 166

    A sea change came about on May 2 1997.

    BBC had already been at it for years. Don’t forget, they had been defeated by pirate radio stations who were then outlawed using dubious means under the Marine Offences Act 1967. All the pirate DJs came to the BBC. Many were good and changed the face of broadcasting for ever. John Peel was one such. Restricted by what he could play of recorded music, he started up the John Peel Sessions, live performances which would but the needle time concept. But not all were like Peel.

    Savile did not come from the offshore pirates but from Radio Luxembourg. That in itself should tell us something.

    The whole nature of BBC culture took over nearly every facet of life in business, banking, politics, police, media and many other areas. We are living with the aftermath now. WMD started it. The financial crash was the next major upset. Then we have had scandal after scandal, MPs expenses, phone tapping, Libor rigging, and now this.

    It will run and run. There is so much to tumble out of the cupboard. Now the various parts of the establishment have fallen out with each other, they are trying to save their own skins – in vain.

  167. 167
    Nigelforengland says:

    Just seen another victim on News at Ten, I thought it was Tom Watson

  168. 168

    Taking a leaf out of your book, when I want your opinion, I’ll give it to you.

  169. 169
    Police answerphone says:

    Thank you for calling the Police. We are currently out of the office searching for Megan, despite her being perfectly happy in France. If you require assistance, particularly if you are calling from Sherpherd’s Bush or Rochdale, please try later.

  170. 170
    Mornington Crescent says:

    Or his coal supply.

  171. 171

    The BBC:

    *** Institutionally criminal ***

  172. 172
    snoadley says:

    You’re too fucking lazy and thick to even do that ffs

  173. 173
    P.Mandevilson, the Eminence Greasy says:

    You can get sacked during a period of Libor mis-rule. But they’ll keep taking you back !!! Again and again and again…

  174. 174
    Ted Heath the Bandleader says:

    Well, this Ted Heath sure the fuck did! And I definitely was no damned nancy boy!

  175. 175
    WHO are you? says:

    I always used to love meeting up with my old friend Bill Wyman
    £7 for some kiddie fidling porn???
    Its “research” and tax deductable , thanks for inviting me to the Olympics The paedo Olympics

  176. 176
    Dr Nuts says:


    This is form – the news about Gary Glitter – again it’s entertainment.

    Dated : 2003.

  177. 177
    Jumbo says:

    The fact is the BBC is nothing more than an explosive ball of light entertainment

  178. 178
    Leek Kinnochio Top Top Top Salary Multipensions says:

    Yes, for the next ethnic wave 2015-2020. Cheapest known way to buy votes.

  179. 179
    baz says:

    Apocalyptic talk Sc; let’s hope you’re right but I doubt it.

  180. 180
    Dr Nuts says:

    Is it an injoke? Ed’s discovered he’s got some Balls?

  181. 181
    annette curton says:

    And dark secrets.

  182. 182
  183. 183
    Dr Nuts says:

    Cat, we don’t do that – we give ‘them’ to the Americans, and they take ‘them’ to Guantanamo Bay!

  184. 184
    Axe The Telly Tax says:



  185. 185
    R.Doff-hearing says:

    Did you say shite entertainment?

  186. 186

    We are maybe half way through the apocalypse already. Most of what I remarked on has already come to pass. There are thousands of embittered people out there right now who have come out on the wrong side of this. They will look for their chance to get even. Revenge is a dish best served cold.

    There are plenty, MPs especially, who think they have escaped. In the main, they won’t. Look out for the Second Culling!

  187. 187
    annette curton says:

    Now we now what your £145.50 licence fee goes to pay for, a £3.4 billion a year paedophile ring.

  188. 188
    annette curton says:

    Now we now what your £145.50 licence fee goes to pay for, a £3.4 billion a year p88edophile ring.

  189. 189
    Aunty Matter says:

    Newsnight totally ignoring the Jimmy Savile story again. Also no mention of Keith Vaz.

    Fucking BBC c u n t z I really hope you fuckers go to jail.

  190. 190
    Aunty Matter says:

    Yes well we now know that the BBC was turning a blind eye to a man who enjoyed feeling up young girls.

    Just who knew what and when at the BBC. The lying c u n t z can’t hide away from this and I want to know why plod isn’t down at TV centre kicking down doors and feeling collars?

    They were quick enough to arrest Tory MP’s and journalists.

  191. 191

    This could hurt the BBC more than any bias, or mediocrity, or nepotism. They not only covered it up – they fucking recruited young girls to SIT ON HIS KNEE on prime-time saturday night telly.


    And, of course, the question this brings up – should bring up – and it applies to the rest of the media too, is this: what else are they hiding?

    Hundreds of people conspired to cover this up – what else are they hiding?

    Every paper and broadcaster chose to join the pact of silence – what else are they hiding?

    This really *was* a grand ‘green crayon’ conspiracy – what else are they hiding?

  192. 192
    howsaboutthatthen says:

    Jimmy’s a vile.
    Is a vile another word for a dirty child shagging perv?

  193. 193
    Joss Taskin says:

    Did Red Ed’s old hero and mentor , Gordoom Brown show up for this event in Manchester ?

  194. 194
    Axe The Telly Tax says:

    I haven’t paid it for 7 years.

    Catch me if you can you beeboid pedo bastards. LOL

  195. 195

    Quite right, Dr. Nuts. I got carried away. But Brown does that to me. I managed to emigrate just before he was anointed. Just think, no one in that spineless party had the guts to stand up to him despite the indisputable evidence that he was barking. But he had already sold the seeds of evil and it was too late.

    That Ed fellow, who everyone was lauding to the skies today was one of his acolytes ffs! So was the other Ed who is so blinded by ambition that he can change his morning policy by the time afternoon has come, if he thinks there is a vote or even a round of applause in it.

    But stop! I am foaming at the mouth again… Where is that darned ice axe?

  196. 196

    Don’t be silly, they dont’ spend all the 3.4 billion on covering up noncery – there’s the charlie too.

  197. 197

    No clean burner, he.

  198. 198

    But Savile had an ideal face for radio himself.

  199. 199
    Handycock (Teen Fondler) says:

    Certainly not! Boaz.

  200. 200

    It’s the biggest cover up since they rebuilt Centre Court at Wimbledon.

    The BBC:

    *** Institutionally criminal ***

  201. 201
    Axe The Telly Tax says:


    Time to shut down the beeboid pedo bastards once and for all

  202. 202
    annette curton says:

    Yes you are right, ‘dramatic licence’ on my part, speaking of which BBC…

  203. 203
    Lucius Calidius Eroticus says:

    It’s been twenty two years since I was first expected to pay the BBC tax and in all that time they have had exactly fuck all off me. It is that easy to fuck them off. If I can do it, then everybody can.

  204. 204
    Lee says:

    Look I’m getting sick of this shit, as far as I can tell there is no concrete evidence that Jimmy Saville was involved in anything out of order except hear say and conjecture.

    Just because the man is dead doesn’t mean he shouldn’t be afforded the same “innocent until proven guilty” right as the rest of us, I realise as being dead he can’t be convicted/found guilty but please shut the fuck up until we have sworn statements from credible witnesses.

    I’d have thought readers of this “libertatian” blog would realise that and not speak ill of the dead until we know for certain if he was inappropriate with children.

  205. 205
    Bogeyman says:

    This kind of thing presents the Graunbeebs with a real dilemma.

    On the one hand, they know they should stay on the right side of the law.

    On the other, a weirdo who shags 12-years olds fits their diversity agenda nicely, especially when he raises money for charidee.

    Of course if he was both a weirdo and one our Commonwealth brethren he could shag 12-year-olds openly in the corridor, an act to be celebrated for adding richness to cultural vibrancy.

  206. 206
    Gary Glitter says:

    I couldn’t have put it better myself.

  207. 207
    Dr Nuts says:

    I must be guided by editorial considerations only and that I must not let any wider considerations about the BBC affect my judgement.
    I keep coming back to this statement.
    Why mention specifically the wider considerations about the BBC in the guidance? This as a remark is incongruous with the rest of the statement.
    It should’ve read – you must be guided by editorial considerations only.

    The remarks about ‘wider considerations about the BBC’ is indicative that the central discussion was about the effect on the BBC.
    If not then that part of the statement is one of that code –
    … be very aware of the wider considerations about the BBC.

    I cannot see why that phrase would be there otherwise. It just does not make any sense.

    No-one says something that the person is not thinking… the subject was raised.
    We need to see the full transcript of that conversation.

  208. 208
    Axe The Telly Tax says:

    Starting to shit bricks you beeboid pedo bastard stooge?

    Plod is coming for you and by the time big Bubba and his mates on B-wing have finished with you, your arse will be as wide as a wizard’s sleeve.


  209. 209
    Blowing Whistles says:

    I’m watching others get bored with you SC.

    Try this for the SA Vile man.

    It is now common knowledge that an investigation was opened in 2007 -but the CPS – decided that there was not enough evidence to prosecute.

    Let’s take a gander back at who was in power in 2007 – New Labour.

    Many people have failed to – push one step deeper into this mire. Who the hell was the “CPS person” – who decided to close down the investigation on the premise that there was ot enough evidence?

    Could that CPS person – have been ‘persuaded’ to look the other way for multiple rea$on$? Yates of the yard – was around at the time so too was Bliar the MET commissioner – and of course who was the AG and the DPP at the time [All of them Blair appointees …?

    How corrupted are they all – who’s protecting who and what for?

  210. 210
    Bogeyman says:

    What are you talking about, “hearsay and conjecture”?

    They have evidence from around a dozen level-headed women, one of them a Beeb employee who caught him with his tongue down the throat of some kid barely out of primary school.

    He can never be “proved guilty” because it’s too late for a formal trial. But he obviously is.

  211. 211
    Chukkus Yermunni says:

    I’ve been told I’m not allowed on telly again after that car crash on Newsnight.All I was doing was trying to glorify Ed and I ended up showing that it was all a load of confused contradictory superficial bollocks.

  212. 212
    annette curton says:

    He is too busy educating the world or, the Global as he prefers to call it, I expect he is instructing small Boys and Girls at this very moment, only another 2 1/2 billion to go.

  213. 213
    Jimmy says:

    You’d think even Jeremy (unt wold have the brains not to use his own PPS for this.

  214. 214
    the fanciable farting fish says:

    you know what ? you are a sicko.

  215. 215
    FFS ! says:

    Why the fuck is almost every media commentator fawning over Eds vaccuous bollox of a speech. FFS it contained no policies whatsoever and was simply a whole load of predictable soundbites and platitudes. Christ almighty is there no one in our cowed and celebrity obsessed media capable of doing a proper analysis and seeing through this shite ????

  216. 216

    The BBC has said it will make direct contact with police to provide full support over the “disturbing allegations” made about abuse involving Sir Jimmy Savile. BBC

    Only 30 years late.

  217. 217
    the fanciable farting fish says:

    I give up I was supposedly replying to 193

  218. 218
    the fanciable farting fish says:

    you ask the question ” is there not a true Englishman who will come forward to rid the realm of the liars, thieves, murderers and adulterers” ?

  219. 219
    Bogeyman says:

    Oh yes it did contain policy – “one nation”.

    The question is, which nation?

  220. 220

    I’m watching others get bored with you too BW.

    But unlike you, I will support you when I think you are talking sense, as you are from your second sentence here.

    There is a whole heap of blame hidden under the name Blair. More than one with that name. More than two.

    But we knew that with David Kelly, didn’t we?

  221. 221

    І’m wаtchіng оthеrs gеt bоrеd wіth yоu tоо BW.

    But unlіkе yоu, І wіll suppоrt yоu whеn І thіnk yоu аrе tаlkіng sеnsе, аs yоu аrе frоm yоur sеcоnd sеntеncе hеrе.

    Thеrе іs а whоlе hеаp оf blаmе hіddеn undеr thе nаmе Blаіr. Mоrе thаn оnе wіth thаt nаmе. Mоrе thаn twо.

    But wе knеw thаt wіth Dаvіd Kеlly, dіdn’t wе?

  222. 222
    Blowing Whistles says:

    The letter to Patten is interesting – seeing how Patten has been ‘elevated’ to such a high position at the BBC – Chairman no less.

    Now let’s look back who was the governor of Honk Kong? – Chris Patten.

    Who pulled a ‘book’ (was to have been published by Murdoch no less) for reasons that Murdoch was cooking up deals with the Chinese and ‘needed to be nice to the Chinese as there was a financial necessity to get Star TV up and running out that way?

    How many Trust’s does Patten sit on – and earn a nice annual fee from being a Trustee … on them trusts from Cornwall to Scotland?

    He has form – isn’t there pattern?

  223. 223
    Axe The Telly Tax says:

    Not good enough.


  224. 224
    Bogeyman says:

    That’s unfair on Mo’. It was legal in those days because most of the girlies were either clapped out or dead by their eighteenth.

    But you’re right about JC. He always struck me as a damn good bloke.

  225. 225
    the fanciable farting fish says:

    what have I said to you you thick c+unt if it says TESCO on it then it is not a jellyfish

  226. 226
    Blowing Whistles says:

    We should also be looking at The Charity Commission (inc those atop it) – which well let’s just say – have form in turning blind eyes to Corruption, Fraud and money laundering by many charities. Who’s been covering up lots of dirt at the CC down Devon & Cornwall way?

  227. 227
    Polly Toyboy says:

    Sounds like what the News of the World was saying a couple of years ago.

    Will red Ed.be demanding a judge lead inquiry?

  228. 228
    howsaboutthatthen says:

    Ed Miliband has a face like he’s just been rogered up the hole by Jimmy Savile

  229. 229
    Herr Adolph Hitler. says:

    One Nation. One socialist party.

    I could not have put it better myself.

  230. 230
    Axe The Telly Tax says:

    Bring in the United States FBI to do the investigation and watch the corridors of the BBC become strewn with empty bottles of hemlock.


  231. 231
    Blowing Whistles says:

    As an afterthought – as for the Electoral Commission – they need independent monitoring – from others abroad – they’re institutionally corrupted …

    The Audit Commission – ditto

    A commission – is (in non SC terms – garguantian waffle) in simple terms a ‘licence’ to thieve with ughh! assent. It is the same as in bygone days as a ‘Privateer’ [Pirate] who plunders from all on the high seas and on the banks of lands afar – but all done with a commissioned licence – where the Privateer takes a share in the spoils thieved.

  232. 232

    Don’t forget Ghostery too x .

    Don’t want any more spookies .

    SC x .

  233. 233
    ++ TESTIN TESTIN ++ says:

    P.S. U lucky I book markin this site on my new , re-fangled browser , babes x .

    P.P.S. I sussed Jimmy Savill as a wrong-un when I saw old TOTP recordin wiv him wearin half a beard , didn’t I ???

    Full growth on the left ; bald as coot on the right , he woz .

    CREEEPY :(


    E x .

  234. 234
    ++ TESTIN TESTIN ++ says:

    I try that , sweetheart x .

    Ta .

    Jus grapplin wiv fundamentals @ mo .

    Ain’t even done email , yet :P

    Enjoyin Led Zep at full throttle via SigmaTel ;)

    Laters E x .

  235. 235
    ++ TESTIN TESTIN ++ says:

    P.S. petal x

    Get wotever CÜNT it concerns to unmod my name or I probly might have trouble bovverin wiv this site in future , I thinks :- P

    It bin long time an ain’t funny or clever no more , is it ??

    Ta in advance x .

    E x .

  236. 236
    Hamza the Hook Handed says:

    I’m still here boys and girls – and there ain’t nuffin you can do about it!

  237. 237
    Serious breaking news says:

    West coast raiway line takeover by first group has been halted.

    Just as well Justine Greening was promoted to giving away free money to beggars.

  238. 238
  239. 239
    J. Edgar Hoover says:

    That would be the same agency that covered up my being a faggot for all those years? THAT FBI?

  240. 240
    Hoon-ga Hoon-ga Hoon-ga Chuka Umunna says:

    What happens in Jersey stays in Jersey. The trust that owns my mum’s house’s would be an example of that.

  241. 241

    What Is And What Should Never Be.

  242. 242

    I always thought that too.

  243. 243
    Andrew says:

    Of course, my mistake. If it had been young boys that would be another matter – Rock Cake fingerprints all over it – but then nobody was suggesting the late double-Sir was that sort of filthy pervert.

  244. 244
    rico sorda says:


    Jersey Child Abuse Scandal and Cover-up.

    Politicians, the police and the Jersey Media. All complicit

    Protect the image of Jersey

  245. 245
    Grayon Larry Trannypotter says:

    Is your first name Ufarkin by any chance?

  246. 246
    Grayon Larry Trannypotter says:

    If you read Peel’s unfinished autobiography there are several references to his own penchant for schoolgirls.

    Me? – I just like their uniforms.

  247. 247
    this is what happens if you practice says:

  248. 248
    J Dyson says:

    The winds of change blow clean through the FBI.

  249. 249
    Living in 98 percent white Merseyside says:

    Then include us out!

  250. 250
    Handycock says:

    Don’t forget I can look after any spare girls that you BBC pimps have left over. Well done guys, all financed by the licence paying plebs. I wish I was in your league.

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    this is what happens if you practice says:

    what encouragement does this give to businesses to spend millions on a bid for the fuckwits to change their minds

  252. 252
    this is what happens if you practice says:

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    have you ever felt you were on your own ? says:

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    Speedster says:

    The last saville enquirey took years, cost 3200 million, and was a complete waste of time and effort – whats to say this will be different?

  255. 255
    Speedster says:

    Thick fingers here! should have read £200 million!

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    ho hum says:

    If you are so “learned”, you would know the difference between ‘acceptable’ and ‘exceptable’ (if indeed the latter word even exists!)

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    ho hum says:

    It’s “participated” – not partook.

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    Freddie Fraudster says:

    So do we dig Saville up and question him?

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    Jackthesmilingblack says:

    Quick, fence off his grave before the entire area becomes a swamp.

  260. 260
    Mr De'ath...from the village! says:

    Never mind questioning him just dig the bastard up and water-board him on BBC prime time…that will sort it out!

  261. 261
    Anonymous says:

    One Nation, One Party full of idiots.

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    Lizzie says:

    Why should the BBC be allowed to investigate itself? What was good enough for the tabloids, i.e. a full judicial enquiry with QCs to cross examine witnesses a la Leveson should be what the BBC executives face, in public!

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    Blowing Whistles says:

    SC – what do you know of the JR at the RCJ on 19th December 2011 and did you attend it?

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    the fart that looks like a fish says:

    do not put curses on me I am just a mirror of the society and did I exploit it , of course you idiot. I took everything that was going and if I upset your morality fuck you

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    the fart that looks like a fish says:

    jimmy was upstairs in restaurant in holland park and he was downstairs being loud on the phone giving somebody grief and I couldn’t help myself I said “you are working wel jim” as he past our table then next thing he sends a lacky down to friendlily interrogate us and he did get the piss taken from him,

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    Charlies says says:


    Why don’t you contact Victor Lewis-Smith, during 1989-90 he had a late night Radio 1 programme, where he used to do prank calls.

    One of them was to the Jim’ll Fix It office and be very offensive, taking the persona of someone trying to use their sick child to get a free holiday. Afterwards he did a little song which I think had the lines “Come on little girl, sit on my knee, that wasn’t Jim speaking, that was me, absolutely not a trace of impropriety”

    I think he got into a lot of trouble at the time however either this is coincidence or a sign of a “open secret” which may have existed at the BBC.

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    Anonymous says:

    Good. Weed out the nonces. These ‘liberals’ who like to tell us what to say and think all the time should keep their fucking house in order. How long before some left wing Hunt starts trying to weedle in rights for paedos under the guise of some kind of thinly-veiled ‘discrimination’ bollox policy from the EU?…

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