Saturday, November 10, 2012
The New Statesman magazine referred to the rumours.
John major sued and won his case.
It was later revealed that John Major had had an affair with a certain Jewish politician.
In 1994 Scallywag had a story about the Conservative politician Julian Lewis.
Lewis sued and won his case.
The following is part of an article written in 2000 by the editor of Scallywag magazine, Simon Regan.
Source: Organized Rage
The Waterhouse Report
By Simon Regan.
…The report suggests there is ‘no evidence’ that Freemasonry had anything to do with the scandal.
In the early nineties, in the now defunct Scallywag magazine, which I founded, we interviewed in some depth twelve former inmates at Bryn Estyn who had all been involved in the Wrexham paedophile ring…
We took them separately to Pimlico and asked them to point out the building where this had taken place.
The lobbyist was a notorious ‘queen’ who specialised in gay parties with a ‘political mix’ in the Pimlico area – most convenient to the Commons – and which included selected flats inDolphin Square.
There was, to my certain knowledge, at least one resignation from the Conservative office in Smith Square once we had published our evidence and named names.
Subsequently, over a rent dispute which is still a matter of litigation, Dr. Julian Lewis, now Conservative MP for New Forest (East) but then deputy head of research at Conservative Central Office in Smith Square, managed to purchase the contents of our offices, which included all our files.
All of a sudden very private information, some of it even privileged between ourselves and our lawyer during the John Major libel action, was being published in selected, pro-Conservative sections of the media.
Subsequently, during a court case initiated by Lewis, I was able in my defence to seek discovery of documents and asked to see the seized files.
Some of the extreme cases commit suicide, many more were sexually disorientated in the worst possible way.
I watched it in the now famous Court 13 at the High Court during the libel action between former Supt. Gordon Anglesey and Private Eye (and others) when, despite the fact that under cross examination, Anglesey had to admit that his evidence did not correspond with his own notebooks, the ‘other side’ subsequently tore the five main prosecution witnesses to pieces in a monumental act of judicial harassment.
Simon Regan (now deceased) was editor of Scallywag Magazine.