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MI5 urged a cover-up of child abuse allegations against a senior MP to avoid political embarrassment for Margaret Thatcher’s government, according to newly unearthed Whitehall files.

The documents, which were thought to have been lost or destroyed, were found in a Cabinet Office storeroom of “assorted and unstructured papers”.

A key paper from November 1986 shows Sir Antony Duff, then director-general of MI5, writing to Sir Robert Armstrong, the cabinet secretary, about inquiries into an MP said to have “a penchant for small boys”.


08.08.2015 в 00:21
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