Tom Watson MP revealed that A powerful paedophile network may have operated in Britain protected by its connections to Parliament and Downing Street, a senior Labour politician suggested yesterday.
Speaking from the back benches of the House of Commons, Tom Watson,
the deputy chairman of the Labour Party, called on the Metropolitan
Police to reopen a closed criminal inquiry into paedophilia.
his anxiety that there had been an establishment cover-up, Mr Watson
referred to the case of Peter Righton, who was convicted in 1992 of
importing and possessing illegal homosexual pornographic material.
a former consultant to the National Children’s Bureau and lecturer at
the National Institute for Social Work in London, admitted two illegal
importation charges and one charge of possessing obscene material. He
was fined £900.
He was a member of PIE a magazine the Paedophile INformation Exchange which was at one time published in the Home Office.
See the revealing documentary
BBC Documentary about Peter Righton https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=Hli-iPilDII#