Anorak | Edward Heath the peadophile: Jimmy Savile’s nephew says, police trawl, Myra Ling-Ling Forde’s tame coppers

Edward Heath the peadophile: Jimmy Savile’s nephew says, police trawl, Myra Ling-Ling Forde’s tame coppers

by | 14th, August 2015

9th January 1979:  Edward Heath, British Conservative politician and prime minister (1970 - 1974) playing the piano to the amusement of Kermit the Frog and Paddington Bear.  (Photo by Evening Standard/Getty Images)


No-one has dug Ted Heath up and buried the former Prime Minister face down in an unmarked grave. Yet. Police in Wiltshire and the NSPCC are inviting anyone who ‘believes’ they may have been absued by the dead Tory Leader in his lifetime to get in touch via a hotline.

The advert trills:

Sir Edward Heath has been named in relation to offences concerning children. He lived in Salisbury for many years and we would like to hear from anyone who has any relevant information that may assist us in our enquiries or anyone who believes they may have been a victim.

Not alleged offences. Simply offences. Ted is “named”. It has been decreed. And it’s hard to escape that part about “belief”. Once upon a time, only victims were allowed to call the official hotlines dealing with historical sex abuse. Now anyone who believes they’ve been a victim can call.

And we’re getting to hear lots about Ted’s sex life. Today the BBC tells us that Sir Edward Heath was “completely asexual”.  Lord Armstrong of Ilminster told the BBC he “never felt a whiff of sexuality about Ted Heath, whether it was in relation to women, men or children”.

Dogs? Boats?? Thatcher??? He never shagged Jonathan King nor an aadvark . Fact!

Lord Armstrong was principal private secretary at Number 10 during Sir Edward’s time as Conservative prime minister between 1970 and 1974. He said the allegations were “so totally uncharacteristic and unlikely” that he did not believe them to be true. “My incredulity is based on the way of life of a man and about his character and his personality,” he told Radio 4’s Today programme. “When he was at home he had two policemen on the gate, he had the personal protection officer from Scotland Yard in the house, he never drove a car himself, he always had an official driver.

“It just seems to me highly unlikely that he could have escaped all that to do the kind of thing that is described.”

Unless the coppers were in on it? Unless they and

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