Headlines: 4th August 2015

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‘The Met Police is investigating the late former Prime Minister Edward Heath as part of their inquiry into claims of historical child sex abuse by establishment figures, the BBC learns.

Sir Edward is one of a number of prominent names being looked at by detectives from Operation Midland.’

Read more: Edward Heath abuse claims: Met police investigating


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‘Throughout his parliamentary years and even since his death ten years ago, Sir Edward Heath’s sexuality has been one of those intriguing, thorny topics that refuses to go away.

Was the former Tory Prime Minister, who died unmarried aged 89 and showed no interest in women, secretly gay? Was he perhaps asexual? Or was his legendary grumpiness due to him bottling up his homosexuality to protect his elevated political ambitions in less-enlightened times?

Among all the theories, rumours, and unsubstantiated allegations, there is one thing of which Heath has never been accused: paedophilia.’

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‘A series of politicians have been accused of abusing children, including late former Cabinet Minister Leon Brittan and Lib Dem Sir Cyril Smith.

The Mirror uncovered claims of a cover-up when one of Tony Blair’s ministers was suspected of being part of a child sex ring in Lambeth, South London, in the 1980s.

Scotland Yard is investigating.

Retired detective Clive Driscoll says he was stopped from investigating the Labour star in 1998 after he named the politician as a suspect.’

Read more: Sir Edward Heath child abuse claims: String of politicians accused of child sex abuse


Which politicians are linked to Westminster child abuse scandal?


‘Former Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath is the most high profile political figure to be linked to child sex abuse allegations that have swept across Westminster.

Did police cover up child abuse claims against former PM Ted Heath?

A raft of politicians from across the political spectrum has been accused of abusing children, including the late former cabinet minister Leon Brittan, Liberal Democrat Sir Cyril Smith and current Labour peer and former MP Lord Janner.’

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‘Sir Edward Heath was today accused of raping a 12-year-old runaway as police faced a corruption investigation into whether they let off a brothel madam who threatened to expose him in the 1990s.

The alleged rape victim, now 65, claims he was walking along the A2 in north Kent in 1961 when the former prime minister slowed down and asked if he wanted to stay at his flat in Mayfair.

He claims two months after the alleged attack he went to the authorities who dismissed him as a ‘fantasist’ and a ‘liar’.

It was only four years later he recognised Sir Edward as his alleged abuser when he saw a photo of him in the paper sharing a joke with Margaret Thatcher and Tory peer Dame Pat Hornsby Smith.

The man, who cannot be named, spoke out after it was revealed police are being investigated over sensational claims they covered up separate child sex allegations against the former Tory leader.’

Read more: Ted Heath ‘raped me when I was 12′: Former Prime Minister accused of attacking a boy in 1961 as it is also claimed police dropped case against brothel madam to ‘cover up his child abuse’


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‘The United States has warned of “additional steps” if Damascus continues taking actions against the US-backed militants in crisis-hit Syria.

At the Monday news briefing, White House spokesman Josh Earnest was referring to US-trained militants, who he admitted have been suffering losses.

Earnest said that the government of President Bashar al-Assad “should not interfere” in operations by the US-backed forces on the Syrian soil, which he alleged were part of a “strategy to degrade and ultimately destroy ISIL” as US President Barack Obama had promised.’

Read more: Syria ‘should not interfere’ in militant ops by US-backed groups



‘Key allies in the US and UK led war on Islamic State (ISIS) are covertly financing the terrorist movement according to senior political sources in the region. US and British oil companies are heavily invested in the murky geopolitical triangle sustaining ISIS’ black market oil sales.

The Kurdish Regional Government (KRG) in Iraq and Turkish military intelligence have both supported secret ISIS oil smuggling operations and even supplied arms to the terror group, according to Kurdish, Iraqi and Turkish officials.

One British oil company in particular, Genel Energy, is contracted by the KRG to supply oil for a major Kurdish firm accused of facilitating ISIS oil sales to Turkey. The Kurdish firm has close ties to the Iraqi Kurdish government.’

Read more: Britain’s secret ties to governments, firms behind ISIS oil sales


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‘Jeremy Corbyn cast aside scathing criticism of his economic policy agenda on Monday as he unveiled plans to end austerity, tackle growing inequality, crack down on corporate tax dodging and help create a thriving, highly skilled workforce.

Corbyn’s economic policy plan centers on rebalancing the state’s economy to create a more just, productive, and “prosperity-focused economy.”

He will relay his vision for Britain’s economy at a Labour leadership rally in central London on Monday evening.’

Read more: Corbyn outlines plan to end austerity and tackle corporate tax dodging


‘The government has deliberately misled the public on the number of welfare claimants who have been stripped of their benefits over the past year, the Green Party claims.

Green Party spokesman Jonathan Bartley called on the government to come clean on the issue, after it emerged that the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) handed out 605,592 sanctions to benefits claimants in 2014.

The Greens accused the government of attempting to whitewash the effects of its benefit sanctions scheme by publishing a monthly ratio that obscures the policy’s real impact on the ground.’

Read more: Tories deliberately misled public, understating benefit sanctions figures – Greens

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