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Old 25-01-2013, 10:28 PM   #44970
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Following on from WW, I am getting this straight in my bonce. This info is mostly picked up from this thread and its various links, hope it's useful.

John Granville Morrison, 1st Baron Margadale TD, DL (1906 – 1996), was a British landowner and Conservative Party politician. An MP from 1942 to 1965, he notably served as Chairman of the 1922 Committee between 1955 and 1964.

Morrison was the son of Hugh Morrison and Lady Mary Leveson-Gower, daughter of the Liberal statesman Granville Leveson-Gower, 2nd Earl Granville. (There's a name we recognise).

The eldest of John Morrison's sons, James , married Sophia Cavendish, daugher of the youngest of the Mitford sisters, Deborah. Deborah Mitford is also known as DEBO.

The Mitford sisters were heavily influenced/influencing of Oswald Mosley, who may have been the influence for the political stance of THE MONDAY CLUB.

Debo was known to Savile and in his auction of personal artefacts was a card provenance as signed by Debo Duchess of Devonshire.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deborah..._of_Devonshire

The second son, Sir Charles Andrew Morrison (1932–2005) sat as Conservative MP for Devizes from 1964 until 1992.
He was one of the investors in the shirt shop Cottonrose in Richmond. That property's freehold is said to be owned by 'Puddles' (from the Mary Moss documents). It had been run by ex MP Harvey Proctor,Tory MP for Basildon 1979-1983 and Billericay 1983-1987, who was forced to resign following his activities involving a rent boy/spanking.

Sara Morrison, Charles Morrison's wife has been described as Edward Heath's friend and important political confidante and she was with him when he died.
The daughter of Viscount Lang and the Duchess of Marlborough, Sara Morrison was a director of the influential program, Fourth Channel TV, and one of the principal organizers of the Conservative Party, said to be a close confidante of Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
She was a director of General Electric Co. of England (now Plessy - ? linked to the Rothschilds).

The third son, Sir Peter Morrison (1944 –1995), was Conservative MP for Chester from 1974 to 1992 and died aged 51 in 1995.
He lived at Puddington in Cheshire, according to the Chester Chronicle, and at the end of his life he was living in Somerset.
He was Margaret Thatcher's parliamentary private secretary and deputy chairman of the Conservative Party.
In October 2012 it was alleged that evidence has been seen that linked Peter Morrison to the North Wales children’s homes case, in which up to 650 children in 40 homes were sexually, physically and emotionally abused over a 20 year period.
It has also been alleged that Sir Peter was protected by a “culture of sniggering, of giggling and of nudge-nudge, wink-wink” and that his behaviour was covered up by senior party members and the media.
Morrison is now named in connection with a fresh inquiry into these allegations, which could also implicate the late DJ and TV presenter Jimmy Savile.

John Morrison's daughter, Dame Mary Morrison, was a Woman of the Bedchamber to Queen Elizabeth II for forty years.
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