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Old 12-07-2013, 12:59 PM   #71961
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I think it is and Saviles might be here!

http://www.theprobatedepartment.co.u...gistry-office/

How to Order a Copy Will or Grant (Or 0113 3896 133)

http://www.theprobatedepartment.co.u...opy-of-a-will/

While someone is alive, only they can give you a copy of a Will: no one else is normally entitled to see it or know its’ contents. Once they have died AND probate has been granted then the Will becomes a public document and anyone can obtain a copy.

BUT only if it was necessary to obtain a grant of probate and often it is not. In which case all you can do is ask the executors for a copy – and they may not wish to give you one as even the beneficiaries have no right to a copy Will! Perhaps not really a satisfactory situation.

If you want a get a copy of a probated Will, then LEEDS PROBATE REGISTRY is the main source.

I may be wrong but last thing I heard about his will was that lawyers acting for his victims put a freeze on it so probate won't be granted till that's resolved.
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Old 12-07-2013, 01:10 PM   #71962
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Dr Roger Bodley ,interesting goodness , as I keep saying no mention of the doctors involved. yet

Audrey Palmer Registered with a licence to practise 1976 would that be his wife.
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Old 12-07-2013, 01:22 PM   #71963
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While someone is alive, only they can give you a copy of a Will: no one else is normally entitled to see it or know its’ contents. Once they have died AND probate has been granted then the Will becomes a public document and anyone can obtain a copy.

BUT only if it was necessary to obtain a grant of probate and often it is not. In which case all you can do is ask the executors for a copy – and they may not wish to give you one as even the beneficiaries have no right to a copy Will! Perhaps not really a satisfactory situation.

If you want a get a copy of a probated Will, then LEEDS PROBATE REGISTRY is the main source.
I may be wrong but last thing I heard about his will was that lawyers acting for his victims put a freeze on it so probate won't be granted till that's resolved.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...e-victims.html
Mail Online - 1 November 2012

The estate of Jimmy Savile has been frozen in response to the mounting sexual abuse claims against the late television and radio star.
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The newspaper said it had obtained a copy of the document which instructs that £20,000 in cash was to be shared between 20 of the celebrity's friends, family and neighbours.

It says a further £600,000 was to be put into a trust fund, with the interest shared between eight people.

The remainder - just under £3.7 million before expenses - was to be held by NatWest on behalf of The Jimmy Savile Charitable Trust, according to the FT.
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http://www.hughjames.com/news/news_l...x#.UeACdczD-M8
Hugh James - 15 June 2012

Sir Jimmy’s will disputed by woman claiming to be his illegitimate daughter
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Old 12-07-2013, 05:09 PM   #71964
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I think the point here is someone finds it abhorrent because petitioners are trying to get her sacked.

Even though they know they have alresady stated " she is not going to be sacked anyway."
You have misinterpreted what I was saying.

Perhaps that line should have read:

"I have to say that petitioning to have somebody fired for expressing a point of view - abhorrent as her view is - doesn't sit right with me. Especially on a website that represents so many diverse and conflicting views.".
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Old 12-07-2013, 06:18 PM   #71965
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Sidney Cooke gang paedophile jailed for his part in rape and killing of boy, 14, is back behind bars after inviting children into his home

Robert Oliver, 58, who was part of a gang which killed 14-year-old Jason Swift in a homosexual orgy in 1985, has been jailed again for letting children into his home in Maidstone, Kent.

Full story: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...dren-home.html
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Former Today boss Eddy Shah cleared of schoolgirl rape

Mr Shah, 69, who founded the Today newspaper, denied six counts of rape. He had told the Old Bailey he had "never touched" the teenage girl.

Former escort Susan Davies, 53, of Swanley, Kent, was cleared of aiding and abetting rape, indecent assault and cruelty to a person under 16.

Anthony Pallant, 53, of West Malling, Kent, was cleared of raping the girl.

The jury cleared Mr Shah, of Chippenham, Wiltshire, after almost 18 hours of deliberations.

Ms Davies was cleared of forcing the complainant, now in her early 30s, to have threesomes with her and Mr Shah.

As the verdicts were read out, Mr Shah said "thank you" to the jury and appeared to fight back tears.

His wife, Jennifer White Shah, was present in court and wept after hearing that her husband had been cleared.

Speaking outside court Mr Shah, whose birth name is Selim Shah, said the case had been brought because of "cheap policing and cheap prosecution".

He called for a review of how rape cases are dealt with by police, saying: "Anybody walking down the street can point at a celebrity and say, 'He raped me'.

"I was brought to trial with no real evidence at all - all they had was the word of a girl and nothing was actually backed up.

"Having been through what I have just been through, I think they should look at what happens.

"They look at it subjectively, not objectively - they just take it to trial and I think that is very wrong, there should be some evidence."

The trial previously heard Mr Shah paid for sex with co-defendant Ms Davies, who was accused of procuring the girl.

Former escort Susan Davies, 53, was cleared of all charges

The offences were alleged to have happened when the girl was between the ages of 12 and 15.

Mr Shah maintained he met the girl twice in hotels while she was accompanied by Ms Davies but never had sex with her.

The jury heard Ms Davies describe how she had a relationship with Mr Shah for several years, but claimed that it never felt like she was working as a prostitute.

Mr Shah would pay her between £100 and £200 for sex and bought her gifts such as a Pierre Cardin watch, the court heard.

Ms Davies said Mr Shah was a "gentleman" and she had taken the girl twice to meet him because she thought he could have a positive influence on her life by talking to her.

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Old 12-07-2013, 08:19 PM   #71967
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I may be wrong but last thing I heard about his will was that lawyers acting for his victims put a freeze on it so probate won't be granted till that's resolved.
That is the last information and considering how many views - nearly 9 million - we have had on this website, is it not ASTONISHING how these small but glaringly significant details about Savile are still secret?

The doctors and staff at the hospitals...

The co-workers outside of the BBC...

The co-workers, runners, cyclists, porters, wrestlers, tram drivers, miners, doormen and bodyguards, Taxi drivers, car-park attendants, parking meter maids, traffic wardens, health club and spa workers, bar personnel, British Rail staff, crew of State Liners etc etc etc

This man parked up where he liked, in any vehicle at any time. Travelled on Cruise Liner ships, first class rail, Rolls-Royces, Camper vans and caravans and in flash motors and Range Rovers.

Where are his lawyers? Who are his insurance agents? Who hides Savile information about his nine (at least 9) houses??? Who was Savile's own physician? Who declared him sane? Who at Broadmoor kept letting the fucker OUT????

Why are the press not actively seeking people and witnesses to help us fill in the gaps?

Why are we not seeing and hearing much much MUCH more from the police?
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@Nick68 As fate would have it, tonight I followed-up a question I asked almost ten months ago. It was regarding Vile's blood-type. Unfortunately my contact - close to Vile for purely professional reasons - told me "No, never found it. I know the man who would know but I think it is very, very unlikely he would give it to me as he was Savile's physician."

Frustrating that, because his blood group could nail him to the Yorkshire Ripper murders and maybe also to the Bible John ones.


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Old 12-07-2013, 10:19 PM   #71969
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Anyone see this?

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...py-centre.html

Children's unit to be moved to new location just metres away from paedophile therapy centre
Tavistock Children's Day Unit treats vulnerable children under 16
NHS Trust planning to relocate unit to rear of nearby Portman Clinic
One of the few places in the country to offer treatment for paedophiles
''It is tantamount to trying to treat alcoholics in a brewery,' therapist says
Hospital denies the new location will put children at risk
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Slice of the action: Roger Bodley, 65, is one of only three trustees of the charity. He bought a broad sword and ceremonial shield for a new charitable venture at Sir Jimmy's Scottish cottage.A charity bought a sword and shield (left) for £700 to decorate a Scottish retreat for the disabled

He said: 'We are hoping to put these items on the wall at his Glencoe cottage which we are going to convert into a kind of retreat for disabled people. It will be called Jimmy's at Glencoe.'
http://www.bucksherald.co.uk/news/wh...pener-1-605366
Bucks Herald - 15 May 2007

Wheelchair life is eye opener

TWO girls from Aylesbury High School spent 24 hours in a wheelchair as part of an experiment to raise awareness of what it is like to live with a spinal cord injury.

Alys and Megan Cook were the first to try a pilot project for the National Spinal Injuries Centre (NISC) at Stoke Mandeville Hospital which it is hoped will be repeated in other schools and businesses.

The two sisters, aged 15 and 16, got into their wheelchairs at the NISC and returned to their school for the remainder of the lunch break and afternoon lessons before going home.
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During the experiment, the girls had to sleep downstairs in their house and wheeled themselves to and from the shops in the village of Wendover where they live.
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Dr Roger Bodley, head of the wheelchair experiment said: "It was an extremely successful 24 hours. I think it showed the girls the challenges that people in a wheelchair face.
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https://www.duedil.com/director/9022...icholas-bodley

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About Dr Roger Nicholas Bodley

Dr Roger Nicholas Bodley was born in 1947 and the first directorship we have on file was in 1991 at Stoke Mandeville Hospital Education Centre Limited. Them most recent directorship was with Stoke Mandeville Hospital Education Centre Limited where they held the position of "Radiologist". This company has been around since 12 Apr 1972 .
https://www.duedil.com/director/9022.../directorships £££
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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/ukne...e-victims.html
Telegraph - 07 Oct 2012

Trustees for the Jimmy Savile Charitable Trust and Jimmy Savile Stoke Mandeville Hospital Charitable Trust are considering the change of identity worried that allegations about his behaviour will taint the organisations.

Dr Roger Bodley, a trustee of the Jimmy Savile Charitable Trust and Jimmy Savile Stoke Mandeville Hospital Charitable Trust, which between them have around £5m in reserves, said the moves would be discussed very shortly.
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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-20001588
BBC News - 23 October 2012
Jimmy Savile charities have no future, say trustees

However, after meeting on Monday, it was decided that they "could not see a future for either charity" because the organisations would "always be linked in the public's mind with the late Jimmy Savile".
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The Jimmy Savile Charitable Trust is primarily based in the Leeds area, although not all of its trustees - listed as Luke Lucas, Dr Roger Bodley and Lady Gabrielle Greenbury on the Charity Commission's website - still live there.
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However, the trustees have said they will not be publicly announcing which causes they money will go to.

The general charitable trust's latest accounts, filed with the Charity Commission in March of this year, show it has funds totalling £3.7m in 2011/12. It had an income of £132,546 and spent £43,866 in the same year.

The Stoke Mandeville charity has funds of £1.7m, according to the Charity Commission files.
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http://phab.org.uk/wp-content/upload...s-2011-12f.pdf

TRUSTEES REPORT AND CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
YEAR ENDED 31ST MARCH 2012



Working Name
Phap
Constitution
Phab Limited is a company limited by guarantee (no.1598587) incorporated in England and Wales on 19 November 1981 and a registered charity (no.283931)...
Objects
To promote and encourage people of all abilities to come together on equal terms to achieve complete inclusion within the wider community.
Patron
The Rt. Hon. The Earl of Snowden, GVCO
President Ed Stewart

Vice Presidents
Mrs Margaret Benson
Lord Boswell of Aynho
Robert Brook, CBE
Hon. James Butler
Richard Cooper
John B W Corless, OBE
Anthony Engel
Francis H G Farmer
Michael Fitt, OBE, MI Hort, DMS, MI Mgt.
Princess George Galitzine OBE
Ronald P Hancock, FBIBA, ACII

Rolf Harris, CBE, AM
Michael Hollingsworth, FRGS
Lady Jean Mackensie, CBE
Sir Bert Massie, CBE
Sir Gerard Peat, KCVO

Dave Prowse, MBE
Sir Cliff Richard, OBE
Sir Hugh Rossi
Sir John Smith, QPM
Ashley Stephenson, LVO, MI Hort.
John M Taylor

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Heartbeat Hike

The 2011 Heartbeat Hike with a Hawaiin theme was held in Hyde Park on Sunday 5 June with over 500 Phab club members attending from all parts of the country. Following the official opening by Ed Stewart, Phab's President, Phab members and supporters set off for the sponsored walk around the Serpentine in warm sunshine and Hawaiin costume. Later at the bandstand, there was an afternoon of outstanding musical acts and entertainment creating carnival atmosphere. The idea of the Heartbeat Hike began in 1978 when the late Jimmy Savile said, "Everyone's got a heartbeat even if they can't walk." A London event will not take place during 2012 due to the Queen's Jubilee and the Olympics but regional sponsored events will be supported by Phab centrally.
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Mobility Roadshow 2011, Petersborough...

Waterside Holiday Park, Weymouth
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Phab Inclusive Projects
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Inclusive Living Experiences were held for young people aged 9 and 16 at Bendrigg Lodge in the Lake District and Avon Tyrrell in the New Forest. These projects enable young people with a range of disabilities to spend a week together with their able bodied peers at an accessible centre and to be involved in a host of challenging activities...

A Skills for Independence project was held at Dukes Barn, Derbyshire designed for young people aged approximately 16-23. The outdoor activities include a spectacular ropes and assault course...

Phab again teamed up with the Jubilee Sailing Trust, sending a group with mixed abilities aged between 17 and 60 to join a crew of 40 on Tenaciouos, the largest of the wooden tall ships...
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Other Activities

Phab continues to act as an umbrella organization for the network of around 200 clubs in England and Wales...
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http://www.realwire.com/release_deta...ReleaseID=9632

Remploy Frontline Helps Charity-Fundraising Yachting Team Sail into First Place

The Journeymaker 5 Team Wins in the Name of Disabled Children across the UK

LONDON, 22 August 2008 Remploy Frontline's Marine Division announced today that the team of the JourneyMaker 5 won this year's Three Peaks Yacht Race. Remploy Frontline supported the team with a donation of life jackets. The Remploy parent organisation's Chris P Jones, Head of IT for Remploy's Enterprise IS division, skippered the team into first place.

In addition to sailing in extreme conditions in British waters, the Three Peaks Yacht Race also includes an excruciating endurance footrace. The JourneyMaker 5 team competed in the Race to raise money for the Bendrigg Trust, which provides enriching activity programmes and facilities for disabled children throughout Great Britain. The JourneyMaker 5 team have supported the Bendrigg Trust since they first started competing in the Race, bringing in over 50,000 since 2006 through a series of fundraising events and the Three Peaks Yacht Race. The Trust uses various activities to help children overcome their own personal challenges related to their disability. This coincides perfectly with Remploy and Remploy Frontline's own employment mission, according to Remploy Frontline Global Business Manager John Armstrong.
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Remploy is a factory for disabled employees. They make lifejackets for the Marines and most everyone else. Lots of interest from Margaret Hodge in Remploy

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/519265.stm
http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/sc...igated-1554074
http://www.thefreelibrary.com/Remploy+in+'waste'+row.-a060409231

http://books.google.com/books?id=iyG...0hodge&f=false

Q330 Chairman: I remember Margaret Hodge used to have responsibility for Remploy?
Mr Parry: Yes, she did.
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Remploy

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http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...=3004,4105347&
Evening Times - Aug 19, 1986
New club launch for factory

A disused factory for the disabled is to be relaunched next week - with a bottle of champagne.

The former Remploy factory at Anniesland in Glasgow has been converted to a showpiece leisure complex.

Around 1.5m has been spent by Glasgow-based Lanton Leisure to create the Cueball Flagship.

The company has a chain of leisure complexes from Aberdeen to Dumfries.

The West End club features saunas, jacuzzis, three bars, restaurants, gymnasium, 28 championship snooker tables, a series of executive suites, each with snooker table and a special swimming pool complete with wave machine.

The centre will be opened next Tuesday by Lord Provost Robert Gray.
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http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...g=6192,5684662
Evening Times - Aug 26, 1986
The waiter service is a splash hit
For eighteen-year-old Sandra "booked" her table in the pool of the new Cue Ball Flagship, a leisure centre opened today by Glasgow Lord Provost Robert Gray..
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http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...g=4680,6997957
The Glasgow Herald - Aug 29, 1986
Leisure centre for all the family
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http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...g=3452,2842308
Evening Times - Oct 10, 1987

HUNT FOR ATTACKER

Disco dancers may hold a vital clue for police who are hunting a brutal sex attacker.
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The woman, who is today at home recovering from her sex attack ordeal was dragged into Knightswood Park, Knightswood, Glasgow, after leaving a disco at the Cue Ball Flagship Club in Anniesland.
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http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...g=1665,2420380
The Glasgow Herald - Sep 13, 1984

The Scottish Peoples Marathon Glasgow
A personal plea from Lord Provost Robert Gray J.P.
Please consider running on behalf of the Lord Provost's Charities Fund
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http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...pg=6829,827674
Evening Times - Jul 4, 1990

Great Scottish Run

The City of Culture Great Scottish Run for Under-18s was launched earlier this week when Sir James Saville, that man of many marathons (including Glasgow's) pounced on youngsters being coached in athletics at Kelvin Hall to coax, cajole - even brow-beat - them into participating in the new event.
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Scottish_Run
Great Scottish Run

A Glasgow road-race began in 1979 as the Glasgow Marathon...

The third year dropped the qualifying standard and encouraged mass participation, with over 7,000 runners competing in the first Scottish People's Marathon. The race continued over this distance until 1988...
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http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...pg=6163,493069
The Glasgow Herald - Mar 2, 1988

Ladbroke selling Lanton Leisure

These include four centres - two in Glasgow, one in Aberdeen, and one in Paisley - trading under the name 'Cue Ball Flagship'...
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http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...ostcount=71980
Ladbroke - other connections

From 14 May 1999 to 23 February 2006, when it owned the Hilton hotel brand outside the United States, it was known as Hilton Group plc
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ladbrokes

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Former Today boss Eddy Shah cleared of schoolgirl rape

Mr Shah, 69, who founded the Today newspaper, denied six counts of rape. He had told the Old Bailey he had "never touched" the teenage girl.

Former escort Susan Davies, 53, of Swanley, Kent, was cleared of aiding and abetting rape, indecent assault and cruelty to a person under 16.

Anthony Pallant, 53, of West Malling, Kent, was cleared of raping the girl.

The jury cleared Mr Shah, of Chippenham, Wiltshire, after almost 18 hours of deliberations.

Ms Davies was cleared of forcing the complainant, now in her early 30s, to have threesomes with her and Mr Shah.

As the verdicts were read out, Mr Shah said "thank you" to the jury and appeared to fight back tears.

His wife, Jennifer White Shah, was present in court and wept after hearing that her husband had been cleared.

Speaking outside court Mr Shah, whose birth name is Selim Shah, said the case had been brought because of "cheap policing and cheap prosecution".

He called for a review of how rape cases are dealt with by police, saying: "Anybody walking down the street can point at a celebrity and say, 'He raped me'.

"I was brought to trial with no real evidence at all - all they had was the word of a girl and nothing was actually backed up.

"Having been through what I have just been through, I think they should look at what happens.

"They look at it subjectively, not objectively - they just take it to trial and I think that is very wrong, there should be some evidence."

The trial previously heard Mr Shah paid for sex with co-defendant Ms Davies, who was accused of procuring the girl.

Former escort Susan Davies, 53, was cleared of all charges

The offences were alleged to have happened when the girl was between the ages of 12 and 15.

Mr Shah maintained he met the girl twice in hotels while she was accompanied by Ms Davies but never had sex with her.

The jury heard Ms Davies describe how she had a relationship with Mr Shah for several years, but claimed that it never felt like she was working as a prostitute.

Mr Shah would pay her between £100 and £200 for sex and bought her gifts such as a Pierre Cardin watch, the court heard.

Ms Davies said Mr Shah was a "gentleman" and she had taken the girl twice to meet him because she thought he could have a positive influence on her life by talking to her.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-23291465
That's the thing about sexual assaults. One person's word against anothers, with no witesses to the actual act.

Here we do have an additional witness- one also in the dock with Shah, so she would say that wouldn't she.
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Tom O'Carroll at Cambridge University

Well, call me a masochist but I had a great time last week at Classifying Sex: Debating DSM-5, a two-day conference at Cambridge University. DSM, for the uninitiated, is the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders published by the American Psychiatric Association, routinely dubbed the bible of psychiatry, a description often criticised but one which captures the intensity of the religious warfare its various versions and interpretations provoke worldwide, not just in the United States. A quasi-religious aspect is evident, too, not just in the ferocity of debate but also in its labyrinthine theology: grasping what is at stake in all the rhetorical cut and thrust demands close attention to decades of scriptural exegesis since the first edition in 1952 up until the fifth edition launched in May this year. Hence the conference: nothing less than days of lectures from experts will suffice to get one’s head around it.

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Well, call me a masochist but I had a great time last week at Classifying Sex: Debating DSM-5, a two-day conference at Cambridge University. DSM, for the uninitiated, is the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders published by the American Psychiatric Association, routinely dubbed the bible of psychiatry, a description often criticised but one which captures the intensity of the religious warfare its various versions and interpretations provoke worldwide, not just in the United States. A quasi-religious aspect is evident, too, not just in the ferocity of debate but also in its labyrinthine theology: grasping what is at stake in all the rhetorical cut and thrust demands close attention to decades of scriptural exegesis since the first edition in 1952 up until the fifth edition launched in May this year. Hence the conference: nothing less than days of lectures from experts will suffice to get one’s head around it.

Source: http://tomocarroll.wordpress.com/

Classifying Sex: Debating DSM-5
Thursday, 4 July 2013 to Friday, 5 July 2013
Location: CRASSH, Alison Richard Building, 7 West Road, Cambridge CB3 9DT


KATHERINE ANGEL holds, from May 2013, a Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship at the Centre for the History of Emotions at Queen Mary, University of London, having held a Wellcome Trust Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Centre for the History of Medicine at Warwick University until then. Her PhD is from the History and Philosophy of Science Department at Cambridge University. Her current research (and monograph) is on 'Female Sexual Dysfunction', and she has recently published a work of literary non-fiction entitled *Unmastered: A Book On Desire, Most Difficult To Tell *(Penguin/Allen Lane; Farrar, Straus & Giroux; Klett-Cotta/Tropen; De Bezige Bij). She also co-edited (with Michael Neve and Edgar Jones) *European Psychiatry on the Eve of War, *and has been published in *History of the Human Sciences*; *Biosocieties, Current Opinion in Psychiatry*; *New Statesman*, *Prospect*, and the Independent*.

PATRICIA CRITTENDEN is Director of the Family Relations Institute, Miami. She studied under Mary D. Ainsworth and John Bowlby. Among her awards and recognitions is a career achievement award from the European Family Therapy Association in 2004. Her works include Raising Parents (2008) and Assessing Adult Attachment (2011). She has served on the Facilities of Psychology at the Universities of Virginia and Miami and has held visiting Professorships at the Universities of Helsinki and Bologna.

ZOWIE DAVY is a senior lecturer at the Lincoln School of Health and Social Care, University of Lincoln, UK. Zowie’s work involves conducting critical qualitative research on quality improvement and patient centered healthcare. She has worked extensively on transgender medicolegal frameworks in relation to embodiment. Zowie has published a number of articles and chapters about transgender embodiment and recently had a monograph published entitled Recognizing Transsexuals: Personal, Political and Medicolegal Embodiment, which won the 2012 British Sociological Association’s Philip Abrams’ prized for best sole authored book. She has also co-edited Bound and Unbound: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Genders and Sexualities. At present she is conducting research about the facilitators and barriers to including LGBT curricula content for medical, health and social care students in higher education.

LISA DOWNING is Professor of French Discourses of Sexuality at the University of Birmingham, UK. She has written widely on the history and politics of sexuality, especially the "Perversion"/ "Paraphilia" diagnosis. Relevant titles include Desiring the Dead: Necrophilia and Nineteenth-Century French literature (Oxford EHRC, 2003), Perversion: Psychoanalytic Perspectives/ Perspectives on Psychoanalysis (co-edited with Dany Nobus, Karnac Books, 2007); The Cambridge Introduction to Michel Foucault (CUP, 2008), and The Subject of Murder: Gender, Exceptionality and the Modern Killer (Chicago University Press, 2013). Most recently she has co-authored with Iain Morland and Nikki Sullivan a book on the work of late sexologist John Money (focusing in her chapters on paraphilia). Fuckology: Essays on John Money's Diagnostic Concepts will appear with Chicago University Press in 2014.

ROBBIE DUSCHINSKY is Senior Lecturer in Social Science for Social Work at Northumbria University. He is the editor of two forthcoming books for Palgrave on sexuality and power dynamics in the family. He has published in major journals across a variety of disciplines such as the Journal of Social Policy, Sociology, and Philosophy. He is currently engaged in research on social work interventions.

ÉRIC FASSIN is a Professor of sociology in the Political Science Department and the Gender Studies program at Paris 8 University. He is affiliated with the research center IRIS (CNRS / EHESS). His work focuses on contemporary sexual and racial politics in France and the United States in a comparative perspective and their intersections (in particular concerning immigration in Europe). He is frequently involved in the French public debates on issues his work addresses. He is co-author (with the collective Cette France-là) of four volumes on French immigration policies (2008-2012), and co-editor (with Judith Surkis) of the dossier “The Sexual Boundaries of Europe”, Public Culture, 22:3, fall 2010. Recent books include: Le sexe politique (2009), Démocratie précaire (2012).

ALAIN GIAMI PhD is a social psychologist and is currently Director of Research (Research Professor) at INSERM (French National Institute of Health and Medical Research) where he coordinates a multi-disciplinary social sciences group of researchers studying sexual health and the medicalization of sexuality. He has just been finishing an international project on sexology in Latin America and started a comparative project (Brazil – France - Italy) on "trans" identities, sexuality and access to psycho-medical care. His work is mostly about a critique of social, psychological and medical categories regarding sexuality and, on the other side, he works, qualitatively, with subjectivities confronted to sexual issues. Recent publications include (with Jane Russo) (2013).The diversity of sexologies in Latin America: emergence, development and diversification. International Journal of Sexual Health, in press; (with P. Moulin & E. Moreau, E. (2013). La place de la sexualité dans le travail infirmier: l'érotisation de la relation de soins. Sociologie du Travail, in prep;Giami, A., & Perrey, C. (2012). Transformations in the Medicalization of Sex: HIV Prevention from Discipline to Biopolitics. Journal of Sex Research, 49, 353–361;Giami, A. (2012). The social and professional diversity of sexology and sex-therapy in Europe. In K. Hall, & C. Graham (Eds.), The Cultural Context of Sexual Pleasure and Problems: Psychotherapy with Diverse Clients. pp. 375-393). London: Routledge; Giami, A., & Le Bail, J. (2011). HIV infection and STI in the trans population: A critical review. Revue d'Epidémiologie et Santé Publique, 59, 259–268 ;Giami, A., Beaubatie, E., & Le Bail, J. (2011). Caractéristiques socio-démographiques, identifications de genre, parcours de transition médico-psychologiques et VIH/sida dans la population trans. Premiers résultats d’une enquête menée en France, 2010. Bulletin Epidémiologique Hebdomadaire, 433-437 ; Giami, A. (2011). Identifier et classifier les trans : entre psychiatrie, épidémiologie et associations d’usagers. L'Information Psychiatrique, 87, 269-277.

SIMON GOLDHILL is Professor in Greek Literature and Culture, Fellow and Director of Studies in Classics at King’s College, and the current Director of CRASSH. Professor Simon Goldhill is Professor in Greek Literature and Culture and Fellow and Director of Studies in Classics at King's College. His books include Language Sexuality Narrative: the Oresteia; Reading Greek Tragedy; Foucault's Virginity; and Love, Sex and Tragedy.

CYNTHIA GRAHAM is currently a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Psychology at the University of Southampton and a Research Fellow at the Kinsey Institute and the Rural Center for AIDS/STD Prevention, Indiana University. Dr. Graham’s research interests focus on: (1) the behavioral effects of hormonal contraceptives; (2) the relevance of sexual excitation and sexual inhibition to sexual health; (3) sexual problems; and (4) condom use errors and problems. She is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Sex Research, Past-President of the International Academy of Sex Research, and a member of the DSM-5 Workgroup for Sexual and Gender Identity Disorders.

MONICA GRECO is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Sociology at Goldsmiths, University of London. She has a long standing interest in the history of psychosomatic medicine and in problems of classification and nomenclature specific to that field. Monica is the author of Illness as a Work of Thought – A Foucauldian Perspective on Psychosomatics (Routledge, 1998), and of articles on different aspects of psychosomatics, medical humanities, and vitalism.

CYNTHIA KRAUS, philosopher, is Senior Lecturer at the Institute of Social Sciences, University of Lausanne, Switzerland. Her research areas include gender & sexuality studies, and science & medicine studies, with special interest for the intersections and tensions between scientific knowledge production, clinical practice, discourses and actions from medicalized people, as well as for the critical and normative tasks of the social sciences & the humanities in societal debates. Publications: Kraus, C. Forthcoming April 2013. Hypospadias surgery in a West African context: The surgical (re-)construction of what? Feminist Theory 14(1) ; Kraus, C. 2012. Linking neuroscience, medicine, gender and society through controversy and conflict analysis: A "dissensus framework" for feminist/queer brain science studies. In Bluhm, R., A. Jacobsen, and H. Maibom, Eds. Neurofeminism: Issues at the Intersection of Feminist Theory and Cognitive Science (New Directions in Philosophy and Cognitive Science). Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 193-215; 2012. Critical studies of the sexed brain: a critique of what and for whom? Neuroethics 5(3): 247-259; 2011. Am I My Brain or My Genitals? A Nature-Culture; Controversy in the Hermaphrodite Debate from the Mid-1960s to the Late 1990s. Gesnerus. Swiss Journal for the History of Medicine and Sciences 68(1): 80-106.

MEHREEN MIRZA is a senior lecturer in sociology at the University of Worcester. Her main research and teaching interests are in the fields of gender, 'race'/ethnicity, education (especially higher education) and qualitative methodology. She has recently co-edited a collection on Teaching Gender and Sexualities in the Twenty-first Century published by C-SAP (the Higher Education Academy's Subject Centre for Sociology, Anthropology & Politics). Mehreen is currently the convenor of the British Sociological Association's Sexual Division Study Group, and was, until recently, the convenor of the Gender and Sexualities Special Interest Group for C-SAP.

VÉRONIQUE MOTTIER is Director of Studies and Fellow in Social and Political Sciences at Jesus College, Cambridge. She also holds a part-time Professorship in Sociology at the University of Lausanne, where she is the current director of the Laboratoire de Sociologie (until Sept. 2013). She has served as Associate Editor of the Journal Feminist Theory, and on the national Expert Committee on Social Exclusion of the Swiss National Science Foundation. Her research interests centre on gender, sexuality, comparative histories of eugenic policy-making, and discourse theory and analysis. Her books include French Social Theory (Polity Press, forthcoming), Sexuality (Sterling, 2010), Sexuality: A Very Short Introduction (Oxford University Press, 2008), and the co-edited Feminist Politics of Reproduction (Sage, 2009), Pflege, Stigmatisierung und Eugenik (Seismo, 2007), Genre et politique (Gallimard, 2000), and Politics of Sexuality (Routledge, 1998).

PATRICK SINGY earned his PhD in history and philosophy of science from the University of Chicago. He is currently adjunct professor at Union College in Schenectady, New York. He has written essays on a variety of topics, including the DSM and the paraphilias, eighteenth-century masturbation, scientific observation in the Enlightenment, and Michel Foucault. He is currently working on a book tentatively entitled Sadism at the Limits: Sex, Violence, and the Historical Boundaries of Sexuality."

JEFFREY WEEKS is Emeritus Professor of Sociology at London South Bank University (LSBU). He is the author of over twenty books, and more than 100 articles and papers, chiefly on the history and social organisation of sexuality, family and intimate life. His books include Same Sex Intimacies (with Brian Heaphy and Catherine Donovan, 2001), The World We Have Won: The Remaking of Erotic and Intimate Life (2007), Sexualities, 3rd edition (2009) and The Languages of Sexuality (2011). A new, revised edition of Sex, Politics and Society (1981) was published in 2012.

EMMA WILSON is Professor of French Literature and the Visual Arts at the University of Cambridge and Course Director of the MPhil in Screen Media and Cultures. Her most recent book is Love, Mortality and the Moving Image (Palgrave Macmillan 2012).

KEN ZUCKER is the Head of the Gender Identity Service for children and adolescents at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in Toronto, where he is also Psychologist-in-Chief. He is a Professor in the Department of Psychiatry of the University of Toronto. His clinical and research interests pertain to psychosexual differentiation and its disorders. He was the Chair of the DSM-5 Work Group on Sexual and Gender Identity Disorders. He also served as a committee member for the DSM-III-R, DSM-IV, and DSM-IV-TR. Since 2002, he has been Editor of the Archives of Sexual Behavior and is a Past President of the International Academy of Sex Research. He was the subject of a memorable essay by Jemma Tosh, published in the Psychology of Women Section Review (Spring 2011) of The British Psychological Society, entitled 'Zuck Off'! Publications include: On the "natural history" of gender identity disorder in children [Editorial]. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 2008, 47, 1361-1363; Children with gender identity disorder: Is there a best practice? [Enfants avec troubles de l'identité sexuée: y-a-t-il une pratique la meilleure?]. Neuropsychiatrie de l'Enfance et de l'Adolescence, 2008, 56, 358-36;The DSM diagnostic criteria for gender identity disorder in children. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2010, 39, 477-498 ; (with Bradley, S. J., Owen-Anderson, A., Singh, D., Blanchard, R., and Bain, J. Puberty-blocking hormonal therapy for adolescents with gender identity disorder: A descriptive clinical study. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Mental Health, 2011, 15, 58-82; (with Wood, H., Singh, D., and Bradley, S. J.) A developmental, biopsychosocial model for the treatment of children with gender identity disorder. Journal of Homosexuality, 2012, 59, 369-397.


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http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/106975775
The Canberra Times - Thursday 7 September 1967

Guards in vice inquiry
LONDON, Wednesday (AAP). - Police are investigating a "vice ring" allegedly involving the Queen's Palace Guards and men prominent in politics and the entertainment world, United Press International reported yesterday.

The London Evening News said soldiers of the Household Cavalry and the Guards alleged that homosexual incidents often took place before an audience, which included well known public figures.

The soldiers reportedly were paid to take part in orgies at which perverted theatrical presentations took place.

A baronet, a London playboy, a former Soho night club owner and "a man whose name is a household word in parliamentary affairs" had been mentioned in the case, said the newspaper.


http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/106975961
The Canberra Times - Friday 8 September 1967

ARMY STATEMENT
LONDON, Thursday (AAP). - Two British Army women employed at the Defence Ministry have made voluntary statements admitting they were involved in lesbian practices among servicewomen stationed in London, Command Headquarters said yesterday.

The Army's Special Investigation Branch recently made inquiries among the 200 members of the Womens Royal Army Corps stationed at Mill Hill Barracks, in North London, following complaints about abnormal practices.

Meanwhile, Scotland Yard continued its investigation into parties in London's Mayfair and Chelsea districts and at a country mansion at which members of the Queen's Palace Guard were said to have been involved in homosexual orgies.
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http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/107035562
The Canberra Times - Wednesday 6 December 1967

POLICE REPORT
'Corruption of soldiers' claim


LONDON, Tuesday (AAP-Reuter). — The Director of Public Prosecutions is considering criminal charges in connection with allegations that young soldiers were corrupted it high-society homosexual parties.

The Attorney-General Sir Elwyn Jones, confirmed in Parliament yesterday that the director had received a police report on investigations into the allegations and was considering whether criminal proceedings should be taken.

A Conservative MP, Sir Cyril Osborne, asked Sir Elwyn to do his utmost to clear up the affair speedily since a newspaper report today alleged it "touches the honour of a member of this House".

The Daily Mail news paper said Scotland Yard's Vice-Squad had made a detailed report on the homosexual activities of a prominent Labour MP. Scotland Yard declined to comment.

The soldiers are said to be from the elite guards regiments which perform ceremonial duties such as guarding Buckingham Palace.

Men from the Welsh Guards and Household Cavalry were allegedly attracted to homosexual parties in luxury London flats and big country houses by a well-to-do vice ring.

Homosexual acts between consenting male adults in private are now legal in Britain, following an amendment to the Sexual Offences Act last July.

Homosexual acts are still an offence in the Army, however.
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http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/107050734
The Canberra Times - Wednesday 8 May 1968
Indecent acts by guardsmen
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Soldiers/Buckingham Palace/prominent Labour MP/luxury flats/country homes/elite gay sex ring...

Sound familiar, no not 1982.


1967

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The Canberra Times - Tuesday 30 August 1977

BRITAIN
Sex with children discussed

LONDON, Monday (AAP). - A meeting by homosexuals to discuss paedophilia, the sexual attraction of adults toward young children, went ahead last night after a ban on the original venue by a hotel manager, the Press Association reports.

Members of the Campaign for Homosexual Equality, who are holding a conference in Nottingham, wanted to stage a workshop on paedophilia at the city's Albany Hotel.

But the general manager, Mr Eric Smith, banned the meeting after his staff protested.

About 70 people attended the workshop at the new venue, the People's Centre, to hear professional experiences concerning paedophilia of a Dutch lawyer and Member of Parliament, Dr Edward Brongersma.

In Holland the age of consent for homosexual acts is 16, compared with 21 in Britain.

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The Canberra Times - Monday 22 September 1975

Indecency conviction

LONDON, Sunday, (AAP).- In London high society Mr Charles Horn by had many admirers.

The tall, dark-haired, good-looking part-time country squire circulated among the Mayfair cocktail set and often entertained Prince Charles at dinner.

But underneath the Eton education and flashy, exuberant personality of the former Lancers officer was a depraved man who helped run a large-scale "call-boy" vice racket.

Last week, after a three months Old Bailey Trial, 33-year-old Mr Hornby was convicted of having conspired to procure acts of gross indecency by males
under 21, committing acts of gross indecency and at tempting to pervert justice.

Mr Hornby, an underwriter with Lloyd's of London pleaded guilty to all charges and, with four other men, will be sentenced tomorrow.

Mr Hornby led what appeared to be a glamourous life between his London town house and his country estate near the Welsh border.

Always with him were his beautiful wife, former debutante Amanda Fitzwilliam Hyde, and their three children.

But away from all this, Mr Hornby's other life was centred around a seamy amusement arcade in London's Piccadilly Circus, described last week by a city councillor as a "neon-lit slum".

The Old Bailey trial was told that Mr Hornby was a valued customer of vice dealers who picked up young runaways at the arcade with offers of money, meals and shelter and then lured them into homosexual prostitution.
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http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/110659303
The Canberra Times - Tuesday 30 August 1977

Indecency conviction

LONDON, Sunday, (AAP).- In London high society Mr Charles Horn by had many admirers.

The tall, dark-haired, good-looking part-time country squire circulated among the Mayfair cocktail set and often entertained Prince Charles at dinner.

But underneath the Eton education and flashy, exuberant personality of the former Lancers officer was a depraved man who helped run a large-scale "call-boy" vice racket.

Last week, after a three months Old Bailey Trial, 33-year-old Mr Hornby was convicted of having conspired to procure acts of gross indecency by males
under 21, committing acts of gross indecency and at tempting to pervert justice.

Mr Hornby, an underwriter with Lloyd's of London pleaded guilty to all
charges and, with four other men, will be sentenced tomorrow.


Mr Hornby led what appeared to be a glamourous life between his London town house and his country estate near the Welsh border.

Always with him were his beautiful wife, former debutante Amanda Fitzwilliam Hyde, and their three children.

But away from all this, Mr Hornby's other life was centred around a seamy amusement arcade in London's Piccadilly Circus, described last week by a city councillor as a "neon-lit slum".

The Old Bailey trial was told that Mr Hornby was a valued customer of vice dealers who picked up young runaways at the arcade with offers of money, meals and shelter and then lured them into homosexual prostitution.
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Oh that's interesting. Good find.

There doesn't seem to be very much at all about this, except for reports outside of the UK.

Here's another below. His father was a chairman of WH Smiths. I wonder who the others were who were also convicted.

http://news.google.com/newspapers?ni...g=4638,2085303


Edit; Thought his father ws Sir Simon Hornby, but it says below that he had no children (and reading this obit it perhaps hints as to why)

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/obit...on-Hornby.html

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Oh that's interesting. Good find.

There doesn't seem to be very much at all about this, except for reports outside of the UK.

Here's another below. His father was Sir Simon Horby, chairman of WH Smiths. I wonde who the others were who were also convicted.

http://news.google.com/newspapers?ni...g=4638,2085303


http://www.thepeerage.com/p41252.htm


I think this might be his father. PEERAGE! figures.

http://thepeerage.com/p24034.htm

Charles Nicholas Hornby
M, #240337, b. 17 May 1939
Last Edited=23 Jul 2007

Charles Nicholas Hornby was born on 17 May 1939. He is the son of Michael Charles St. John Hornby and Nicolette Joan Ward.
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https://www.duedil.com/director/9014...icholas-hornby

Mr Charles Nicholas Hornby is British and was born in 1939. The first directorship we have on file for him was in 1991 at Redcope Limited. Him newest directorship was with Barnhodge Limited where he held the position of "Nurseryman". The company was established 08 Jun 1978 .

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