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Old 11-04-2013, 02:13 PM   #61721
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Book launch of Sir Jimmy Savile's authorised biography
11th June 2012 @ 12:00 - 11th June 2012 @ 15:00

City Square, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS1, UK


he original Jim'll Fix It chair will be star guest at the book launch of Sir Jimmy Savile's authorised biography.

The public is welcome from 12 noon on Monday June 11, at the Queen's Hotel, Leeds, where the star lay in state before his funeral last November.

They can meet friends and family of the Leeds born star and author of the book Yorkshire Evening Post journalist Alison Bellamy will also attend along with Jim'll Fix It producer Roger Ordish and other special guests.
The book How's About That, Then? The Authorised biography of Jimmy Savile, charts the star's 84 years from cradle to grave. It is out June 11.

The book launch event is helping to carry on Sir Jimmy's fundraising work as books sold on the day will support two local charities, Bethany's Smile and Little Sisters of the Poor in Headingley.
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Old 11-04-2013, 02:54 PM   #61722
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http://m.guardian.co.uk/uk/2013/mar/...ure-unofficial

Police blogger, inspector gadget deletes his posts going back to 2006


Sandra Laville, crime correspondent

One of the best-known anonymous police bloggers and tweeters has ceased writing after seven years of providing a sometimes irreverent officer's eye view of the world of policing – at a time when officers who blog or tweet unofficially are coming under increasing pressure to give up their activities.

Inspector Gadget, whose blog recorded more than 12m hits, unexpectedly tweeted on Monday that he was "going state 11" – off duty – and has since deleted postings dating back to 2006, many of which attacked the sometimes farcical bureaucracy he believes is strangling the police service. The last posting on Gadget's blog before all posts were deleted read: "This jobs is f...d".

Those close to the blogger say he has grown frustrated at the cuts to the police service and feels he is unable to enact any change through his writing. It is not known whether he has been directly warned off by senior officers in his force but he quits the medium at a time when those officers who are tweeting under pseudonyms say they are being intimidated off social media by their bosses.

In the seven years he was active online Gadget, who has never been publicly identified, has been dismissed by the then police minister Nick Herbert as "silly", and written a memoir. He began his blog after attending a training seminar which he said was "60 mind-numbing minutes of complete nonsense" but his blog site is now unavailable and he is no longer tweeting.

Official police tweeters – those who are accredited by their forces to tweet – number around 1,200, but there are hundreds of officers around the country who tweet unofficially and it is they who are being targeted, according to officers who spoke to the Guardian.

At least two other well-known police tweeters have indicated this week that they are planning to close down their accounts. One told the Guardian he would be investigated for gross misconduct by the professional standards department at his force if he was identified and he did not want to put his family in that situation.

"It's a massive shame," he said. "But I don't want to risk my job over something I think is good thing for the public but others don't."

Gadget earned opprobrium in some quarters for his comments on Alfie Meadows, the London student who underwent brain surgery after being struck apparently by a police baton during the student fees protest of December 2010.

In one post Gadget talked disparagingly of Meadows being hit by "friendly fire" – a block of concrete throw by another protester . Meadows was last week acquitted by a jury at of violent disorder during the protest. The IPCC inquiry into his complaint against the police is near its completion, it is understood.

A second leading police tweeter has also been identified by his force and given words of advice – the lowest form of disciplinary sanction – and told to stop writing under his pseudonym but instead to transfer his skills to helping community teams operate their approved Twitter accounts.

However, some believe the unofficial tweets provide the public with a grassroots view of policing which is good for the service. Mike Pannett, a former officer and now a commentator on policing, said: "There is huge pressure at the moment on anonymous police bloggers to identify themselves. Accounts are being closed down.

"Senior officers want to put a stop to them and there is some effort going into identifying them. Senior officers want to have control over what's said on social media and those officers who blog anonymously are having to be very, very careful.

"The feedback from the public to these anonymous bloggers is very good. It is a revelation to them what officers deal with every day and what goes on in the police and I think it gives an insight into real policing and is something that should be embraced by the service."

The Association of Chief Police officers recently issued new guidance on the use of social media. The guidance said that while the medium offered many benefits including more effective communication with communities, more informed consultation and local engagement there were risks. These included risks to personal and organisational security or reputations.

The guidance warns officers from using social media from "personal mobile devices" while working and not to make "adverse comment regarding the police force, colleagues or senior managers or the police service in general" via social media.

Officers who tweet anonymously are also being investigated by professional standards departments over whether they have created dissatisfaction with the police service through their posts – which have not been cleared by corporate communications departments. Pannett said those with genuine concerns about the police service, who used social media as a form of whistleblowing, now felt they had nowhere to turn in the wake of a clampdown on police-press relations in the wake of the Leveson inquiry.

"Leveson made it clear that officers don't trust the internal mechanisms in their forces for raising concerns, but he also frightened them from going to a journalist," Pannett said. "They have nowhere to go and social media was an opening for them to raise issues of concern about the cuts to the service and about their worries about what protection to the public they can offer."

Another tactic being employed by forces to deter anonymous bloggers and tweeters, it is understood, is a requirement for officers to identify any social media usernames and in some cases passwords for vetting purposes if they ever apply for transfers internally within their forces. One police tweeter told the Guardian: "If you don't give them the name then you are lying and have committed an offence. If you do they will be able to put pressure on you to close it down, and you certainly won't get the transfer you wanted."

Earlier this month a meeting at the Home Office was called by Gordon Scobie, the Association of Chief Police Officers lead on social media, and Nick Keane, of the College of Policing, to discuss safety when online.

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Old 11-04-2013, 03:20 PM   #61723
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Capt'n Nicks' background:


Cap'n Nicks wife's background:


Finally a picture of Greek man who looks an awful lot like Cap'n Nick, only he's a Greek Orthodox Priest.


Back in the 70's I seem to remember everyone who was anyone had a Greek shipping billionaire or their flunky cousin nephew uncle in tow. In 1975 Leida Costigan insisted to Dorothy Purdew it was "the Arabs" who had all the money, to others it was the Greeks. With Onassis at their head the Greeks and their tankers of dosh became the source of salvation to many. Their next meal ticket and their next Rolls Royce or apartment in Monaco.

Monaco - Speaking of which in 2002 and less than six months after the McAlpine Malpas wedding McAlpine sold the small flat he'd bought in All Saints Road Notting Hill for just £210000. When asked why he'd decided to part with his bijou London pied a terre McAlpine as he said he had no need of it. McAlpine added that he and his new wife now spent nearly all their time in Monaco. When in the UK he said he would in future stay at his mother in laws house.

In the same news report The Evening Standard a little unkindly described McAlpine's new multimillionaire wife Athena as "stunning".

Athena's first name is taken from Cap'n Nicks wife's mother. It was her first name too. Only it was always spelt Athina and not Athena. Just my opinion but she still looks Indian to me and not Greek.
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Old 11-04-2013, 03:36 PM   #61724
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Oooohh that should join the dots back to royalty then
Take a look at this charities big wigs

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Old 11-04-2013, 04:07 PM   #61725
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Why a dangerous police chief ban on announcing arrests will be an own goal for justice


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Old 11-04-2013, 04:13 PM   #61726
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INDEX TO THE BILLIONAIRES
http://money.cnn.com/magazines/fortu...2456/index.htm

From lisy of billionaires...
Goldsmith, Sir James 116 Goulandris, Leonidas 128 Goulandris, Vasilios


McAlpine married up...much much younger. attractive and a billionaire. He sure isn't good looking; he must have a fantastic personality to attract Athina - and the marriage has lasted too!

The Goulandris Family and the Goldsmith family are connected. That's where McAlpine and she met up - through their mutual Goldsmith connections.

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Old 11-04-2013, 04:35 PM   #61727
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Cover-up bid in vice scandal

One man who spent several week living there, telephonist Richard Hayman, 35, said "There were two little boys being used as child prostitutes"
The owners were keen to get more boys in. They were very popular with some clients.
It made me sick.



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Old 11-04-2013, 04:37 PM   #61728
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Athina & Mcalpine both supported Goldsmith




Sir James Michael "Jimmy" Goldsmith (26 February 1933 – 18 July 1997) was an Anglo-French billionaire financier and tycoon.[1] Towards the end of his life, he became a magazine publisher and a politician. In 1994, he was elected to represent France as a Member of the European Parliament and he subsequently founded the short-lived eurosceptic Referendum Party in the United Kingdom. He was known for his many romantic relationships and for the various children he fathered with his wives and many girlfriends. Goldsmith was the inspiration for the character of the corporate raider Sir Larry Wildman in Oliver Stone's Wall Street.[2] On his death, Tony Blair stated: "He was an extraordinary character and though I didn't always agree with his political views, obviously, he was an amazing and interesting, fascinating man." Margaret Thatcher stated: "Jimmy Goldsmith was one of the most powerful and dynamic personalities that this generation has seen

http://www.princess-diana.com/diana/...0353&archive=&

Was Sir James Goldsmith the father of Princess Diana?
Richard Ingrams' Week: Was Sir James Goldsmith the father of Princess Diana? I was familiar with the rumour but recently what we journalists call a normally reliable source told me that it was a distinct possibility. Goldsmith had certainly been intimate with Mrs Shand Kydd and the dates all fitted. So why not?

Last week for the first time Goldsmith's daughter Jemima, who bears a distinct likeness to her friend Diana, published for the first time some thoughts about her father, the late financier.

But we learned little that was new. Much of the article was taken up with the story of her grandfather, who had been a victim of anti-German feeling during the First World War. But to Goldsmith anoraks like myself it was all familiar stuff.

Jemima would like to think that her father, like her grandfather, was a victim – possibly of anti-Semitism. But it is a hard charge to make stick. Goldsmith was unpopular for the simple reason that he was not a very nice person.

When he died, The Guardian, perhaps rashly, invited me to write his obituary. I thought it only fair to the deceased that I should try to find something good to say about him. But it proved an impossible task.

In deference, however, to Goldsmith I made no mention of his sexual activities which were considerable and varied. Little is now gained from raking over such matters. But if they might have a bearing on the future of the Royal Family, then perhaps there should be a proper inquiry and possibly even DNA testing.
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Old 11-04-2013, 04:47 PM   #61729
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The problem with Alice (McAlpine), although it could be seen he was heading for greener pastures, was that he could never settle down for long enough. He was buying Moroccan savouries from dodgy fellows in long white dresses one minute, worrying sheep in northern Western Australia the next. There is a saying that a new Broome sweeps clean and that is what he did with whole flocks of ewes on those god forsaken fringes of the Great Sandy Desert.

His forays into foreign parts and not always foreign, as some were tory toffs from finishing schools all round the country, were legendary and had to be covered by smoke screens. A succession of tartlets, with exotic names like Romilly and Athena, would sign up to a marriage licence for a number of years and then go their merry way, overloaded with dosh from his tax free capers. Athena by the way is a distant cousin of mine, from the Cholmondley Malpi branch and believe you me we were glad to off load her. Even though she was 30 years his junior she had been round the block a few times but I have to say she was a gay old filly and well worth a few seconds of Alice’s time. Athena had been born in Amiens Street in Dublin in the early 1970s to an ill conceived union between an out of work donner kebab chef and an unlucky longshoreman of a woman. She had a rowing boat that dealt in contraband and during a crossing to North Wales one day, the boat and her sank has she tried to smuggle in tampered lamb from Anglesey. Athena needed a mother figure and that is why she jumped at the chance with Alice.

Now you know some of what I have just written is rubbish, a bit of a joke. I did it to create a smoke screen to what really happened. Just like Alistair and Andrew, the BBC and ITV, Phillip Scholfield and Cameroony are doing with these stunts on television. No money passes hands, it is just that minds are diverted from the truth we are after, to fiddle-de-dee rubbish that we see and hear. The powers need these diversions badly as we seekers draw ever closer to the door of truth.


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Would not want him frying my sausages.
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http://www.chrisspivey.co.uk/?p=10915

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Old 11-04-2013, 06:16 PM   #61731
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Was Sir James Goldsmith the father of Princess Diana?

Last week for the first time Goldsmith's daughter Jemima, who bears a distinct likeness to her friend Diana, published for the first time some thoughts about her father, the late financier.

In deference, however, to Goldsmith I made no mention of his sexual activities which were considerable and varied. Little is now gained from raking over such matters. But if they might have a bearing on the future of the Royal Family, then perhaps there should be a proper inquiry and possibly even DNA testing.
Was he the father of Athina/Athena- who - like Diana - bears a (nasal) resemblance to Jemima?
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Old 11-04-2013, 06:20 PM   #61732
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http://aangirfan.blogspot.co.uk/2012...ders-deep.html

4. Angus James Wilson was the co-founder of Scallywag Magazine, together with his half brother Simon Regan.

Angus told Simon "that he had been supplied with compromising pictures of ...."


The photos were of a top cabinet minister, alleged to be linked to the Welsh child abuse scandal.

Reportedly, in 1996, Angus took the photos to Northern Cyprus to show to Asil Nadir.



Almost immediately afterwords, Angus died in a car crash in Cyprus (September 1996.)

Someone "took all Angus's possessions into his own custody, presumably with the photographs."

Angus James Wilson died in 1996 and Simon Regan died around 2000.
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Old 11-04-2013, 06:37 PM   #61733
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Was he the father of Athina/Athena- who - like Diana - bears a (nasal) resemblance to Jemima?

http://www.helpfreetheearth.com/img/GoldsmithdiZac.jpg





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A Jewish King And Queen Of England? It's PossiblePosted: 06/17/11 09:35 AM ET

according to an Orthodox Sephardic Rabbi in Israel, both parents of Kate's mother were Jewish. So the question of Jew or not a Jew for Kate is still open.

But wait, the plot thickens. Could Princess Diana, William's mother, have been Jewish? One source maintains that Princess Diana's mother, Frances Shand Kydd, was Jewish -- born Frances Ruth Burke Roche, a Rothschild.

If factual, that would be sufficient for Princess Diana to be certified Jewish, as well as her son, William, the future King of England. Another investigation of ancestry details a strong Davidic connection for Frances and her descendents

Other intriguing bits of "evidence" and speculation have been cited in the London Daily Mail, which quotes sources that claim that Diana was conceived during her mother's affair with the Jewish banker tycoon Sir James Goldsmith (originally Goldschmidt and no apparent relationship to Carole Goldsmith). The report says that Frances was estranged from her husband, Earl Spencer (Viscount Althorp), and had an affair with Sir James Goldsmith just at the time that Diana was conceived. Strengthening the case, a report points to striking resemblances between Princess Diana and Sir James Goldsmith's other three children, Zak, Ben and Jemima Goldsmith.

If these tidings are true then Diana would be thoroughly Jewish with a Jewish mother (Frances Ruth Burke Roche aka Rothschild) and a Jewish father (Sir James Goldsmith). In turn William, the future King of England, would have deep Jewish roots.
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Old 11-04-2013, 06:37 PM   #61734
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Was he the father of Athina/Athena- who - like Diana - bears a (nasal) resemblance to Jemima?
This photo is of Isabelle and Jemima Goldsmith not Athina
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I was intrigued to learn that the future princess' mother was born Carole Goldsmith.




Kate's uncle Tattooed: Gary Goldsmith and a friend enjoy lunch in the sunshine which enables him to air his tattoos
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This photo is of Isabelle and Jemima Goldsmith not Athina
I still think that Athina and Isabelle - darker complexions/hair - are similar. Nose, wide mouth, eyes.
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More on McAlpine's donor Asil-Nadir (receiver of Scallywag docs)

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...n-Britain.html


Why fugitive Asil Nadir (and the wife 43 years his junior) will do ANYTHING to return to Britain


Defiant: Asil Nadir, 69, with his wife Nur, 26, in their northern Cyprus exile

The multinational company that dealt in everything from fruit to fashion was one of the biggest City success stories of the 1980s, delivering returns to shareholders of up to 1,000 times their original investment.
Nadir was a close friend of the Tory party, donating a total of £440,000 to them. Might the party's return to power change things?

As its boss, Nadir revelled in his success. There were luxury properties in London, Leicestershire and Rutland, an island in the Aegean, a dozen racehorses and a series of romantic liaisons with a stable of beautiful, younger women.

With wealth came influence.

Nadir was a major Tory party donor, a frequent guest at 10 Downing Street, and rubbed shoulders with Royals.
Nadir was charged with 66 counts of theft totalling £150 million, later reduced to £34million. But in 1993, months before he was to face trial at the Old Bailey, he fled in his private jet.
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Old 11-04-2013, 07:19 PM   #61738
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After Elm guest house was raided in 1982 it left the abusers with nowhere to go, or did it? Paedos cannot suddenly stop being paedos, its in their blood forever. Savile and others didn't suddenly stop procuring child victims for them to abuse. I believe that there must have been other locations made available for them to commit their sordid crimes.

To my knowledge this is one area that has never been looked into and could hold very important information to other crime and abuses that have been committed during those missing years.

Jill Dando was murdered in April 1999. One of the theories was that she was about to expose a paedophile ring based in the west end of London. Could it be possible that one or more names that were on the MM docs were involved in her murder?

Edit: I said MM docs rather than Elm Guest list.
Good point!

This may shed some light - from Murun



The article mentions 'Smart addresses'. Wonder whether Knightsbridge was one of those addresses? That's a 'Smart address isn't it?

Mmmmm Proctor had a 2nd shop in Knightsbridge -(a smart address) and he was involved with the local Chamber of Commerce - same as in Richmond.

Now that would be a coincidence wouldn't it?

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04/05/2013 08:15:00 // UK | Country pubs now 'too posh for ramblers wearing muddy boots who just want a sandwich and half a pint of beer'

Walkers feel a sense of unease in 'immaculate' gastropubs
Many ramblers now carry plastic bags with them to cover their shoes

Pie and mash has made way for fine dining and elaborate menus

Landlord suggests customers would be 'miffed' if just offered sandwiches

Open Space Society urges more places 'where walkers can go'

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PUBLISHED: 03:40 EST, 5 April 2013 | UPDATED: 07:15 EST, 5 April 2013

A refreshing pint at the pub is just want every rambler looks forward to - but many hikers now feel their local pub is 'too posh' for their muddy boots.

The rise of gastropubs with immaculate carpets, pristine furniture and menus fit to rival the best of fine dining venues has led to a sense of unease among walkers, horse riders and cyclists, according to Kate Ashbrook of the Open Spaces Society.

Where once it did not matter how they were dressed, gastropubs have all but become a place where ramblers fear to tread - and many now carry plastic bags with them to cover their boots.


Local pint: Prime Minister David Cameron and his family are frequent visitors to The Plough in Cadesden, Buckinghamshire, which says it is not 'too posh' and welcomes walkers



Thirst quencher: David Cameron is among the rich and famous spotted enjoying a pint at rural pubs

Gone too are the days of simple sandwiches or pie and mash, with many customers now having to select from a far more elaborate menu.

Miss Ashbrook, who lives in Turville, Bucks, told The Daily Telegraph: 'I'm not saying pubs shouldn't do fine dining, but let's have a place where walkers can go and you don't have to take your boots off.'


The rise of the gastropub, which was virtually unheard of ten years ago, has certainly helped to raise the standard of pubs across the country and indeed, even helped many a struggling establishment to turn its fortunes.

It has proliferated in places like the picturesque Chilterns, west of London, which is popular with the rich and famous, including David Cameron.


His official residence, Chequers, is just a stone's throw away from such places as The Plough at Cadsden, where he has been spotted with his family in recent times. That particular pub says it welcomes walkers.


Gastropubs have also sprung up in the Cotswolds, home to the 'Chipping Norton set', which includes Mr Cameron, Rebekah Brooks and Jeremy Clarkson.



Jeremy clarkson has been invited to the farce funeral of mags .... Funny how talking shite and bollocks get you a walk in part.
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there is also the train of thought that accepts the existence of conspiracy realists.
maybe he feels more comfortable associated with that description, dunno.....just a thought
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