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IN MEMORIAM: The Sioux at Wounded Knee 1890

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 29/12/2016

IN MEMORIAM: The Sioux at Wounded Knee 1890

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IN MEMORIAM:
The Sioux at Wounded Knee 29-Dec-1890

29-Dec-2014 marks the 124th. anniversary of the massacre of The Lakota Sioux under Chief Big Foot of The Miniconjou Sioux at Wounded Knee, less than 2 weeks after the murder of Sitting Bull by US Cavalry at Standing Rock Reservation.

Similarly 29-Nov-2014 was the 150th. anniversary of the massacre of 1864, by the Militia of Colonel John Chivington, of a defenceless Cheyenne and an Arapaho villages at Sand Creek (Soldier Blue portrays this most aptly and the song by the native American Indian Buffy Saint Marie says it all! CLICK HERE her rendering of ‘Bury My Heart At Wounded Knee‘ is spectacular!).

CLICK HERE was this a rehearsal for Mai Lai or just an indication of the value Politicians and the military place upon Treaties? Consider the corrupt basis of The EU and the clear lack of meaningful democracy – A massacre of liberty & democracy, freedom & justice by stealth!

The Irish may care to learn from the wisdom of the Indigenous peoples of America – Never trust a treaty signed against one’s better instincts, against one’s will and sold to such an extent that they were prepared to lie.

Sadly this so very much applies to virtually ALL aspects of the relationship these United Kingdoms have with The EU – wherein our own politicians and Snivil Cervants are OUR ENEMY within, as they have duped and betrayed us with monotonous regularity regarding The EU and have stolen our money to fund their own personal ambitions; Currently OUR politicians are stealing £53 Million + a day to fund the failed, corrupt, depraved and undemocratic EU scam.

Clearly a scam as all it provides is a blocking process for democracy and a rubber stamping process for the edicts of such bodies as WTI, WHO, CODEX, Davos, UN and the like who form the overarching global governance to whose tune the EU dances as it obfuscates democracyy, human rights, liberty, justice and trade – at an obscene and uneccessary cost.

The Cheyenne, The Arapaho, Sitting Bull, The Miniconjou, The Lakota and Big Foot had binding Treaty Agreements with a nascent super State seeking to increase its control, that too was with catastrophic consequences.

Some amongst The Irish will recall that John Major signed an agreement with The EU termed by The Sun newspaper on its banner front page as Game, Set & Match to Major yet it seems it was not valid since The EU have just arbitrarily overturned the Treaty – as did The Colorado Militia and the US 7th. Cavalry before them in creating their supra national state.

As does the EU, by deceit, stealth and betrayal salami slicing away our liberty and freedoms without any meaningful democratic input!.

It would seem that The EU is no respecter of agreements either and Ireland is to vote again to make it possible to claim they voted for their own demise as a Nation State! No massacre here just the death of democracy and self determination granted at great cost in 1922.

& to think that Declan Ganley AND the British Tory Party, The Farage Party and his odious allies in The EU The Pan EU Political Party Group in The EFD with their racism, anti Judaism, anti homosexuality, sham so called christianity and violent xenophobic hatreds based on country, class and creed – they are so stupid as to believe that The EU can be changed from within!

Sand Creek Colorado and Wounded Knee will hold no torch to the massacres and deaths that will result from the enforcement of The EU on a largely resistant peoples! As famine stalks the plains of EUrope due to the greed and stupidity of Politicians and as ‘The Wars of Disassociation’ become more determined!

“In politics, stupidity is not a handicap.” 
Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821)

Details of The Wounded Knee Massacre:

The Massacre at Wounded Knee drew its cause from the US Government policy of forcing the indigenous peoples to live on reservations and forgo their itinerant life style following the herds across their territories. Forcing the people to live in a manner alien to their traditions, life style and needs.

The break down of indigenous culture led to a strong movement to restore their old ways led by the ‘Ghost Dancers’, seeking to restore the old ways and values, amongst the Sioux at Pine Ridge, which increasingly worried the Government.

On the 15-Dec-1890 the reservation police entered the Pine Ridge area, S.E. of Rapid City South Dakota, to try to arrest the Sioux Chief Sitting Bull – an incident that led to his death, greatly increasing the tension in the area.

The killing of Sitting Bull led to drafting in the US Army 7th. Cavalry who on the 29-Dec-1890 surrounded a group of the Ghost Dancers led by Big Foot, a Lakota Sioux Chief of the Miniconjou tribe of Sioux Plains Indians.

The cavalry surrounded them at their encampment/village at Wounded Knee Creek and demanded they surrender their weapons. As this was taking place a fight started between one of the Sioux and a US soldier and a shot was fired.

The 7th. Cavalry then went on to an uncontrolled massacre of between 150 and 300 of the Sioux villagers, about half of the casualties were women and children. The cavalry recorded a mere 25 casualties!

The Massacre was originally passed off as a battle but was not only a tragedy but an undeniable and avoidable massacre. Surrounded by heavily armed cavalry it is hardly plausible that Big Foot with old men, women and children being predominant amongst his villagers would have deliberately started any kind of battle!

It has been speculated by some historians that the massacre deliberately carried out by the 7th. Cavalry as revenge for the ignominy of their defeat at Little Big Horn in 1876.

Whatever the cause or trigger of the massacre it was the last major incident in the US Government’s eradication of the Plains Indians and a final step in the control and destruction of the indiginous peoples of America.

Let us remember not just those who died at Wounded Knee but the destruction of the entire culture of the indigenous peoples of North America.

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Did an historical Jesus really exist? The evidence just doesn’t add up …

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 19/12/2016

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Did an historical Jesus really exist? The evidence just doesn’t add up …
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Did historical Jesus really exist? The evidence just doesn’t add up.

 

There are clearly good reasons to doubt Jesus’ historical existence.

December 18, 2014

Raphael Lataster is a lecturer in religious studies at the University of Sydney. He is author of There Was No Jesus, There Is No God.

Did a man called Jesus of Nazareth walk the earth? Discussions over whether the figure known as the “Historical Jesus” actually existed primarily reflect disagreements among atheists. Believers, who uphold the implausible and more easily-dismissed “Christ of Faith” (the divine Jesus who walked on water), ought not to get involved.

Numerous secular scholars have presented their own versions of the so-called “Historical Jesus” – and most of them are, as biblical scholar J.D. Crossan puts it, “an academic embarrassment.” From Crossan’s view of Jesus as the wise sage, to Robert Eisenman’s Jesus the revolutionary, and Bart Ehrman’s apocalyptic prophet, about the only thing New Testament scholars seem to agree on is Jesus’ historical existence. But can even that be questioned?

The first problem we encounter when trying to discover more about the Historical Jesus is the lack of early sources. The earliest sources only reference the clearly fictional Christ of Faith. These early sources, compiled decades after the alleged events, all stem from Christian authors eager to promote Christianity – which gives us reason to question them. The authors of the Gospels fail to name themselves, describe their qualifications, or show any criticism with their foundational sources – which they also fail to identify. Filled with mythical and non-historical information, and heavily edited over time, the Gospels certainly should not convince critics to trust even the more mundane claims made therein.

The methods traditionally used to tease out rare nuggets of truth from the Gospels are dubious. The criterion of embarrassment says that if a section would be embarrassing for the author, it is more likely authentic. Unfortunately, given the diverse nature of Christianity and Judaism back then (things have not changed all that much), and the anonymity of the authors, it is impossible to determine what truly would be embarrassing or counter-intuitive, let alone if that might not serve some evangelistic purpose.

The criterion of Aramaic context is similarly unhelpful. Jesus and his closest followers were surely not the only Aramaic-speakers in first-century Judea. The criterion of multiple independent attestation can also hardly be used properly here, given that the sources clearly are not independent.

Paul’s Epistles, written earlier than the Gospels, give us no reason to dogmatically declare Jesus must have existed. Avoiding Jesus’ earthly events and teachings, even when the latter could have bolstered his own claims, Paul only describes his “Heavenly Jesus.” Even when discussing what appear to be the resurrection and the last supper, his only stated sources are his direct revelations from the Lord, and his indirect revelations from the Old Testament. In fact, Paul actually rules out human sources (see Galatians 1:11-12).

Also important are the sources we don’t have. There are no existing eyewitness or contemporary accounts of Jesus. All we have are later descriptions of Jesus’ life events by non-eyewitnesses, most of whom are obviously biased. Little can be gleaned from the few non-Biblical and non-Christian sources, with only Roman scholar Josephus and historian Tacitus having any reasonable claim to be writing about Jesus within 100 years of his life. And even those sparse accounts are shrouded in controversy, with disagreements over what parts have obviously been changed by Christian scribes (the manuscripts were preserved by Christians), the fact that both these authors were born after Jesus died (they would thus have probably received this information from Christians), and the oddity that centuries go by before Christian apologists start referencing them.

Agnosticism over the matter is already seemingly appropriate, and support for this position comes from independent historian Richard Carrier’s recent defense of another theory — namely, that the belief in Jesus started as the belief in a purely celestial being (who was killed by demons in an upper realm), who became historicized over time. To summarize Carrier’s 800-page tome, this theory and the traditional theory – that Jesus was a historical figure who became mythicized over time – both align well with the Gospels, which are later mixtures of obvious myth and what at least sounds historical.

The Pauline Epistles, however, overwhelmingly support the “celestial Jesus” theory, particularly with the passage indicating that demons killed Jesus, and would not have done so if they knew who he was (see: 1 Corinthians 2:6-10). Humans – the murderers according to the Gospels – of course would still have killed Jesus, knowing full well that his death results in their salvation, and the defeat of the evil spirits.

So what do the mainstream (and non-Christian) scholars say about all this? Surprisingly very little – of substance anyway. Only Bart Ehrman and Maurice Casey have thoroughly attempted to prove Jesus’ historical existence in recent times. Their most decisive point? The Gospels can generally be trusted – after we ignore the many, many bits that are untrustworthy – because of the hypothetical (i.e. non-existent) sources behind them. Who produced these hypothetical sources? When? What did they say? Were they reliable? Were they intended to be accurate historical portrayals, enlightening allegories, or entertaining fictions?

Ehrman and Casey can’t tell you – and neither can any New Testament scholar. Given the poor state of the existing sources, and the atrocious methods used by mainstream Biblical historians, the matter will likely never be resolved. In sum, there are clearly good reasons to doubt Jesus’ historical existence – if not to think it outright improbable. theconversation

This article was originally published on The Conversation. Read the original article.

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AA Gill: “More life with your kids, … – but only if you pay” …

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 12/12/2016

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(Adrian) AA Gill who was born on 28-Jun-1954 died of advanced metastatic lung cancer on Saturday 10-Dec-2016 – having only been informed he had cancer in November.
Something of an object lesson to us all to ensure we present with any symptoms, which persist, as soon as possible!

Cancer survival rates in Europe
The UK has the worst cancer survival rates in western Europe — a third lower than those of Sweden.

“Five-year cancer survival rates are so low in the UK because we’re so slow at diagnosing cancer in the first place. A patient must first see their GP, then be referred to see a specialist. The lag time can be months. And when each GP consultation lasts a few minutes, people can slip through the net altogether. In European countries, patients can access specialist care easily and straightaway.”
Dr Conrad Lewanski, consultant clinical oncologist and fellow of the Royal College of Radiologists

Here is AA Gill’s final article, published the day after his untimely death, by way of a tribute to his courage, an example of his wit and honesty and together with a bit of an obit. as an encouragement as we all follow him into that long and inevitable goodnight in our various ways and at our various times in life, whenever that end may be:

AA Gill: “More life with your kids, more life with your friends, more life spent on earth — but only if you pay”

AA Gill used to think that being an NHS patient was like travelling second class on a train, grittier than first class, but in the end everyone ended up at the same destination. But in his farewell piece he tells of his discovery of a drug not available on the NHS …

AA Gill in his garden on November 29, 2016PORTRAITS BY TOM CRAIG,

It seems unlikely, uncharacteristic, so un-“us” to have settled on sickness and bed rest as the votive altar and cornerstone of national politics. But there it is: every election, the National Health Service is the thermometer and the crutch of governments. The NHS represents everything we think is best about us. Everyone standing for whatever political persuasion has to lay a sterilised hand on an A&E revolving door and swear that the collective cradle-to-crematorium health service will be cherished on their watch.

When you look at our awkward, lumpy, inherited short-tempered characters, you’d imagine we might have come up with something more brass-bandy Brit: a bellicose, sentimental military fetishism, perhaps, or sport, or nostalgic history, boastful Anglophone culture, invention, exploration, banking avarice. But no. It turned out that what really sticks in our hard, gimpy, sclerotic hearts is looking after each other. Turning up at a bed with three carnations, a copy of Racing Post, a Twix and saying, “The cat misses you.”

We know it’s the best of us. The National Health Service is the best of us. You can’t walk into an NHS hospital and be a racist. That condition is cured instantly. But it’s almost impossible to walk into a private hospital and not fleetingly feel that you are one: a plush waiting room with entitled and bad-tempered health tourists.

You can’t be sexist on the NHS, nor patronising, and the care and the humour, the togetherness ranged against the teetering, chronic system by both the caring and the careworn is the Blitz, “back against the wall”, stern and sentimental best of us — and so we tell lies about it.

We say it’s the envy of the world. It isn’t. We say there’s nothing else like it. There is. We say it’s the best in the West. It’s not. We think it’s the cheapest. It isn’t. Either that or we think it’s the most expensive — it’s not that, either. You will live longer in France and Germany, get treated faster and more comfortably in Scandinavia, and everything costs more in America.

‘The face of real cancer wipes our expressions to a pale neutral human,’ says AA Gill  TOM CRAIG

I’ve wanted to write about the National Health Service for a long time, but it’s resistant to press inquires. While the abstract of the NHS is heart-warming, the truth for patients is often heart-stopping. And junior doctor strikes, executive pay, failing departments, slow-motion waiting times and outsourcing tell a different story, and I’m regularly, ritually refused access by PRs and administrators, or they insist on copy approval or preplanned stories.

One of the doctors I approached was Professor Brian Gazzard, who has a reputation mostly for being an exemplary and inspirationally brilliant physician, but also as something of an ocean-going eccentric. He treats, teaches at and runs the Chelsea Aids clinic. I asked him what had changed most about his job.

“When I started, I told every patient that they were going to die. I could make it easier, make them live a little longer, but everyone died. Now I tell every patient they will live. They will need to do what I tell them, they’ve been silly, but they’ll live to die of something else. That’s astonishing.” He paused so I would understand the effect it has on a doctor. “Look, I really don’t want to be written about. You won’t remember, but we met once before.”

A decade ago, Gazzard diagnosed my foreign correspondent’s dodgy tummy as acute pancreatitis, the result of alcoholism. “Of course I remember. You told me I could never drink alcohol again and I said, ‘You haven’t read my notes, I’ve been teetotal for 20 years.’ And you gave a sigh and reached into a drawer and lit a cigarette and said you’d been dreading telling a restaurant critic he couldn’t have a glass of wine.”

Gazzard laughed. “You’re one of the lucky ones,” he’d said as he walked onto the street clutching an armful of patient files and raised a hand in farewell. He repeated again: “You’re one of the lucky ones. I can always tell.” It was his first misdiagnosis of the day.

What neither of us could know is that my pancreas was already a stuffed wallet of cancer, though not pancreatic — a migrated, refugee, desperate, breathless lung cancer.
I stopped smoking 15 years ago and as a gift to myself, proof of the clarity of my lungs, I would spend a week stalking on Loch Maree in Wester Ross. Every autumn since, I have climbed the same hills, chasing the deer, and, trudging upwards, recited a doxology of mostly extinct snouts I no longer puff: Weights, Guards, Navy Cut, Olivier, Black Cat, Passing Clouds, Number 6, Sovereign, Gitanes, Gauloises (does anyone remember when Paris smelt alternately of Gauloises, pissoirs and Chanel?), Winston, Camel, Sobranie, my father’s pipe in the cinema — clouds of sweet latakia smoke in the flickering projection. A Greek cigarette in a red box with a lasciviously smiling girl that called itself Santé, without irony: an untipped fag called Health.

This year, for the first time, I couldn’t make it to the top of the hill. I knelt in the heather, weak and gasping. It was the first time all was not well. There was also a pain in my neck that my doctor said was probably a cervical spine thingy and I should get a scan.

He sent me to Harley Street, where another doctor said: “You haven’t got insurance, it’s going to be expensive. Why don’t you get it done down the road and send me the pictures. A third of the cost.” I said: “I’m here now, just do it.” And he shrugged. A couple of hours later I went back for the results. He had the bland bad-news face.

“That was the best money you ever spent.” He turned the screen around and there was a beautiful spiral of colour clinging like an abstract expressionist collar to my spine. “This is cancer.”

My alien was the most common cancer in old men, our biggest killer — an aggressive, nimble cat-burglar lung cancer that is rarely noticed till it has had kittens

That afternoon I was back in my doctor’s surgery. He was wearing the antiseptic face, the professional-doctor tragedy mask. I’m getting to see this a lot now. It is as much a protection against the infection of catastrophe for them as a respect for its victim. They glaze the bad news with sweet spittle. They’ll say: “The test results were not quite what we hoped. It might be trapped wind or it might be the thing that hatched from John Hurt’s stomach. Realistically, we’ll have to assume it’s more alien than fart.” My alien was the most common cancer in old men, our biggest single killer: an aggressive, nimble cat-burglar lung cancer that is rarely noticed till it has had kittens.

Guy has been my doctor for 30 years — 32 to be precise. He was the doctor who put me into treatment for addiction and he’s looked after me and my kids ever since. He’s private, so I pay. If I need a test, an x-ray, a consultant, I’ll pay. If I need anything more than a couple of antibiotics, I’m going to the NHS.
Within 24 hours I have an NHS consultant oncologist and early-morning appointments, for scans, blood tests and x-rays.

You couldn’t make up Charing Cross Hospital. Well, not as a hospital you couldn’t. It’s a monstrous, hideous, crumbling patched-up mess — the Elephant Building. On the way in I notice a couple of posters on the street saying “Save Charing Cross Hospital”. They’re stuck on a municipal noticeboard that’s falling over.

It’s plainly the result of dozens and dozens of attempts to make things better and, in fact, it is the physical embodiment of how most of us, trying to make our way through the teetering automatic doors, feel. It has a very good collection of contemporary British art. In some back corridor there is a series of Peter Blake’s best silk screens.

I love it: it’s how I feel. The lifts take hours to arrive, emphysemically, wheezingly opening their doors, and when they do, it’s without confidence or conviction. A man going up to the cancer ward puts his hand in front of the door and gets out. “I’m too frightened to take this lift,” he says.

In a waiting room, hundreds of us take numbers to sit like wilted potted plants in an autumn garden-centre sale, to take it in turns to meet the antiseptic face. If this were a set for a film, all the actors and extras would be pulling looks of agony and sadness and fear, but the face of real cancer wipes our expressions to a pale neutral human.

The NHS has one of the worst outcomes for cancer treatment in Europe. It’s something to be borne in mind when you’re deciding to combine chemotherapy with a safari, or want to embark on a bar-thumping argument about health tourism. It was the first question I asked my oncologist, Dr Conrad Lewanski. “Why is this such a bad place to get cancer, when we have lots of hospitals, when we teach doctors from all over the world, when we’ve won more Nobel prizes than the French?”

“It’s the nature of the health service,” he says. “The key to cancer outcomes is the speed of diagnosis and treatment.” The health service was set up with GPs separate from hospitals. The system means you probably have to wait a week or so for an appointment to see first your GP, or a clinic. The average time for that consultation will be seven minutes. Perhaps your cough isn’t a priority. And then if your doctor thinks it does need a second opinion, he’ll suggest you see a consultant, and that’s likely to take a month. If the GP suspects cancer, that referral time is reduced to two weeks. He or she will probably write a letter, often two — all doctors still carry fountain pens.

And then there are all the appointments — for tests, a cancellation, a missed x-ray, a scan — which can put months on a diagnosis. It’s not the treatment, it’s the scale of the bureaucracy and the Attlee-reverential, immovable-but-crumbling structure of a private-public doctor-consultant arrangement, which was the cornerstone laid down by the 1945 government at the insistence of doctors. That is the chronic tumour in the bowel of the system.

How do men react when you tell them it’s fatal? ‘Always the same way — with stoicism.’ Bollocks, I thought that was just me

I’m given a talk by a nurse on the consequences of chemotherapy. She uses three pens. Two of them have three coloured barrels each. The scribbling, the underlining, the stars, the acronyms, the exclamation marks become ever more emphatic and decorative. Finally she hands me a notebook that is unintelligibly runic, but says not to worry because it’s all on the computer, which she then turns on to show me a heart-warming film about sexual infections and high temperatures.

The hospital flutters with bits of paper like mayflies. They’re propped up against screens, wedged up against keyboards, stuffed into teetering files, and then there is the constant Tourette’s questions, “When’s your birthday? What’s the first line of your address?”, all to collide you with the right cancer, to go with all the forms, the signatures, the screens, the machines, the radiation disclaimers and destiny. It makes Kafka look like ee cummings.

I like my oncologist. He doesn’t have the morphine face; he looks amused, inquisitive, like a shaved, garrulous otter. All he does is lung cancer. This is his river, tumours his trout. He’s been a consultant for 15 years. Two years in, his father got it and died: “The worst thing I’ve ever had to go through. I do know what this is like — so how much do you want to know?”

“Everything, and the truth.”

I’ve never Googled cancer, but I’ve discovered that every one of my friends who owns their own house has a preferred cancer specialist and a hospital to go with them. They also have a perfect gardener, an ideal interior decorator and a masseur that they insist — insist — I use, because they are all the best and, of course, you only get what you pay for. Lots of them are astonished I’m still in this country of catastrophic cancer statistics.

Those who don’t have money for their own homes have magical diets, homeopathy and religious new-age cures, or at least a conspiracy theory about big pharma hiding the efficacy of vitamin C, kale, magnetism and mistletoe. If it doesn’t make you better, at least you get snogged a lot.

And everyone, but everyone, will have a mantra story of their secretary’s husband or a woman they used to work with who was given three weeks to live and is still stacking shelves or conducting operas 10 years later. These little homilies are handed out with the intense insistence of lucky heather, using the language of evangelical religion and locker-room encouragement.

Why is our reaction to cancer so medieval, so wrapped in fortune-cookie runes and votive memory shards, like the teeth and metatarsals of dead saints? Cancer is frightening. One in two of us will get it. It has dark memories, unmentionably euphemised. In the public eye, not all cancers are equal. There is little sympathy for lung cancer. It’s mostly men, mostly old men, mostly working-class old men and mostly smokers. There is a lot more money and public sympathy for the cancers that affect women and the young. Why wouldn’t there be?

“How do men react when you tell them their cancers are fatal?” I ask Dr Lewanski. “Always the same way — with stoicism.”

“Bollocks,” I think. “I thought that was just me.”

Actually it’s not being told you’ve got cancer that is the test of character, it’s the retelling. Going home and saying to the missus: “That thing, the cricked neck. Actually it’s a tumour, the size of a cigar.” It ought to come with a roll of thunder and five Jewish violinists, instead of the creaky whisper of fear.

People react differently to different cancers: most women think they’ll survive, and statistically they’re right. Most men think they’ll die — and likewise.
“So, what’s the treatment?”

“Chemotherapy. Platinum in your case. It has a very good chance.”

Someone should write a paper on the euphemistic size comparisons for tumours. There should be an esite, Euphotumours. The images are very masculine: golf balls, cricket balls, bullets, grenades, ruminant testicles. No one ever says, “I’ve got a cancer the size of a fairy cake.”

And what about after the chemo?

“Well, there’s a new treatment, immunotherapy. It’s the biggest breakthrough in cancer treatment for decades. Cancers camouflage themselves as chemical markers that tell your body’s natural defences that there’s nothing to see here, move along. These new drugs strip away the disguise and allow your body’s natural system to clean up. It’s new and it’s still being trialled, but we’re a long way along the line and it is the way cancer treatment is bound to go. It’s better for some growths than others, but it’s particularly successful with yours. If you were in Germany or Scandinavia or Japan or America, or with the right insurance here, this is what you would be treated with.”

The doctor looks at Nicola, the missus. His otter face has grown a little sphinxy.

“You remember asking if the treatment Adrian got on the NHS would be any different from being a private patient? And I said a better cup of coffee and more leeway with appointments. Well, this is the difference. If he had insurance, I’d put him on immunotherapy — specifically, nivolumab. As would every oncologist in the First World. But I can’t do it on the National Health.”

The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (Nice), the quango that acts as the quartermaster for the health service, won’t pay. Nivolumab is too expensive — £60,000 to £100,000 a year for a lung-cancer patient; about four times the cost of chemo. And the only way to see if it will work for an individual patient is to give it to them all, and the ones it doesn’t work for will weed themselves out. What Nice doesn’t say about the odds is that immunotherapy mostly works for old men who are partially responsible for their cancers because they smoked. Thousands of patients could benefit. But old men who think they’re going to die anyway aren’t very effective activists. They don’t get the public or press pressure that young mothers’ cancers and kids’ diseases get.

As yet, immunotherapy isn’t a cure, it’s a stretch more life, a considerable bit of life. More life with your kids, more life with your friends, more life holding hands, more life shared, more life spent on earth — but only if you can pay.
I’m early for my first eight-hour stint of platinum chemo. The ward in Charing Cross looks like a cross between a milking shed and an Air Koryo business lounge. I am settled into a hideous but comfortable chair and a tap is jabbed into the back of my hand. A series of plastic bags full of combative and palliative cocktails slowly dribble into my body and every 10 minutes I have to shuffle to an invalid’s loo to dribble it out again.

I like it here. The nurses are funny and comforting, optimistic, and bear the weight of the sadness, the regret and the pity in the room on their shoulders with an amused elegance and sincerity that comes from their years of experience, or the naivety of inexperience. The other patients shuffle in with their partners to share sandwiches, talk about shopping and the cousins in New Zealand and window boxes. There are children with ageing parents, happy/sad to be able to repay an infant’s debt.

I manage to find the one dealer in the ward, or rather she finds me. Her boyfriend’s making hash cakes — they’ve definitely shrunk his tumour, I should definitely have some. I smile, shrug apologetically and say sadly I’m already a junkie. I don’t take drugs.

“Really? Even for this?” I’m not giving up 32 years of clean time for some poxy lung.

And there are the ones who sit alone, who don’t have any friends to play cards with them, to drip the will and the strength and the faith to face this. I don’t know how anyone manages to do this on their own.

An old friend sits through the mornings with me, Nicola comes with lunch and Flora and Ali, my grown-up kids, share the afternoon. If it wasn’t for the cancer, that would be a really lovely day. If it wasn’t for the cancer.
There’s a natural break in the article here. It should have been finished two weeks ago, but I had a bad night, a really bad night.

Nicola called Guy, the GP, and he came round and took a look and said: “He needs to be in A&E now.”

So I’m on a gurney in Charing Cross at nine in the morning. On the other side of the blue plastic curtain, a bloke is being held down by three policemen shouting, “Don’t flick your f****** blood over here, I don’t want what you’ve got.”

A young doctor comes and asks me questions. All doctors in A&E are preternaturally young. One of the questions after “What’s your date of birth and the first line of your address?” is inevitably “Can I put my finger up your bottom to see if there’s any poo or blood?”

The other question is: “On a scale of 1 to 10 — 1 being a scratch and 10 unspeakable agony — what do you think you’re suffering at the moment?” You wouldn’t describe this as thin pain. It’s 10 out of 10. My stomach is agonised with a terrible wrenching distension. I’ve lived a middle-class, sheltered, uncombative, anti-violent life, so I don’t know how this compares to other more manly men’s pain, but this is by miles and miles the worst thing I’ve ever been through, thank you for asking.

More x-rays and blood tests and the surgeon returns with the complete granite face and says: “Well, it could be a burst ulcer, but of course it isn’t. The tumour in your pancreas has increased in size very fast. It’s as big as a fist.” And he shows me a fist in case I’d misplaced the image.

I’ve decided to call the pancreatic tumour Lucky, as a nod to prophetic Professor Gazzard. So the chemotherapy isn’t working. I ask my oncologist what’s next.

“It’s a bugger,” he says. “It looked so hopeful, but you’re right, it isn’t working. The pancreas is a bad place. We can’t operate and the side effects of radiation aren’t worth the risk.” And there’s pancreatic pain, which is famously in a league apart, so at least I can be stoical about that.

“What next?”

“Well, on the NHS we can give you another round of chemo, a bit rougher with slighter outcomes … but there is really only one treatment for you: nivolumab.”

From behind the blue curtain, the nurse asks the policeman: “What do you want to do with him?”

“Oh, let him go,” says the copper.

“I thought you’d arrested him?”

“No. Let him go.”

That evening I’m sitting in bed on the cancer ward trying to get the painkillers stabilised and a young nurse comes in.

“There you are. I’ve been waiting for you all day. You’re supposed to be with me down in chemotherapy. I saw your name. Why are you up here?”

“Well, it turns out the chemo isn’t working.” Her shoulders sag and her hand goes to her head. “F***, f***, that’s dreadful.” I think she might be crying.

I look away, so might I.

You don’t get that with private healthcare.

Cancer survival rates in Europe
The UK has the worst cancer survival rates in western Europe — a third lower than those of Sweden.

“Five-year cancer survival rates are so low in the UK because we’re so slow at diagnosing cancer in the first place. A patient must first see their GP, then be referred to see a specialist. The lag time can be months. And when each GP consultation lasts a few minutes, people can slip through the net altogether. In European countries, patients can access specialist care easily and straightaway.”
Dr Conrad Lewanski, consultant clinical oncologist and fellow of the Royal College of Radiologists

THE “REVOLUTIONARY” LUNG-CANCER DRUGS

  • What is immunotherapy? This is a treatment used in cases where chemotherapy hasn’t worked. The drugs involved strip cancer cells of the “camouflage” that stops the immune system from attacking them as it would other diseases. Only 20% to 30% of people with non-small-cell lung cancer — which accounts for 85% of lung cancers — respond to the therapy, but researchers have found it to be remarkably successful among those whose tumours were caused by smoking.
  • How is it administered? Immunotherapy drugs are injected into the patient’s bloodstream via a drip or Port-a-Cath: a plastic tube leading into a large chest vein. Patients tend to receive the treatment for an hour every fortnight, but this depends on the condition.
  • Who has access to nivolumab? The pioneering drug nivolumab has received its licence for use in the UK and is under review by Nice, which says: “We do not have the full picture yet and we are still working with the company to see what we can do to answer the uncertainties in the evidence.” This means patients in England and Wales will have to wait to find out if they will be able to get it universally on the NHS. In Scotland, which has its own drug-approval system, nivolumab is already available.
  • What is pembrolizumab? This immunotherapy drug, similar to nivolumab, is also licensed in the UK. Ten days ago, Nice announced that it will finally be available to patients with non-small-cell lung cancer on the NHS. This is not the drug AA Gill’s oncologist recommended for him.
  • How much does nivolumab cost? The approximate cost for treating non-small-cell lung cancer is £5,700 a month or £68,400 a year.
  • What is Nice’s role? Nice makes recommendations on whether the NHS in England — and in some cases Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland — should fund new drugs so they are available to all patients. Their review process is based on a treatment’s cost effectiveness and efficiency. It takes into account the patients’ life expectancy and quality of life after the treatment.

AA Gill began taking nivolumab after writing this article

To view the original article CLICK HERE but it is hidden behind Rupert Murdoch’s pay wall.

My thanks to the friend who supplied his paid for copy, thus bringing AA Gill’s profound and moving article to those amongst my readers who may benefit from it – I know I have!

  • How much does nivolumab cost? The approximate cost for treating non-small-cell lung cancer is £5,700 a month or £68,400 a year.

As this drug is administered as a drip into a vein often via a ‘pic-line’ once a fortnight this would indicate each dose costs £2,850!
As the EU insists on tampering in every area as it imposes UN, WTO, CODEX etc.s diktats why are they so indifferent about the drug companies’ profiteering from fatal illness, when they crow about such irrelevancies as forcing mobile phone companies to standardise roving rates – surely that is upto the consumer and no business of the EU!

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Adrian Gill’s first wife Cressida Connolly, they married in 1982 & divorced in 1983


with his ex wife Amber Rudd who he married in 1990 & divorced in 1995,
with whom he had two children

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In better times with Nicola Fornby his long term partner & mother of his twins, with whom he had been since 1995 until his death, though only becoming engaged in the November of his final weeks!

As everyone, save the few he berated or made fun of, Adrian Gill, who styled himself AA Gill after his treatment for alcohol and joining AA, was honest and professional in his writing expressing his beliefs and opinions humorously and well, without pandering to fashionable PC, as Wikipedia shows in this selective extract:

Gill’s acerbic style led to several media controversies. In 2010, The Sunday Times disclosed that Gill had been the subject of 62 Press Complaints Commission complaints in five years, none of which had been upheld.

Wales

In The Sunday Times, Gill described the Welsh in 1998 as “loquacious, dissemblers, immoral liars, stunted, bigoted, dark, ugly, pugnacious little trolls”. His comments were reported to the Commission for Racial Equality.[21] and used as an example of what was described as “persistent anti-Welsh racism in the UK media” in a motion in the National Assembly for Wales.
[It is my opinion that he left out humourless and lacking in self confidence!]

Isle of Man

Gill’s feud with the Isle of Man began in 2006 with a review of Ciappelli’s restaurant in Douglas. Gill wrote that the island:

managed to slip through a crack in the space-time continuum […] fallen off the back of the history lorry to lie amnesiac in the road to progress […] its main industry is money (laundering, pressing, altering and mending) […] everyone you actually see is Benny from Crossroads or Benny in drag…. The weather’s foul, the food’s medieval, it’s covered in suicidal motorists and folk who believe in fairies.

The review was attacked in the Tynwald, the Manx parliament, with House of Keys member David Cannan demanding an apology for the “unacceptable and scurrilous attack”.

Gill made further comments regarding the Isle of Man in his Sunday Times column on 23 May 2010, when he described its citizens as falling into two types: “hopeless, inbred mouth-breathers known as Bennies” and “retired, small arms dealers and accountants who deal in rainforest futures”. His comments were made in the aftermath of Mick Jagger‘s suggestion that drugs should be legalised in the Isle of Man.[26] Gill added that “If … they become a hopelessly addicted, criminal cesspit, who’d care? Indeed, who could tell the difference?”[27]

England

In February 2011, Gill described the county of Norfolk as “the hernia on the end of England”. In December 2013, his column just before New Year’s Eve, was the result of a night on the beat in Grimsby and Cleethorpes and was heavily critical of both towns where Grimsby is “on the road to nowhere” and Cleethorpes is full of “hunched and grubby semi-detached homes”Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner Matthew Grove described Gill as “A tweed-suited, Mayfair-based writer, whose only experience of the North of England was his visit to Cleethorpes and his regular trips salmon fishing in Scotland”.

Individuals

In a review of Clare Balding‘s 2010 Britain by Bike TV programme, Gill referred to the presenter as “a big lesbian” and “a dyke on a bike”. Gill’s Sunday Times editor, John Witherow, responded to Balding’s complaint: “In my view some members of the gay community need to stop regarding themselves as having a special victim status and behave like any other sensible group that is accepted by society. Not having a privileged status means, of course, one must accept occasionally being the butt of jokes. A person’s sexuality should not give them a protected status”.

Regards,
Greg_L-W.

PS:

If you enjoyed AA Gill’s style and wit above here is an article he had published the day after his 60th. birthday on 29-Jun-2014, 2 years before his diagnosis of cancer and his untimely death – enjoy:

Life at 60

How does the former alcoholic drug addict AA Gill feel about reaching this milestone? Surprised, mostly, but happy to ruminate on sex, travel and friendship

AA Gill Published: 29 June 2014

Young Gill at schoolYoung Gill at school (A A Gill)

Every morning, after taking our twins to school, Nicola and I read the papers over breakfast and I recite the birthday list and she will guess the ages. She’s uncannily accurate. Yesterday The Guardian will have said: AA Gill, critic and baboon-murdering bastard, 60.

I share a birthday with Henry VIII and the shot that started the Great War. I’ve always read the anniversary roll and over the years I’ve watched people my age go from rarely mentioned as sportsmen and pop stars to more commonly as leading actors and television presenters and now ubiquitously I find myself in the thick of captains of industry, ennobled politicians, retired sportsmen and character actors. You only notice the accumulating years in relation to other people.

Last week an editor breezily mentioned that as I was coming up to a milestone decade would I perhaps like to write something about it? You know, is 60 the new 40? Why do you make those little noises when you get out of a chair? Am I considering getting a shed, or a cruise, or Velcro? And what about sex?

The only people who ask about significant birthdays are younger than you. No 70-year-olds are inquiring about my insights on being 60. Age is the great terra incognita. But then, all the people who tell me to do anything are younger than me now.

And please, can we stop this “60 is the new 40” thing? No one is saying 20 is the new 10. And who wants to be 40 anyway? An insipid, insecure age.

My generation, the postwar baby-boomers, are over the meridian of our vital parabolas. We’ve done our best and our worst, overachieved and underperformed, are either preparing to bask on the sun loungers of our success or suck our bruised fingers in the waiting rooms of failure. So 60 is both a personal summit from which to look back, breathing heavily, hands on my knees, and a generational one.

AA Gill as a young manAA Gill as a young man

I was born in 1954 in Edinburgh. Winston Churchill was prime minister, there was still rationing, we were the first generation that would grow up with television, pop music, central heating and a National Health Service. As a child, every old man I knew had fought in the First World War and every young man in the second.

War still hung like the smell of a damp, grim nostalgia over everything. We played Spitfires and Messerschmitts in the playground and you could, as Kingsley Amis pointed out, walk into any pub in the country and ask with perfect confidence if the major had been in. London was still moth-eaten with bomb sites and black with coal smoke. One of my earliest memories is of the last pea souper fog.

How do I feel having reached 60? Well, surprised, mostly. And grateful. When I was 30, a doctor told me that I had a dangerously damaged liver and, all things considered, I probably wouldn’t see another Christmas. I am an alcoholic and a drug addict but, with a lot of help, I stopped. I haven’t had a drink or picked up a drug since. My grandfather died at 59. He was a tooth-puller in Leith. My mother says it was anxiety about the coming of the health service that killed him, which is a braw example of Scottish humour.

Globally, I can expect to live to see another two World Cups. But by living in the south of England I should make it for another four. I tell people too quickly that I am 60 and wait, like a needy toddler, to be told I don’t look anything like that. One of the surprising symptoms of getting to be 60 is that I now can’t tell how old anyone under the age of 40 is; you all look 16. And don’t believe the beauty page gush that you are in fact only as old as you feel. It’s a nonsense, based on the assumption that ageing is primarily a physical process. It isn’t, it’s a maturing one. It’s not a feeling, it’s an experience. You are as old as you can remember.


Smiles from younger days

I dictate these articles to clever overeducated colleagues who are much, much younger than me. They constantly and consistently don’t get references to things that to me seemed to have happened only a couple of months ago. They’ve never seen black-and-white films or known the difference between 78, 45 and 33⅓.

So, if you know who Jan Palach, Gary Powers, Gary Gilmore, Squeaky Fromme, Adam Adamant, Albert Pierrepoint, the Piranha Brothers, Harry Worth and Fyfe Robertson are, then you must be 60.

A contemporary of mine, after a number of marriages, found a girlfriend less than half his age of a transcendent pneumatic beauty who hung on his every word — and dumped her after a couple of months. Why, I asked — she was perfect! “Too many things we didn’t have in common,” he said sadly. Like what? “Well, the Eighties.”

Which brings us to sex. Nicola has just exclaimed with unusual force that she has never slept with a 60-year-old and she’s not planning on starting now. Nobody wants to think about 60-year-olds doing it, least of all 60-year-olds. Another contemporary pointed out that it wasn’t finding the first grey pubic hair on yourself that was the doom-laden shock, it was finding it on the person you were sleeping with.

After a certain age it’s best not to have mirrors in your sight line. And lighting is important: the less the better. But you must have some, because everything sags and moves about. The pale, flickering glow of the television is the illumination of choice for most middle-aged couples.

I’ve been making a list of the sex that I’m now too old to consider. I will probably never have sex again on a jiggling sofa with her parents asleep upstairs. Or in a skip. Or in the back of a stationary 2CV or the front of a moving Alfa Romeo.

I won’t do bondage, sadomasochism or erotic yoga or miss them. Neither will I partake in role play. I am too old to be a pirate, a policeman, a Viking or the Milk Tray Man (they don’t know who the Milk Tray Man was either).

And I realise with a sudden shock that I’m probably too old to sleep with anyone for the first time. The thought of having to go through the whole seduction, will they, won’t they, can I, can’t I, is far more terrifying than it is exciting.

Sex definitely changes. It is less athletic, more romantic, more intense, more a special event. Not because it’s rare, but because it’s finite. There is a point in your life when you stop counting up and start counting back. It’s not the laps run, it’s the laps that are left.

This is one of the biggest changes in ageing. The continuous heartbeat rhythm that tells you your experiences are now rationed. How many more Ring cycles will I get to? How many more times will I see Venice emerging out of the lagoon? How many cassoulets, English cherries? How many summits in the Highlands? How many long lunches with old friends? How many old friends are left to me?

That sounds maudlin, but it doesn’t feel like that. It adds to the pleasure, a sentiment to everything, an extra gypsy violin to life. I linger over things now: flowers, moonlight, Schubert, lunch, bookshops. Also I mind less about standing in queues, sitting in traffic, waiting for a bus or my call to be answered. Everything has a pinch of piquancy, a smudge of melodrama, and I like that.

There are other things to which age adds an imperative. I’m pretty sure that when I’m lying on the gurney and the children are searching for the off-switch while telling me sweetly to go towards the light, the thing I regret won’t be, as John Betjeman said, not enough sex, and it won’t be not enough caviar or cakes. It will be, I think, that I never got to see Timbuktu or South Georgia. Never saw the northern lights. Never travelled up the fjords by boat.

The abiding pleasure of my life so far has been the opportunity to travel. It is also the single greatest gift of my affluent generation. We got to go around the globe relatively easily, cheaply and safely. Postwar children are the best and most widely travelled generation that has yet lived. We were given the world when it was varied, various and mostly welcoming.

Whether we took enough goodwill with us and brought back enough insight is debatable. But today the laziest gap-year student has probably seen more and been further than Livingstone, Stanley and Richard Burton.

One of the things that surprises and dismays me is how many of my contemporaries spend their time and money on travelling to sunny beaches. All beach experiences, give or take a cocktail, are the same experience. My advice to travellers and tourists is to avoid coasts and visit people. There is not a view in the world that is as exciting as a new city.

So I regret places and I will also regret not being a better friend. My generation has been profligate with friends. I look at how my parents husbanded theirs, thought about them, wrote to them, talked about them. Because they had lived through the war their friends were innately more precious than ours have been to us. Our friends are not disposable, but they turn out to be forgettable. I regret not making more of an effort to keep up, keep hold and keep close the people I loved. Now their absence and my casual wastefulness upset me.

Gill with his father, who died of Alzheimer’sGill with his father, who died of Alzheimer’s

I noticed in last week’s paper that if I were in the army (something, thanks to my father and my grandfather, I’ve never had to do), being in the 55-59 age bracket I would be expected to do 21 press-ups and 27 sit-ups within two minutes. Now that is down to 17 and 23 as I’ve reached the end of the tick-box line. I will now be for ever in the 60 and over category, after which there is just the margin.

Last year, for the first time, a young girl, French, offered me her seat on a crowded bus. I was surprised at how deeply I resented her. Health looms over the elderly like a threatening monsoon. No ache is innocuous. No lump or discoloured, sagging patch of body is ignorable except our toenails, which become the most sordidly repellent things in all nature. We covertly examine ourselves and our effluvia for the premonition of the dark humour that will carry us away. There is no such thing as a routine checkup. They are all life-or-death appointments.

Doctors start all their sentences with “It’s only . . . ” But we’re not fooled. This generation is also the one that lingers longest over its departure. Death came to our grandparents with a clutched chest and a searing pain. For us it’s a slow, humiliating series of it’s onlys. What we worry about is dementia, a condition that did not exist in the popular lexicon when I was a child. Mind you, we also thought cancer was as shaming as divorce. Now Alzheimer’s is our abiding fear, the thing we can’t forget.

My chats with contemporaries are like bridge games where we try to fill in the gaps in each other’s sentences to make one coherent conversation. My dad died of Alzheimer’s. I once asked him how he was feeling: “Oh, quite well, except you know I’ve got this terrible disease, what’s its name?” So we go to the gym, we have trainers, I do Pilates. But it’s only maintenance. I’m not looking for a beach body, there’s no New Me in the cupboard; I just want one that’s supple enough to put on my own socks.

After giving up drink and drugs, I continued to smoke about 60 a day until 12 years ago and then I stopped. And people said, “Well done! How did you manage it? What willpower!”

It didn’t feel like well done. It felt like a defeat — the capitulation to fear. When I started smoking at 14 I was golden, immortal. I smoked around the world; I took pride in my ability to smoke with elegance, panache and skill. Smoking was my talent and I gave it up because I lost my nerve.

I don’t miss the cigarettes, but I do miss the me that smoked so beautifully.

Oddly, the one thing that does improve with age is our teeth. Old people get perfect, white, even, marvellous grins. Paradoxically, we simultaneously lose our sense of humour.

I’ve had four children in two batches. It’s not for me to say if I’ve been a good father; that’s between the kids and their respective therapists. But I think I’ve been more benign second time round. With the first two, now 21 and 23, I was a cross between a Butlins Redcoat and Savonarola. I had plans and theories; I thought children were blank and malleable. I was brought up in the Sixties by Sixties parents who drank Sixties Kool-Aid. Much as I loved them I didn’t want to be like them, just as they didn’t want to be like their parents.

I had no plan or ambition for my kids and no Tiggerish belief in education. I know all the competitive insecurity that infects parents around schools, exams and universities. I’ve seen too many desperate kids becoming extensions of adults’ vanity, insecurity and desire for a second chance. And I told my children I had no interest in seeing their reports or knowing their exam results. Nothing they achieve will ever make me prouder of them than the day they were born. Nothing they do or don’t do will make me love them an iota less.

With his partner Nicola
With his partner Nicola

Through empirical trials I have discovered there is no intergenerational conflict that can’t be sorted with a tenner. Just say sorry and I’ll give you a tenner. Clean your room — there’s a tenner in it. Get your aunt a birthday card; keep the change. It’s not money; it’s a MacGuffin, a prop that allows everyone to back down without losing face or temper. And oddly I’ve managed to produce four of the least miserly and acquisitive children.

How did my generation do? Well, we get blamed for being selfish and self-obsessed and soft and pushing up house prices and saddling the next generation with hideous debts and nowhere to live and I suppose that’s not entirely unfair.

We are ridiculously obsessed with food, buy too many things and have too many clothes. But we didn’t start a war. Well, not a big one. And we didn’t nuke anyone. We defused the Cold War. We believed in the collective good. Although we came to confuse gestures with actions and we think going on a march and writing a letter are the same as doing something, making the world better.

We were the generation that were relentlessly for civil rights, human rights, gay rights, disability rights, equality, fairness. We were implacably against racism and censorship. We defended freedom of speech, religion and expression. We will leave the world better fed and better off than when we arrived in it.

Britain is a far happier, richer and fairer place than it was 60 years ago. And if you think that’s wishful self-promotion, you have no idea how grim and threadbare Britain in the Fifties was. You weren’t there, you don’t remember.

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‘Sir Edward Heath abused my 14yo friend,’ Jimmy Savile’s nephew alleges — RT UKDisgraced DJ Jimmy Savile’s nephew alleges his friend was sexually abused by former Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath at parties in the 1970s.

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Steve BrooksteinVerified account ‏@stevebrookstein  12m12 minutes ago

Sir Edward Heath #pizzagate

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  1. The Page‏@_ThePage 12m12 minutes ago

Wiltshire Police Chief says probe into Sir Edward Heath child sex abuse allegations ‘not a witch-hunt’ http://dlvr.it/MnrzkG  ^Independent

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  1. Steve BrooksteinVerified account‏@stevebrookstein 28m28 minutes ago

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No shit.. Sir Edward Heath was a closet homsexual who liked to bang boys and throw their corpses off his yacht. #AveIt

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Police chief reveals ‘significant number of allegations’ against Sir Edward Heath http://ln.is/vQQXd  by #SkyNews via @c0nvey

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  1. Bob Chambers™‏@bob_chambers_ 28m28 minutes ago

At time of his political career, the average person thought Sir Edward Heath was a nonce. The establishment politely refused to acknowledge.

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  1. #MurdochsDemocracy‏@evertonfc2 29m29 minutes ago

I hope they’ve gone through that Yacht with swobs “Sir Edward Heath” This is about the Children not that pricks reputation #PureToryScum

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  1. Lydia Blue‏@catpriya5 30m30 minutes ago

Those who say Sir Edward Heath is dead so allegations against him should be ignored have no idea the suffering of victims who need closure

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ITV NewsVerified account ‏@itvnews  44m44 minutes ago

Sir Edward Heath probe ‘not a fishing trip or witch-hunt’, police chief says http://www.itv.com/news/2016-12-02/sir-edward-heath-probe-not-a-fishing-trip-of-witch-hunt-police-chief-says/ …

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Cosmo Smallpiece ‏@Cosmopeleton  48m48 minutes ago

Which football club did Sir Edward Heath support? Could be a few openings there… x. #SirEdwardHeath #football

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  1. Andreas Berg‏@sechser1969  1h1 hour ago

Police chief reveals allegations against Heath – Former Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath in 1971

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  1. Sky NewsVerified account‏@SkyNews  1h1 hour ago

Police chief reveals ‘significant number of allegations’ against Sir Edward Heath http://news.sky.com/story/police-chief-reveals-significant-number-of-allegations-against-sir-edward-heath-10680646 …

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Danny ShawVerified account ‏@DannyShawBBC  2h2 hours ago

Sir Edward Heath abuse inquiry is exploring a “significant number of allegations spanning a significant number of individuals” – police say

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  1. james reeves‏@reeves3915  Nov 30

Sir Edward Heath child abuse allegations: This time we MUST know the truth – Paul Routledge – Mirror Online

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  1. james reeves‏@reeves3915  Nov 25

Mother claims a child vanished after going on Sir Edward Heath‘s yacht | Daily Mail Online

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Sir Edward Heath, was known to visit the Jersey care home the Haute Garrene to take young boys on his yacht.

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JERSEY:Children were loaned to rich paedophile yachtsmen https://theukdatabase.com/councillorspolitical-party-affiliated/jimmy-saville-witch-hunt-or-paedophile/jerseychildren-were-loaned-to-rich-paedophile-yachtsmen/ … #PizzaGate #TwitterGate #DrainTheSwamp

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  1. wend‏@tinyteapot666  Nov 22

Statement in relation to the Sir Edward Heath investigation following the Henriques Review http://www.wiltshire.police.uk/news/3117-statement-in-relation-to-the-sir-edward-heath-investigation-following-the-henriques-review …

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  1. com‏@newsoneplace  Nov 21

(Herald Scotland):#Sir #Edward Heath probe: Police must go where evidence takes them : A Home Office minister..

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  1. UglyKraut‏@uglykraut  Nov 21

Sir Edward Heath probe: Police must go where evidence takes them http://www.heraldscotland.com/news/14919077.Sir_Edward_Heath_probe__Police_must_go_where_evidence_takes_them/ … #OpDeathEaters

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  1. Musicianprofile‏@MusicianProfile  Nov 21

@BBCNews Sir Edward Heath has finally stopped turning in his grave after our Brexit vote. He never signed our sovereignty away.

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  1. Mikebythemoor‏@Mikeofthemoor  Nov 21

Michael Shrimpton on ex Tory PM Sir Edward Heath alleged links to Jimmy … https://youtu.be/IYGbWMRNuV0  via @YouTube

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  1. Tmak‏@Tmak___  Nov 21

Child sex abuse probe into ex-PM Sir Edward Heath branded a witch-hunt http://ift.tt/2gBl819 

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Recon ‏@LeeRecon  Nov 19

@Danhigh4 @d_seaman The U.K. Establishment have covered this up for decades! Sir Edward Heath, former British PM, is alleged to have…..

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@Sambonehere @natashalarebel Sir Edward Heath apparently personally murdered some of his victims. If truth came out U.K Gov would collapse!

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  1. Nelson Rodriguez‏@nelsonro51  Nov 18

Henry Kissinger to visit England to help raise funds for upkeep of Sir Edward Heath‘s country home

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  1. penelope‏@pennygeer  Nov 17

Wiltshire police arrest two people in Sir Edward Heath abuse inquiry

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  1. Jigsaw Man‏@Jigsawman2014  Nov 17

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Sir Edward Heath WAS involved in child sexual and physical abuse according to 61% of respondents. #childabuse

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Do you believe former prime minister Sir Edward Heath was involved in child sexual and physical abuse? #csainquiry Pls vote and retweet

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Two people arrested as part of police probe into child abuse allegations against Sir Edward Heath

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Two arrested in probe into Sir Edward Heath child sex allegations http://shr.gs/IUwOLDP 

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Mellow Yellow ‏@MellowOchre  Nov 16

Statement in relation to the Sir Edward Heath investigation following the Henriques Review means next to nothing! http://www.wiltshire.police.uk/news/3117-statement-in-relation-to-the-sir-edward-heath-investigation-following-the-henriques-review …

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Telegraph OpinionVerified account ‏@TeleComment  Nov 16

End the ludicrous historic abuse witch-hunt against Sir Edward Heath and others http://buff.ly/2eYPV1Z  http://buff.ly/2eYVMUF 

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It looks clear from this snapshot poll that people believe Sir Edward Heath was somehow involved in child abuse.

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Do you believe former prime minister Sir Edward Heath was involved in child sexual and physical abuse? #csainquiry Pls vote and retweet

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  1. Charles Norman‏@Charles14965472  Nov 16

Exclusive: Sir Edward Heath\’s godson calls for an end to \’vindictive\’ police inves

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Linda ‏@Elsie2127  Nov 16

Police accused of cynically smearing the reputation of Sir Edward Heath http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/11/15/police-accused-of-cynically-smearing-the-reputation-of-sir-edwar/ … via @telegraphnews

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  1. Paedo Britain‏@PaedoAbuseLiars  Nov 16

Two arrests in Sir Edward Heath child abuse investigation – Swindon Advertiser: Swindon Advertiser… http://dlvr.it/MgVF5z  #paedobritain

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  1. Azra‏@PeaceOnEarth222  Nov 15

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Child sex abuse probe into ex-PM Sir Edward Heath branded a witch-hunt by lifelong political enemy Harvey Proctor. https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/2179067/child-sex-abuse-probe-into-ex-pm-sir-edward-heath-branded-a-witch-hunt-by-lifelong-political-enemy-harvey-proctor/ …

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@chrisstacey1 @892Sharon @ciabaudo Don’t be fooled! Many key players in the shadows investigating this. I wont rest, till all is exposed….

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#TelegraphNews Police accused of cynically smearing the reputation of Sir Edward Heath https://goo.gl/hl4Ohk 

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Telegraph OpinionVerified account ‏@TeleComment  Nov 15

End the ludicrous historic abuse witch-hunt against Sir Edward Heath and others http://buff.ly/2fUmikR  http://buff.ly/2fUmIaK 

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  1. Conspiracy Outpost‏@copstaff  Nov 15

Detectives working on the inquiry into alleged child abuse by former Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath have arrested… http://dlvr.it/MgPMtJ 

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Police accused of cynically smearing the reputation of Sir Edward Heath http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/11/15/police-accused-of-cynically-smearing-the-reputation-of-sir-edwar/ …

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Telegraph NewsVerified account ‏@TelegraphNews  Nov 15

Police accused of cynically smearing the reputation of Sir Edward Heath http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/11/15/police-accused-of-cynically-smearing-the-reputation-of-sir-edwar/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter …

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  1. Police Professional‏@PoliceP  Nov 15

Two arrests over Sir Edward Heath ‘sex attacks’ @wiltshirepolice @metpoliceuk @IPCCNews @LincolnSeligman http://bit.ly/2eCI6Ue 

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Wiltshire News ‏@WiltshireNews  Nov 15

Two arrests in Sir Edward Heath child abuse investigation

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  1. Jigsaw Man‏@Jigsawman2014  Nov 15

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A mountain of information linking Sir Edward Heath to Jimmy Savile and child abuse. Is it evidence? Where’s the beef? Please vote and rtwt

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Do you believe former prime minister Sir Edward Heath was involved in child sexual and physical abuse? #csainquiry Pls vote and retweet

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David IckeVerified account ‏@davidicke  Nov 15

Two people arrested as part of police probe into child abuse allegations against Sir Edward Heath http://bit.ly/2gbAKIy  #ChildAbuse

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Anthony John Wixted ‏@TrojanManifesto  Nov 15

Wiltshire police arrest two people in Sir Edward Heath abuse inquiry

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Mark Watts ‏@MarkWatts_1  Nov 15

Wiltshire Police made two arrests in ‘Operation Conifer’ re Sir Edward Heath, but is not saying much about them: http://www.wiltshire.police.uk/news/news 

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Wiltshire police arrest two people in Sir Edward Heath abuse inquiry

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Mikkil ‏@MikkiL  Nov 15

Two arrested in probe into Sir Edward Heath child sex allegations http://shr.gs/IUwOLDP 

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Mark Watts ‏@MarkWatts_1  Nov 15

Wiltshire Police released statement on ‘Operation Conifer’ CSA probe into Sir Edward Heath after establishment mounted campaign to shut it.

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Dr Hannah Quirk ‏@HannahQuirk1  Nov 15

Sir Edward Heath‘s godson calls for end to ‘vindictive’ police investigation via @barristerblog http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/11/13/exclusive-sir-edward-heaths-godson-calls-for-an-end-to-vindictiv/ … via @telegraphnews

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Cops arrest two in investigation into allegations of child abuse made against former prime minister Sir Edward Heath

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  1. Spire FMVerified account‏@SpireFM  Nov 15

NEWS: @wiltshirepolice probing child abuse allegations against Sir Edward Heath arrest two people: http://www.spirefm.co.uk/news/local-news/2151430/arrests-made-in-edward-heath-child-sex-abuse-investigation/ …

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ITV News WestCountryVerified account ‏@itvwestcountry  Nov 15

Two people arrested in Sir Edward Heath abuse inquiry http://www.itv.com/news/westcountry/update/2016-11-15/wiltshire-police-arrest-two-people-in-sir-edward-heath-abuse-inquiry/ …

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  1. William Hague‏@WillllamJHague  Nov 15

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50% believe former PM Sir Edward Heath was involved in child abuse. Still plenty of time for you to vote and please retweet. #csainquiry

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Do you believe former prime minister Sir Edward Heath was involved in child sexual and physical abuse? #csainquiry Pls vote and retweet

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Statement in relation to the Sir Edward Heath investigation following the Henriques Review http://www.wiltshire.police.uk/news/3117-statement-in-relation-to-the-sir-edward-heath-investigation-following-the-henriques-review …@

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  1. Cassandra Cogno‏@CassandraCogno  Nov 14

Exclusive: Sir Edward Heath‘s godson calls for an end to ‘vindictive’ police investigation http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/11/13/exclusive-sir-edward-heaths-godson-calls-for-an-end-to-vindictiv/ … via @telegraphnews

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  1. Jigsaw Man‏@Jigsawman2014  Nov 14

Two arrested over Sir Edward Heath ‘sex attacks’ – Evening Standard https://apple.news/AI6EOtUL4RS-v1220-38TUA …

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  1. londonuk‏@london_uknews  Nov 14

Two arrested over Sir Edward Heath &amp;apos;sex attacks&amp;apos; #London http://www.newslocker.com/en-uk/region/london/two-arrested-over-sir-edward-heath-ampapossex-attacksampapos/ …

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Two people arrested as part of police probe into child abuse allegations against Sir Edward Heath

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  1. Global’s NewsroomVerified account‏@globalsnewsroom  Nov 14

Two people have been arrested in an investigation into allegations of child abuse made against former prime minister Sir Edward Heath

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Statement in relation to the Sir Edward Heath investigation following the Henriques Review @ciabaudo http://www.wiltshire.police.uk/news/3117-statement-in-relation-to-the-sir-edward-heath-investigation-following-the-henriques-review …

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  1. AVENGER‏@REBELTROOP  Nov 14

Sir Edward Heath‘s godson calls for an end to ‘vindictive’ police investigation http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/11/13/exclusive-sir-edward-heaths-godson-calls-for-an-end-to-vindictiv/ … via @telegraphnews @ciabaudo

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Tom Symonds ‏@BBCTomSymonds  Nov 14

Wiltshire Police: two men arrested by Operation Conifer which has also been investigating allegations against former PM Sir Edward Heath

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Danny ShawVerified account ‏@DannyShawBBC  Nov 14

Wiltshire Police say detectives from Op Conifer, inquiry into alleged child abuse by ex-PM Sir Edward Heath, have separately made 2 arrests

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  1. Trent‏@RandolphTrent  Nov 14

A CHILD sex abuse probe into ex-PM Sir Edward Heath has been branded “absurd” its in that rag! place text into google if you want to see!

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Anthony John Wixted ‏@TrojanManifesto  Nov 14

Child sex abuse probe into ex-PM Sir Edward Heath branded a witch-hunt by lifelong political enemy Harvey Proctor https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/2179067/child-sex-abuse-probe-into-ex-pm-sir-edward-heath-branded-a-witch-hunt-by-lifelong-political-enemy-harvey-proctor/ …

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  1. Ted Hardman‏@TedHardman19  Nov 14

TIL that Margaret Thatcher, Education Secretary under Sir Edward Heath, abolished free milk for school children ov…

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  1. The TelegraphVerified account‏@Telegraph  Nov 14

End the ludicrous historic abuse witch-hunt against Sir Edward Heath and others #premium

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Linda ‏@Elsie2127  Nov 14

Exclusive: Sir Edward Heath‘s godson calls for an end to ‘vindictive’ police investigation http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/11/13/exclusive-sir-edward-heaths-godson-calls-for-an-end-to-vindictiv/ … via @telegraphnews

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Telegraph OpinionVerified account ‏@TeleComment  Nov 14

End the ludicrous historic abuse witch-hunt against Sir Edward Heath and others http://www.telegraph.co.uk/opinion/2016/11/14/end-the-ludicrous-historic-abuse-witch-hunt-against-sir-edward-h/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter …

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  1. Siska Noleh‏@SiskaMnoleh  Nov 14

http://ift.tt/2fLAT1e  ←← #bokep #bokepkorea Istri Kenikmatan Child sex abuse probe into ex-PM Sir Edward Heath branded a witch-hunt by…

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  1. Paedo Britain‏@PaedoAbuseLiars  Nov 14

Child sex abuse probe into ex-PM Sir Edward Heath branded a witch-hunt by lifelong political enemy… http://dlvr.it/MfjrYh  #paedobritain

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UK Politics News ‏@Newsminster  Nov 13London, England

Exclusive: Sir Edward Heath‘s godson calls for an end to ‘vindictive’ police investigation http://bit.ly/2g4bSCe  #Politics

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  1. Mischief‏@mischiefx  Nov 13

Exclusive: Sir Edward Heath‘s godson calls for an end to ‘vindictive’ police investigation http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/11/13/exclusive-sir-edward-heaths-godson-calls-for-an-end-to-vindictiv/ … via @telegraphnews

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  1. The TelegraphVerified account‏@Telegraph  Nov 13

#Exclusive: Sir Edward Heath‘s godson calls for an end to ‘vindictive’ police investigation

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Telegraph NewsVerified account ‏@TelegraphNews  Nov 13

Exclusive: Sir Edward Heath‘s godson calls for an end to ‘vindictive’ police investigation

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Dragutin Popovic ‏@Truejustice11  Nov 8

@BarristerSecret @Fr33domF0x Sir Edward Heath committed treason in 1972. Our constitution reins supreme.All PM’s are traitors.

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james reeves ‏@reeves3915  Nov 7

Sir Edward Heath child abuse claims: Metropolitan and Jersey Police ‘join investigation into Tory ex-Prime Minister’

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  1. james reeves‏@reeves3915  Nov 7

Jimmy Savile’s nephew claims Sir Edward Heath abused his 14-year-old pal at London party – Mirror Online

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  1. Chintuuu!‏@mazedaarcat  Nov 5

Charge ‘evil’ sex abuse fantasist, say family of man who made up claims against Lord Bramall, Lord Brittan and Sir Edward Heath

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  1. Andreas Baader‏@stop1984  Nov 2

Sir Edward Heath abused my 14yo friend,’ Jimmy Savile’s nephew alleges https://www.rt.com/uk/311865-edward-heath-saville-nephew/#.WBnxCndK870.twitter … 2015

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3rd Neville Chamberlain, Tony Blair in fourth spot, while Gordon Brown and Sir Edward Heath were tied for fifth place

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Dylan @DylanStrain

Thatcher named worst prime minister in 100 years, Cameron 2nd. You’d think people would learn! #ToriesOut http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/margaret-thatcher-worst-prime-minister-pm-david-cameron-century-100-years-a7367481.html …

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  1. Abu Umar Al-Hanbali‏@AlAfreeqi  Oct 24

@KeynesianRev @terrynation77 @Muslim_Patrol the funeral white British (and gay) child abuser “Sir” Edward Heath

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  1. Rebecca Tregarthen‏@rejoove  Oct 24

All gathered for the inaugural Sir Edward Heath Centenary Campaign Dinner in the stunning Banqueting House

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  1. Andreas Baader‏@stop1984  Oct 15

Sir Edward Heath: dozen police probes across UK become one http://www.exaronews.com/articles/5638/sir-edward-heath-dozen-police-probes-across-uk-become-one#.WAKYNGYUJd4.twitter … 2015

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  1. Shona Duncan‏@duncan_shona  Oct 9

@Peter_Fox59 This MI5 agent investigated #pedophilia in #UK #government (Sir Edward Heath) and got #obstructed https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xM4a1aAkCjo …

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  1. Shona Duncan‏@duncan_shona  Oct 6

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Sir Edward Heath raped boys. The police covered it up. Some in the government knew and couldn’t blow the whistle for fear of retribution.

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BARRIE #TROWER 15/07/2014 (MI5 agent) investigated #pedophilia, #British #government #coverups https://youtu.be/xM4a1aAkCjo

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  1. Robert Charleston‏@VanCharleston  Oct 1

Henry Kissinger to visit England to help raise funds for upkeep of Sir Edward Heath‘s child sex abuse cover up. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/09/30/henry-kissinger-to-visit-england-to-help-raise-funds-for-upkeep/ …

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  1. DTN Libya‏@DTNLibya  Oct 1

DTN Libya Unrest: Henry Kissinger to visit England to help raise funds for upkeep of Sir Edward Heath‘s count…

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#NahBabyNah ‏@NahBabyNah  Sep 30

Henry Kissinger to visit England to help raise funds for upkeep of Sir Edward Heath‘s country home:

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Thus Spake ‏@thus_spake  Sep 30

Henry Kissinger to visit England to help raise funds for upkeep of Sir Edward Heath‘s country home: http://bit.ly/2dLOVCf  (Telg)

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Henry Kissinger to visit England to help raise funds for upkeep of Sir Edward Heath‘s country home: http://bit.ly/2dLOVCf  ^Telegraph

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Henry Kissinger to visit England to help raise funds for upkeep of Sir Edward Heath‘s country home

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Telegraph NewsVerified account ‏@TelegraphNews  Sep 30

Henry Kissinger to visit England to help raise funds for upkeep of Sir Edward Heath‘s country home

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  1. Mickey‏@TiteComm  Sep 22

I added a video to a @YouTube playlist http://youtu.be/Ez02rM9CvgU?a  Michael Shrimpton on ex Tory PM Sir Edward Heath alleged links to Jimmy

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Yen Lin Chong ‏@dulwichplumber  Sep 19Lambeth, London

@pauleggleston I once received a tie through the post from the Rt. Hon. Sir Edward Heath – which our student charity auctioned off

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  1. anajinn‏@anajinn  Sep 16

Jimmy Savile’s nephew claims Sir Edward Heath ‘abused 14-year-old at London party’

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Sam Webber ‏@samdwebber  Sep 12

@Gaylussite True of course but Sir Edward Heath carried on as an MP until 2001!

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  1. View Magazines‏@View_Magazines  Sep 6

In this month’s issue: Edward Bickham on Sir Edward Heath’s sense of humour, and political cartoons @Arundells

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  1. Timothy J Meagher‏@TimothyMeagher  Sep 1

A calm sea does not make a skilled sailor Sir Edward Heath http://ow.ly/R9mx303FwXQ  #leadgenerationhttp://fb.me/8ijN1liX3 

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  1. Salisbury Journal‏@journalupdate  Aug 29

New exhibition of cartoons looks at Sir Edward Heath‘s political career http://bit.ly/2bui0iV  #salisbury

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Marion Steggles ‏@marionste  Aug 29

New exhibition of cartoons looks at Sir Edward Heath‘s political career http://ln.is/co.uk/XHjjP 

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  1. Spirit of Savile‏@moor_facts  Aug 24

This debate was largely stemming from the treatment of Lord Bramall, Sir Edward Heath and Sir Cliff Richard.

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  1. Salisbury Journal‏@journalupdate  Aug 20

Sir Edward Heath‘s former home to host volunteer open day http://bit.ly/2bSfyWo  #salisbury

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  1. Andreas Baader‏@stop1984  Aug 19

FOUR police forces have received child sex abuse claims naming Sir Edward Heath http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/sir-edward-heath-child-abuse-6194677#ICID=sharebar_twitter … 2015

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  1. My Sweet Landlord‏@MySweetLandlord  Aug 12

2/3 “The accusations against Leon Brittan, Lord Bramall and the late Sir Edward Heath, which had moved Labour’s deputy leader, Tom Watson

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  1. Robert Charleston‏@VanCharleston  Aug 11

Sir Edward Heath – dozen police probes across UK become one” #CSAinquiry http://www.exaronews.com/articles/5638/sir-edward-heath-dozen-police-probes-across-uk-become-one …

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  1. Andreas Baader‏@stop1984  Aug 5

Sir Edward Heath‘s Whip covered up scandals ‘involving small boys’ http://dailym.ai/1IkxrDm  via @MailOnline 2015

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  1. Robert Charleston‏@VanCharleston  Aug 5

5th Aug’15: Sir Edward Heath child abuse allegations reaction – video

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  1. Robert Charleston‏@VanCharleston  Aug 3

3rd Aug’15: Sir Edward Heath abuse claims: IPCC investigates police.

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  1. William Russell Dunn‏@William_Dunn  Aug 1

Obituary: Sir Edward Heath

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Chief Crazy Horse ‏@onecrazychief  Jul 31

@onecrazychief Sir Edward Heath: “We should frankly recognise this surrender of sovereignty and its purpose.” http://campaignforanindependentbritain.org.uk/tag/hugh-gaitskell/ …

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  1. Andrew Loog Oldham‏@loogoldham  Jul 31

EPHRAIM HARDCASTLE’s column focuses on Sir Edward Heath http://dailym.ai/2aaZWZl  via @MailOnline

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  1. Ellen Fisch‏@ellenfisch  Jul 28

Sir Edward Heath – at home https://tfeanda.com/2016/07/28/sir-edward-heath-at-home/ … via @tfeanda

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  1. No Labour In Politix‏@Labour_is_PIE  Jul 25

#rochdale #labour The return of the unacceptable face of capitalism: Sir Edward Heath‘s p… http://bit.ly/2apBu7j  #middleton #heywood

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  1. Arundells‏@Arundells  Jul 22

Lord Heseltine with some of the Trustees and Friends of @Arundells after last night’s Sir Edward Heath Lecture

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  1. Atiqul Hoque‏@atiqulhoque76  Jul 21Guildhall Salisbury

Sir Edward Heath Annual lecture, by Michael Heseltine.

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  1. john jones‏@caterhamcr3  Jul 20

Sir Edward Heath abused my 14yo friend,’ Jimmy Savile’s nephew alleges

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  1. Arundells‏@Arundells  Jul 18

Sir Edward Heath at the helm of the first ‘Morning Cloud’ to win the Sydney to Hobart race in 1969.

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  1. MAD WORLD‏@BAZRAMBLER  Jul 18

Reminder who signed us into EU. Mother claims child vanished after going on Sir Edward Heath‘s yacht http://dailym.ai/1MeqkjV  via @MailOnline

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  1. kkrriiss‏@kkrriiss19  Jul 18

Mother claims a child vanished after going on Sir Edward Heath‘s yacht | Daily Mail Online http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3187665/Mother-claims-told-police-child-vanished-going-Sir-Edward-Heath-s-yacht-officers-warned-not-investigate-above.html …

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  1. Allan‏@allan_cheapshot  Jul 14

The original British Bulldogs of Sir Edward Heath & Lord Jonathan Foley with their mascot Winston.

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Helen Varley ‏@HelenVarlz  Jul 11

@tormodflaten @katrinamarzella Wow,I had no idea that @blackdyke had been conducted by former prime minister Sir Edward Heath!!

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Tormod Flaten ‏@tormodflaten  Jul 11Meland, Norge

@HelenVarlz A new Sir Edward Heath? @katrinamarzella

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  1. Type & Forme‏@TypeAndForme  Jul 11

As new PM #TheresaMay prepares for #Brexit, the #bookplate of Sir Edward Heath, who took the UK into the EEC in 73.

 

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Arthur_S ‏@allanholloway  Jul 11City of London, London

Either side of Sir Edward Heath, whose main achievement was to take Britain into the EEC (now EU). Worked out well:

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  1. Kelly R. Brown‏@TheBiographGirl  Jul 9

9 July 1916 UK Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath born

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Robert Garrow-Pugh ‏@robga_  Jul 9

@HeyHoEatPie The 1975 conservative party leadership election in which Margaret Thatcher beat Sir Edward Heath #HistoricalCelebrities

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  1. Bryn Jones‏@bryn00  Jul 9

The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography’s article about Sir Edward Heath: http://www.oxforddnb.com/public/lotw/1.html …

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  1. Bryn Jones‏@bryn00  Jul 9

Today is the 100th anniversary of the birth of Sir Edward Heath, the prime minister who took the UK into the European Economic Community.

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Rick Brutti ‏@Rbrutti  Jul 9

Sir Edward Heath was born 100 years ago today in Broadstairs, UK https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_Heath …

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UKEPP ‏@UK_EPP  Jul 9

The Centenary today of a great British Prime Minister & great European: The Rt Hon Sir Edward Heath KG MBE http://www.4freedomsparty.eu/1/post/2016/07/the-centenary-today-of-a-great-british-prime-minister-great-european-the-rt-hon-sir-edward-heath-kg-mbe.html …

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  1. Salisbury Cathedral‏@SalisburyCath  Jul 9

Marking the cenentary of Sir Edward Heath KG, MBE, 1916

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Gyles Brandreth ‏@GylesB1  Jul 9

Private secretaries & colleagues of Sir Edward Heath marking his centenary outside his house (Lord Armstrong at R)

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  1. Gyles Brandreth‏@GylesB1  Jul 9

Here’s the centenary cake I had the honour of cutting at Sir Edward Heath‘s Salisbury home today: info@arundells.org

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  1. sophie dupre‏@SophieDupre  Jul 9

IN1916 Sir Edward Heath was born and In 1855 Lord Raglan died @Marc_Allum @BooksellersAnon @OlympiaBookFair

 

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Arthur_S ‏@allanholloway  Jul 9Islington, London

9 July 1916: Sir Edward Heath, UK PM 1970-4, born at 1 Holmwood Villas, Albion Road, Broadstairs, Kent:

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  1. UKEPP‏@UK_EPP  Jul 9

Centenary of one of Britain’s best PMs: WW2 hero, Cold War hero (splitting PRC from USSR), peace hero taking UK into EC. Sir Edward Heath.

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  1. Marcus Stead‏@MarcusStead  Jul 9Cardiff, Wales

I will not be celebrating Sir Edward Heath‘s 100th birthday today.

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  1. Gyles Brandreth‏@GylesB1  Jul 9

Yes, I’ll be joining friends, colleagues & admirers of Sir Edward Heath at his wonderful house in Salisbury to mark his centenary today.

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  1. Michael Walker‏@mikerestorer  Jul 5

Jimmy Savile’s nephew claims Sir Edward Heath ‘abused 14-year-old at London party’

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Dragutin Popovic ‏@Truejustice11  Jul 2

@marcuschown Shame on all PM triators from Sir Edward Heath up to now.We want our country and our sovereignty back

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Dragutin Popovic ‏@Truejustice11  Jul 2

@marcuschown Sir Edward Heath committed a crime of treason by asigning our sovereignty to foreign laws

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david meredith ‏@davidmeredith76  Jun 29

@Choisse_8_nous Sir Edward Heath to you my colonial cuz, musician, yachtsman ,former prime minister, renowned bachelor & suspected nonce..

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  1. Andreas Baader‏@stop1984  Jun 29

Sir Edward Heath: Met also investigates claims of child sex abuse http://www.exaronews.com/articles/5629/sir-edward-heath-met-also-investigates-claims-of-child-sex-abuse#.V3OxNQIHCGg.twitter … Aug/2015

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  1. Godolphin School‏@GodolphinSchool  Jun 29

History and English Alpinists visited Arundells, former residence of Sir Edward Heath and former site of Godolphin!

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feather ‏@oohincensed  Jun 26South East, England

@Avitusparta The Blackmailing of Britain – ‘Jim’ll Fix It’ – Sir Edward Heathhttp://www.abeldanger.net/2014/07/the-blackmailing-of-britain-jimll-fix.html …

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  1. Dumisa Nkwamba‏@DNkwamba  Jun 25

Tweet on Sir Edward Heath is withdrawn. ERROR. Apologies

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  1. Judy‏@Judy_Bradby  Jun 24

If Sir Edward Heath were alive today, would he have voted to stay in? #EUref

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The Lounge Film Co. ‏@TheTsl  Jun 24

@dick_nixon me thinks this was orchestrated long ago by you and Sir Edward Heath.

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  1. Robert Morrison‏@RAM_0629  Jun 24

Robert Morrison Retweeted BBC Breaking News

Sir Edward Heath is rolling over in his grave #Brexit

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BBC Breaking News @BBCBreaking

BBC forecasts UK votes to #Leave the European Union http://bbc.in/28RVXAE  #EURef #Brexit

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  1. Andreas Baader‏@stop1984  Jun 23

Sir Edward Heath abused my 14yo friend,’ Jimmy Savile’s nephew alleges http://bit.ly/1LeTjm5  2015

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  1. Arundells‏@Arundells  Jun 23

July 9th marks the centenary of Sir Edward Heath‘s birth so we thought it would be nice to post some photographs from his life.

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Startled Jesus ‏@StartledJesus  Jun 22

@Robbo_Robson Hector’s House. I’m all over it. Hector was voiced by erstwhile PM, Sir Edward Heath. Very topical.

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  1. Marie‏@marie52d  Jun 21

Mother claims child vanished after going on Sir Edward Heath‘s yacht http://dailym.ai/1MeqkjV  via @MailOnline

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Agustí Bordas Cuscó ‏@AgustiBordas  Jun 21Ottawa, Ontario

.@llfoix gran retrat de (Sir) Edward Heath. Quina llàstima que se li rebel·lés l’antiga Secretària d’educació.

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  1. ROSE WYNES DEVLIN‏@rosewynes  Jun 20

“If I may be forgiven an anecdote my exposure of Sir Edward Heath as a German agent (he was recruited by the… http://fb.me/19gx08KR7 

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  1. Andreas Baader‏@stop1984  Jun 16

Jimmy Savile’s nephew claims Sir Edward Heath abused his pal at London party http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/jimmy-saviles-nephew-claims-sir-6208663#ICID=sharebar_twitter … 2015

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paul robson ‏@5stringpaul  Jun 15

paul robson Retweeted Victor Lewis-Smith

…as is Sir Edward Heath

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Victor Lewis-Smith @TVOFFAL

Quite a royal club. Sir Cyril Smith. Sir Jimmy Savile. Sir Peter Morrison & now Sir Clement Freud. At least Sir Cliff is beyond suspicion.

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  1. Paul Martin‏@PaulMar13470207  Jun 8

With total respect for Sir Edward Heath. Mike Ashley;the totally unacceptable face of capitalism for the 21st century.

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feather ‏@oohincensed  Jun 6

@Avitusparta The Blackmailing of Britain – ‘Jim’ll Fix It’ – Sir Edward Heath‘s (Abwehr Agent) Yacht ‘Morning Cloud’ http://www.abeldanger.net/2014/07/the-blackmailing-of-britain-jimll-fix.html …

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  1. ArtsCultureMediaJobs‏@acmjobs  Jun 5

LAST CHANCE! Arundells, Sir Edward Heath Charitable Foundation, seek Manager and Curator £30k http://www.artsculturemediajobs.com/viewjob.php?lid=8365&comp=Arundells%2C+Sir+Edward+Heath+Charitable+Foundation&title=Arundells%2C+Manager+and+Curator … @Arunells #museumjobs

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  1. Polistorian‏@Polistorian  Jun 4

Review of Arundells- Sir Edward Heath‘s old home https://polistorian.wordpress.com/2016/06/04/arundells-a-review-of-ted-heaths-home/ …

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James Heale ‏@JAHeale  Jun 4

Did a review of @Arundells – the former home of Sir Edward Heath https://polistorian.wordpress.com/2016/06/04/arundells-a-review-of-ted-heaths-home/ …

 

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  1. Guardian Arts Jobs‏@GJ_Arts_London  Jun 4

Arundells Manager and Curator – Salisbury, Wiltshire – SIR EDWARD HEATH CHARITABLE FOUNDATION

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Giles DilnotVerified account ‏@reporterboy  May 25

@reporterboy here is in Jan talking about being For Sec. Also he has two dogs: Sir Edward Heath & Dame Norma Minor

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  1. Sioned Williams‏@SionedWilliams3  May 23

Sir Edward Heath signs EEC Treaty of Accession 1 January 1973

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  1. Will‏@TheScafellPike  May 22

@ChrisWhiteside3 Quote of the day 22nd May 2016: (Sir Edward) “Heath loved to sign copies of… http://bit.ly/20lAimU  #TheScafellTimes

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  1. Janet Redler (JRTT)‏@INFOJRTT  May 19

#Salisbury a great visit to the Arundells photo of #Welsh artist Augustus John with Sir Edward Heath #destination

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Hotspur ‏@stgeorgeiscross  May 13

‘No evidence’ prosecution dropped over alleged Sir Edward Heath link – BBC News

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Mark Watts ‏@MarkWatts_1  May 13

Wiltshire Police: key reason for inv into CSA allegs against Sir Edward Heath is to examine whether there are any living offenders. #Conifer

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  1. fllio‏@fllioinc  May 13

SIR EDWARD HEATH CHARITABLE FOUNDATION: Arundells Manager and Curator

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  1. Skim Read News‏@skimreadnews  May 12

The BBC must put Nigel Farage up against Sir Edward Heath.

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UK News ‏@UK__News  May 12

Police are to continue their probe into child abuse allegations against Sir Edward Heath despite cost concerns.

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  1. BBC WiltshireVerified account‏@BBCWiltshire  May 12

‘No evidence’ @wiltshirepolice dropped case because of allegations about Sir Edward Heath http://bbc.in/1UWnG69 

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  1. Gunow UK‏@Gunow_uk  May 12

Probe finds police did NOT stop brothel owner’s prosecution because she was going to claim Sir Edward Heath wa… http://goo.gl/gXULZs 

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  1. News, Views, People.‏@NVPeople  May 12

Probe finds police did NOT stop brothel owner’s prosecution because she was going to claim Sir Edward Heath was a … http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3587146/Probe-finds-police-did-NOT-stop-brothel-owner-s-prosecution-going-claim-Sir-Edward-Heath-paedophile.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490 …

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Press AssociationVerified account ‏@PA  May 12

‘No evidence’ prosecution of woman shelved over alleged Sir Edward Heath link http://bit.ly/1Ol97rb 

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  1. thisisdorset‏@thisisdorset  May 12

Sir Edward Heath: ‘No evidence’ investigation was dropped after brothel owner threat: An investigation has fo… http://bit.ly/1s1djST 

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  1. Shanna‏@ShannaIDK  May 12

Daily Mail ‘no evidence’ prosecution of woman shelved over alleged sir edward heath link Daily Mail There is no… http://dlvr.it/LHrjz5 

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  1. Alan McGuinnessVerified account‏@Alan_McGuinness  May 12

‘No evidence’ police sabotaged trial to suppress allegations of sexual offences involving former PM Sir Edward Heath http://bit.ly/1TRD7dq 

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  1. Sunny Leone‏@RuchaPatel5  May 12

‘no evidence’ prosecution of woman shelved over alleged sir edward heath link http://friendtagboard.com/2016/05/12/no-evidence-prosecution-of-woman-shelved-over-alleged-sir-edward-heath-link-2/ …

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  1. pointerlu‏@pointerlu  May 12

The police watchdog finds no evidence a prosecution was not pursued in a child sex abuse inquiry into Sir Edward Heath by Wiltshire Police.

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  1. Daily EchoVerified account‏@dailyecho  May 12

Sir Edward Heath: ‘No evidence’ investigation was dropped after brothel owner threat http://bit.ly/1YnJuq0 

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Sky News NewsdeskVerified account ‏@SkyNewsBreak  May 12

IPCC has found Wiltshire Police did not deliberately sabotage a trial in order to suppress allegations involving former PM Sir Edward Heath

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  1. The Page‏@_ThePage  May 12

Sir Edward Heath: No evidence Wiltshire Police scrapped pro… http://www.itv.com/news/2016-05-12/sir-edward-heath-no-evidence-wiltshire-police-scrapped-prosecution-over-ex-pm-abuse-claims/ … | https://twibble.io 

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simon israelVerified account ‏@simonisrael  May 12

IPCC clears Wiltshire Police of dropping prosecution of a brothel keeper because of threats to name Sir Edward Heath as abuser of young men

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  1. IPCCVerified account‏@IPCCNews  May 12

We found no evidence to suggest a court case was dropped because the defendant threatened to make an allegation against Sir Edward Heath

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ITV NewsVerified account ‏@itvnews  May 12

Sir Edward Heath: ‘No evidence’ police scrapped prosecution over ex-PM abuse claims http://www.itv.com/news/2016-05-12/sir-edward-heath-no-evidence-wiltshire-police-scrapped-prosecution-over-ex-pm-abuse-claims/ …

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Tom Symonds ‏@BBCTomSymonds  May 12

BREAKING: IPCC: ‘no evidence’ prosecution of brothel owner in Wiltshire was not pursued because defendant alleged Sir Edward Heath a client

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  1. Andreas Baader‏@stop1984  May 12

£368k child sex abuse investigation into Sir Edward Heath ‘proportionate’ (From This Is Wiltshire) http://www.thisiswiltshire.co.uk/news/14488131.__368k_child_sex_abuse_investigation_into_Sir_Edward_Heath__proportionate_/?ref=twtrec …

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  1. BBC WiltshireVerified account‏@BBCWiltshire  May 12

Wiltshire’s top police officer defends Sir Edward Heath investigation http://bbc.in/1Tclg0I 

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  1. Wiltshire Times‏@wiltshiretimes  May 12

£368k child sex abuse investigation into Sir Edward Heath ‘proportionate’: A CHILD sex abuse investigation in… http://bit.ly/24QWoUZ 

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  1. Robert Charleston‏@VanCharleston  May 11

Robert Charleston Retweeted Mark Watts

More than 12 forces…investigations into claims of #CSA involving former PM Sir Edward Heath #CSAinquiry #Kincora

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Mark Watts @MarkWatts_1

And what will come pouring out over many, many months is deeply, deeply unpleasant and disturbing. #VIPaedophiles http://www.exaronews.com

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  1. Darren Pearce‏@darrenpearce111  May 8

Mother claims child vanished after going on Sir Edward Heath‘s yacht http://dailym.ai/1MeqkjV  via @MailOnline 2015

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  1. aaomcic‏@aaomcic  May 7

Police watchdog to investigate handling of alleged claim of child sexual abuse made about former PM Sir Edward Heath

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  1. RomyAarona 😸 ‏@RomyAarona  May 4

,,Vor Fehlern ist niemand sicher. Das Kunststück besteht darin, denselben Fehler nicht noch einmal zu machen.” – Sir Edward Heath

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  1. Andreas Baader‏@stop1984  Apr 26

Jimmy Savile’s nephew claims Sir Edward Heath ‘abused 14-year-old at London party’ http://shr.gs/Wp5lJFe  2015

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  1. CarterCreative‏@Cartercreative  Apr 26

Who governs? That question, first posed by Sir Edward Heath in 1974, defined politics for the fol… http://bit.ly/1MVtX00  #healthnews

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Goyim resist ‏@BankersDidIt  Apr 22

Aug 2015 Sir Edward Heath is being investigated by SEVEN different police forces, including Jersey & Hampshire police force. @ianKerr #csa

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  1. China Exchange‏@ChinaExchangeUK  Apr 21

Talking #Thatcher, #Churchill & #Sir Edward Heath…personal anecdotes & insights Lord Lamont @ChinaExchangeUK now

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  1. In reply to ZED 

Robert Charleston ‏@VanCharleston  Apr 14

.@ZedTrafficker @stephenhunter21 @ciabaudo @Wavey_Gravy are they going to have to expunge all traces of former PM Sir Edward Heath?

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james reeves ‏@reeves3915  Apr 14

Sir Edward Heath ‘child sex claims’: police probe cover-up allegations (From Wandsworth Guardian) http://www.wandsworthguardian.co.uk/uk_national_news/13526167.Sir_Edward_Heath__child_sex_claims___police_probe_cover_up_allegations/?ref=rss …

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Robert Charleston ‏@VanCharleston  Apr 13

.@ciabaudo “Tory MP Michael Brown said Sir Edward Heath would have had 24-hour police protection…” etc etc

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  1. Andreas Baader‏@stop1984  Apr 9

Sir Edward Heath‘s Whip covered up scandals ‘involving small boys’ http://dailym.ai/1IkxrDm  via @MailOnline 2015

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  1. Liz 48% Anderson‏@liz_lizanderson  Apr 8

Arundells, Salisbury. Former home of former PM, Sir Edward Heath. A local cycles by & shouts “It’s notorious now!”

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  1. Robert Charleston‏@VanCharleston  Apr 5

Wonder if Sir Edward Heath ever had offshore accounts in Jersey, or was it mainly just yachting & child abuse? #panamapapers #csainquiry

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Großbritannien 84 ‏@4ever_eighties  Apr 1

@evibenstein these albums are priceless tho. Boomtown Rats Like Clockwork sung by Sir Edward Heath.

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Giles DilnotVerified account ‏@reporterboy  Mar 31

@JakeReesMogg @zatzi @leshinton 96 year old Lord Carrington has a dachshund called Dame Norma Minor….and another called Sir Edward Heath

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  1. William Bruton‏@WillBruton  Mar 27Salisbury, England

Arundells. Home to the late Sir Edward Heath. Keen sailor and former British Prime Minister… https://www.instagram.com/p/BDdp-MEO2tY/ 

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james reeves ‏@reeves3915  Mar 25

Sir Edward Heath child abuse claims: IPCC to probe allegation police failed to pursue ex-Tory PM – Mirror Online

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  1. Andreas Baader‏@stop1984  Mar 24

New claim that Sir Edward Heath raped boy aged 12, as police appeal to victims http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/uk-world-news/new-claim-sir-edward-heath-9785844#ICID=sharebar_twitter …

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  1. Andreas Baader‏@stop1984  Mar 24

Sir Edward Heath: At least seven police forces investigating abuse claims

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  1. Andreas Baader‏@stop1984  Mar 24

Sir Edward Heath – Allegations: http://www.avonandsomerset.police.uk/about-us/freedom-of-information/previous-foi-requests/investigations/sir-edward-heath-allegations/ …

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  1. NeFi®‏@NefiAbdullah  Mar 24

Eski İngiltere Başbakanlarından Sir Edward Heath’in milletvekiliyken bir çocuğa tacizde bulunduğu iddiası İngiltere gündemine oturdu

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Ian AxtonVerified account ‏@IanAxton  Mar 21

Wiltshire Police say the closure of #OperationMidland does not affect their on-going investigation into Sir Edward Heath.

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  1. Robert Charleston‏@VanCharleston  Mar 20

More than a dozen police forces investigating former PM Sir Edward Heath for alleged child sexual abuse. #ToryMeltdown #csainquiry

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  1. LindaCorby‏@LindaCorby  Mar 16

Former care home resident remembers Sir Edward Heath‘s visits

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  1. 亚洲新闻在线‏@Asian_News_  Mar 15

Sir Edward Heath home reopened to the public: Former British Prime Minister, Sir Edward Heath, visited China 2… http://bit.ly/1QUforX 

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  1. Andreas Baader‏@stop1984  Mar 14

Jimmy Savile’s nephew claims Sir Edward Heath ‘abused 14-year-old at London party’ http://shr.gs/Wp5lJFe  #XFiles

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  1. Jim Rose‏@JimRose69872629  Mar 10

Sir Edward Heath http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/obituaries/1494246/Sir-Edward-Heath.html … @Telegraph obituary writers that their finest – taking their feuds to beyond the grave

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Robert Charleston ‏@VanCharleston  Mar 6

.@LiamFoxMP More than a dozen forces carrying out #CSA investigations linked to former PM Sir Edward Heath?

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  1. Martin Noakes‏@Marndin12  Mar 3

@RichieAllenShow You can NEVER trust a Sir – Sir Jimmy Savile, Sir Cyril Smith, Sir Cliff, Sir Edward Heath, Sir/lord Britton on & on…

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Spirit of Savile ‏@moor_facts  Mar 2

“The most famous example is the former Prime Minister Sir Edward Heathhttp://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b071vjrm … Lying British Bastard Corporation again

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  1. Roger Hall‏@hall_roger  Mar 1

Sir Edward Heath has a lot to answer for taking us into the EU common market, but then again running yachts never came cheap #Brexit

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  1. Controversialink‏@Controversialnk  Feb 25

Sir Edward Heath abused boy of 14 at London party, says Jimmy Savile’s nephew

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  1. Catherine Vallely‏@Thebfromtuam  Feb 23

Retweeted Andreas Baader (@stop1984): Jimmy Savile’s nephew claims Sir Edward Heath abused his pal at London…

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Bitten Bech ‏@bitbech  Feb 20

Sir Edward Heath abused my 14yo friend,’ Jimmy Savile’s nephew alleges http://ln.is/www.rt.com/uk/z4gSc … INNOCENT until PROVEN guilty in a court law

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  1. NORBET‏@NORBET  Feb 19

Mother claims child vanished after going on Sir Edward Heath‘s yacht http://ln.is/www.dailymail.co.uk/ab5m7 … via @MailOnline #Tories #CSAinquiry #VIPRing

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  1. Anthony John Wixted‏@TrojanManifesto  Feb 19

Police chief defends scale of Sir Edward Heath Wiltshire sex abuse inquiry | Western Daily Press http://po.st/F9znhe  via @WesternDaily

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  1. Daniel Blake‏@moranrisin  Feb 19

Former MP quits charity board over delay in sale of Sir Edward Heath‘s home http://www.thirdsector.co.uk/former-mp-quits-charity-board-delay-sale-sir-edward-heaths-home/finance/article/1167569 …

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  1. Daniel Blake‏@moranrisin  Feb 19

Sir Edward Heath: Arundells house to be sold after flops as tourist attraction http://bit.ly/Vv7MwG  via @MailOnline

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  1. SW NEWS‏@ALLTHESWNEWS  Feb 19

Ted Heath probe to scour private papers: Thousands of former Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath‘s private papers …

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james reeves ‏@reeves3915  Feb 19

Memorial unveiled to the crew lost when Sir Edward Heath’s Morning Cloud broke http://po.st/Nhae1u  via @yachtingworld,MEN,OR BOYS??

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  1. Kit4Security‏@Kit4Security  Feb 19

Police ‘to examine Sir Edward Heath‘s private http://kit4security.co.uk/l/46810  #security #police #doorman #nightclub #sia #closeprotection #bouncer

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  1. Oxford Times‏@oxfordtimes  Feb 19

Sir Edward Heath‘s private papers held in Bodleian Library to be examined by police: A sprawling archive of Si…

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Press AssociationVerified account ‏@PA  Feb 19

Police ‘to examine Sir Edward Heath‘s private papers’ in sex abuse probe http://dailym.ai/1oOETkT 

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Adam ‏@ProperEllipsis  Feb 19

Pointless waste of public funds… Sir Edward Heath‘s private papers in Bodleian Library to be examined by police http://www.oxfordmail.co.uk/news/14288179.Sir_Edward_Heath_s_private_papers_held_in_Bodleian_Library_to_be_examined_by_police/?ref=twtrec …

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  1. Trent‏@RandolphTrent  Feb 19

Police to examine private papers of Sir Edward Heath in sex abuse probe http://www.heraldscotland.com/news/14288070.Police_to_examine_private_papers_of_Sir_Edward_Heath_in_sex_abuse_probe/ …

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Robert Winfield ‏@RobertWinfield2  Feb 19Leeds, England

Why are Wiltshire Police investigating Sir Edward Heath ? Who has the authority to stop this nonsense ?

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  1. com‏@newsoneplace  Feb 19

(Shropshire):#Police ‘to examine #Sir Edward Heath’s private papers’ in sex abuse probe : A sprawling archive.. http://www.newsoneplace.com/article/19840491509/police-sir-edward-heath-examine-private-papers …

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james reeves ‏@reeves3915  Feb 14

Mother claims child vanished after going on Sir Edward Heath‘s yacht

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  1. Jigsaw Man‏@Jigsawman2014  Feb 13

Sir Edward Heath may have been heterosexual!

 

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  1. Spirit of Savile‏@moor_facts  Feb 4

Spirit of Savile Retweeted Richard Bartholomew

“Wiltshire Police will lead on the national oversight and coordination of any investigations into Sir Edward Heath

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Richard Bartholomew @Barthsnotes

Get a job helping @wiltshirepolice to coordinate “any investigations into Sir Edward Heath” (died 2005) https://www.bluelinejobs.co.uk/jobs/view/7519/search …

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  1. Richard Bartholomew‏@Barthsnotes  Feb 4

Get a job helping @wiltshirepolice to coordinate “any investigations into Sir Edward Heath” (died 2005) https://www.bluelinejobs.co.uk/jobs/view/7519/search …

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  1. Anonymous‏@CovertAnonymous  Feb 2

YourAnonCentral: RT OpDeathEaters: Sir Edward Heath child rape claims: The brothel, the former PM and police cover-up at centre of probe …

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  1. direct democracy uk‏@DIRECTD3MOCRACY  Feb 2

#OPDEATHEATERS : #NAPAC – Sir Edward #Heath‘s name heard ‘quite often’ http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/video-news/video-napac-sir-edward-heaths-name-heard-quite-often-31425646.html … via @BelTel

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  1. Andreas Baader‏@stop1984  Feb 2

FOUR police forces have received child sex abuse claims naming Sir Edward Heath http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/sir-edward-heath-child-abuse-6194677#ICID=sharebar_twitter … 2015

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  1. Aimen Taki‏@AimenTaki  Jan 27

John Nicholson: Sir Edward Heath was on a mission to free British hostages being held by Saddam Hussain

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  1. Aimen Taki‏@AimenTaki  Jan 27

John Nicholson: Local taxis told me Sir Edward Heath was taken to a ‘bad place’. Turns out that that place was Saddam Hussains house

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  1. Aimen Taki‏@AimenTaki  Jan 27

John Nicholson: I was in Iraq in the run up to the Gulf War. My assignment was to find Sir Edward Heath who was lost, for a while, in Iraq

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  1. Catherine Vallely‏@Thebfromtuam  Jan 26

Retweeted Andreas Baader (@stop1984): Sir Edward Heath abused boy of 14 at London party, says Jimmy Savile’s…

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TSE ‏@TSEofPB  Jan 25

I get the feeling the corpse of Sir Edward Heath would win a majority against Corbyn.

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  1. Jake Hamby‏@jhamby  Jan 21Mountain View, CA

Sir Edward Heath sex claims nationwide probe to launch in days – Heath was one of David Icke’s “paedo-Reptilians”… http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3186503/New-probe-Ted-Heath-sex-claims-nationwide-Investigation-launch-days-detectives-continue-receive-number-calls-allegations-against-former-Prime-Minister.html …

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  1. Andreas Baader‏@stop1984  Jan 20

Sir Edward Heath abused my 14yo friend,’ Jimmy Savile’s nephew alleges

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  1. Andreas Baader‏@stop1984  Jan 20

Video: NAPAC – Sir Edward Heath‘s name heard ‘quite often’ http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/video-news/video-napac-sir-edward-heaths-name-heard-quite-often-31425646.html … via @BelTel

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  1. Kevin Swallow‏@_Owner_Driver  Jan 19

Original British Bulldogs Sir Edward Heath and Lord Jonathan Foley from Gulf Coast in 1975 http://gulfcoast.prorasslin.net/gcwa-wrestlers/tag-teams/the-british-bulldogs/ …

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Ellis Pratt ‏@ellispratt  Jan 19

@paul1kirby @anghelides I saw Sir Edward Heath speak once at a tech conference, and he mentioned IBM’s canteen as well.

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  1. Private Detectives‏@honeytrapuk  Jan 19

Mother claims she had told police a child vanished on Sir Edward Heath‘s yacht but officers warned not to investigate by ‘someone above’

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Goyim resist ‏@BankersDidIt  Jan 15

@pennygeer @cpsuk @COPFS Sir Edward Heath PM 1970-74 visited Haute Garrene to take young boys on boating weekends on his yacht‘Morning Cloud

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  1. Christopher HeathVerified account‏@CHeathWFTV  Jan 15

Christopher Heath Retweeted Mac Stipanovich

I’ve always been a fan of Sir Edward Heath For obvious reasons

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Mac Stipanovich @MacStipanovich

So if Ted Cruz is eligible to be President, then so was Winston Churchill. How cool would that have been?

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  1. Grasmere House Hotel‏@Grasmere_Hotel  Jan 12

Here’s a great place to visit: Arundells, the home of former Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath http://buff.ly/1Pl7KYg 

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  1. Andreas Baader‏@stop1984  Jan 10

Mother claims child vanished after going on Sir Edward Heath‘s yacht http://dailym.ai/1MeqkjV  via @MailOnline

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  1. Andreas Baader‏@stop1984  Jan 10

Video: Man accuses Sir Edward Heath of raping him as a boy | via @Telegraph http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/11781807/Man-accuses-Ted-Heath-of-raping-him-as-a-boy.html …

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  1. Andreas Baader‏@stop1984  Jan 8

Sir Edward Heath abused boy of 14 at London party, says Jimmy Savile’s nephew

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  1. Azra‏@PeaceOnEarth222  Jan 7

Supporters of Sir Edward Heath Charitable Foundation http://bit.ly/22MIWxH  & http://bit.ly/1MVpvXU  @ciabaudo

 

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james reeves ‏@reeves3915  Jan 6

Sir Edward Heath child abuse claims: Alleged victim ‘was raped by ex PM when he was just 12’ – Mirror Online

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  1. james reeves‏@reeves3915  Jan 6

Sir Edward Heath probe sees new sex allegations emerge about young musicians | Daily Mail Online http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3189951/A-vanished-file-troubling-claims-Heath-young-musicians-s-no-smoking-gun-week-shocking-headlines-Mail-s-unearthed-fresh-allegations.html …

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  1. Greg Dorey‏@GregDoreyFCO  29 Dec 2015

Currently living near to #Arundells, Sir Edward Heath‘s former home – #2016 is 100 years since his birth….

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  1. Bilal Billy Gibbons‏@Bilalbilly34  18 Dec 2015

Just Chillin: The Blackmailing of Britain – ‘Jim’ll Fix It’ – Sir Edward Heath‘s (Abwehr Agent)… http://fb.me/4BoI5h6wW 

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  1. Andreas Baader‏@stop1984  14 Dec 2015

Jimmy Savile’s nephew claims Sir Edward Heath abused his pal at London party

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  1. Robert Charleston‏@VanCharleston  8 Dec 2015

More than a dozen forces are carrying out investigations linked to Sir Edward Heath #BBC update 1st Dec #CSAinquiry

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  1. Robert Charleston‏@VanCharleston  7 Dec 2015

Lucy Allan now has Facebook proof that Sir Edward Heath was not a child abuser. #SackLucyAllan

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  1. Andreas Baader‏@stop1984  2 Dec 2015

Calls made to Wiltshire Police and NSPCC after appeal over Sir Edward Heath sex abuse claims http://www.swindonadvertiser.co.uk/news/13535148.Calls_made_to_Wiltshire_Police_and_NSPCC_after_appeal_over_Sir_Edward_Heath_sex_abuse_claims/?ref=twtrec …

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  1. Bryn Jones‏@bryn00  29 Nov 2015London, England

An interviewer years later asked Sir Edward Heath if he responded to Margaret Thatcher’s resignation with “Rejoice, rejoice!”. …

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