Tory group recommended guest house in Met’s paedo probe
Revealed: newsletter to Conservative members of campaign plugged Elm Guest HouseBy David Pallister and David Hencke | 26 January 2013 | 1 Related piece
The facilities include a sauna, solarium and video studio
Conservative Group for Homosexual Equality’s newsletter, April 1982
Members of a Conservative party campaign group were “strongly recommended” to visit the guest house at the centre of a paedophile-ring investigation by police.
Exaro can today reveal how the Conservative Group for Homosexual Equality (CGHE) sent a newsletter to its members in 1982 that endorsed Elm Guest House, in Barnes, south-west London.
The Metropolitan Police Service last week launched a full criminal investigation – ‘Operation Fernbridge’ – into allegations that MPs and other prominent people abused boys three decades ago at the guest house. The surviving co-manager of the guest house was last week tracked down and has had his home raided by police.
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