Editor-in-Chief and George Galloway discuss developments in ‘Britain’s biggest scandal’
By Exaro Team | 6 August 2015
“There is going to be a lot more, even more shocking than we have exposed already”
– Mark Watts, Editor-in-Chief, Exaro
Russia Today’s George Galloway talked to Exaro Editor-in-Chief Mark Watts last Saturday in what turned out to be a remarkably prescient interview.
They discussed a striking series of developments on the exposure of the scandal of the ‘Westminster paedophile network’ since Watts appeared on Galloway’s programme, Sputnik, in June.
Towards the end of the interview in this return visit, Watts told Galloway: “I can tell you that in the months ahead there is going to be a lot more, even more shocking than we have exposed already.”
Within days, the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) announced an investigation into an allegation that a police case was dropped because of a threat to expose Sir Edward Heath, the UK’s former prime minister, for possible “offences concerning children”.
Following the IPCC’s naming of Heath, Exaro revealed how Scotland Yard had for nearly a year been investigating direct allegations of child sex abuse by Heath, as a result of a witness named only as “Nick” to protect his identity.
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