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This letter proves that Islington Council were asked for assistance with the investigation of Nicholas Rabet in April 1992. Sussex Police requested a visit to Islington’s offices. They wanted to check files held on Rabet, including those which contained details of his relationship to children in the care of Islington Council, children’s visits to Rabet’s …

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Nicholas Rabet was the former deputy manager of Islington Council’s children’s home at 114 Grosvenor Avenue. Link to video clip (ITN Source) Police charge a British national with child molestation in Thailand’s tourist town of Pattaya. A British man has been charged with molesting underage children in Thailand, using computer games to lure dozens of …

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Evening Standard, 7th August 1995 By Stewart Payne & Eileen Fairweather NICHOLAS Rabet should never work with children. His name is on the Government’s Consultancy Register, a danger list of those thought to be unsafe to work with young people. But because he has been running a privately owned activity centre for teenagers, albeit used …

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Was Islington at the centre of a vast paedophile network? Were Islington and Lambeth paedophile rings connected? How Margaret Hodge’s policies allowed paedophiles to infiltrate Islington children’s homes     1979 Beware of the Bishop (15.04.79) Bishop Gleaves Poisonous Piemen Are At It Again (24.06.79) 16.11.1979: The Mayor of Islington’s Chauffeur   1981   September 1981: CAPM …

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Dear Friends On Saturday, October 4th, survivors and campaigners will launch white balloons and lay white flowers outside the abandoned children’s home at 114 Grosvenor Avenue in Islington London, in memory of those scores of young people whose lives were destroyed and ultimately taken down by the impact of child abuse whilst in the care …

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In 1992, the Evening Standard published allegations about widespread sexual abuse in children’s homes run by Islington council. It said every home contained staff who were paedophiles, pimps, or child pornographers. The leader of Islington council, Margaret Hodge, dismissed the story as “gutter journalism”, and accused Evening Standard journalists of waiting outside homes to bribe …

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The wide-ranging investigation into Sir Jimmy Savile’s depraved activities has focused attention once more on claims of a possible paedophile ring and a ‘culture of cover-up’ on Jersey. The Telegraph, 19th October 2012 In the bleak days of March 2008, the world’s media gathered outside Haut de la Garenne, a forbidding and isolated former workhouse …

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Daily Mail, 2nd March 2008 by Eileen Fairweather The award-winning journalist who exposed terrible abuse in Islington children’s homes now reveals horrifying links to sinister discoveries at Jersey’s Haut de la Garenne. I met the frightened policeman at an isolated country restaurant, many miles from his home and station. Detective Constable Peter Cook had finally …

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