Child Abuse and Cover up in the UK education system exposed by Kathleen Simpson

Having really enjoyed my work for the previous 5 years working with pupils in a Local Authority EBD (Emotional & Behavioural difficulties) School, I never would have imagined that morning what would later transpire and how it would change my life irreversibly.

I worked with pupils on a one to one basis to help them catch up, as many had either truanted, been excluded or had been unable to keep up in the classroom.

Just before it began, I felt as happy in my work as anyone could. Believing that I worked among honest, trustworthy and professional colleagues. Some I would have considered to be friends that I trusted.

I was soon to find out that this was far from the case.

I had noticed one boy, ….. had been out of class a lot. So when he came in to do his work with me I raised this with him. It went something like this..

Me: “What the heck are you doing being sent out of class, when we are working for you to catch up?”

Him: “I only get sent out of English”

Me: “English Matters!”

Him: “If I stay in English, I’ll be gay”

Me: “How will English make you gay?”

Him: “Mr ………. is a child molester, so I throw a chair as soon as I go in so I get sent out then he can’t touch me.

Me: “Do you want to tell me about it?”

Him: “He makes me, …. and …. sit at the back of the class on 3 separate desks, he sits on the chair next to us, pretends to look at our work and touches us under the desk”

Me: “Don’t worry, you’ve done the right thing. I do have to pass this on though”

I advised him to just finish his work, told him that I’d be back in a few moments because I had to inform the Child Protection Officer who was also the DH (Deputy Head). I reported this disclosure to DH who said he would inform H (Headteacher) and that H could go back to my work, which I did.

I had no sooner re-seated myself at my desk when H burst into the room, pointed at me and angrily directed me “You, My room. Now!” Following him to his room, I was thinking, Somehow he’d gotten the wromg end of the stick, that he thought the allegation was about me. So I was not too bothered at that point.

Into his room we go and I’m starting to explain “The allegation isn’t about me!” He pointed at me and spoke in a threatening tone “Shut up and forget about it if you value your job”  I was shocked beyond shocked. the ground had just disappeared. I tried reasoning that my contract of employment clearly stated that I must comply with the Child Protection Policy and ensure any disclosure is reported and recorded. He said “So you’re snowballing this and putting yourself outside of my team?” I told him I couldn’t just forget it, I needed it to be recorded. As I left work that day, I felt in an impossible position. I didn’t know quite what to do. It troubled me greatly throughout the whole night. I decided to take the day off (the day after the disclosure) I felt quite ill actually and called in sick. I took myself off to the UNISON office as I was a member of the union. I spoke to a man there who was very helpful, he advised me to write the account down, to give it to them, they would then stamp it with the union stamp and send it on so it could not be ignored. I did as he advised, thinking that the union involvement would help resolve all this. As I left the union office, the man I had been dealing with told me to keep him informed and to let him know should anything happen as a result of the letter.

The next day I went into work, H took me into his office stating “This is not a punishment but you are not needed in that job anymore” He was smirking “You will just go wherever you are needed or photocopying” telling me that another member of staff would do my job from now on.  Bear in mind that I was the only person who held that position in the school.

What a difference a day makes. I now found myself going into a workplace where suddenly my friendly colleagues wouldn’t even look at me, let alone speak to me. I would be sent to a classroom to be told by the teacher “I don’t need you in here” emphasis being on the word ‘you’.

I also contacted Social Services (the pupil that had made the initial disclosure was in Local Authority care), the Police, who told me to leave it in the hands of the school and called the NSPCC, they also said to leave it in the hands of the school. I had applied to be a foster carer and had just completed the vetting process successfully. The process had involved interviewing my colleagues, line managers and employers. I was told I had received glowing references. Now, only weeks later H was claiming that I had an attitude problem, that I was hostile and aggressive with staff, pupils and parents. H stated he did not like my attitude. In fact H and DH took me into my room to tell me this, they later stated that this was a disciplinary.

My job had been taken from me, a job that I’d earned praise from OFSTED shortly beforehand. So I went back to the union after work to see the rep who was dealing with my case. Surprisingly I was told he didn’t work there any more, he had moved. The day before he had told me to go back to see him if anything happened but now he wasn’t there. I had a new union rep appointed who arranged a meeting in the council offices with a member of staff from the Department of Education. My doctor had declared me unfit for work due to work related stress due to the various symptoms I was suffering.

As I waited in the meeting room I overheard some talking outside the door, the LEA (Local Education Authority) representative was a woman whom I heard speaking quietly to the rep “We can’t sack her while she’s on the sick, you need to get her back to work” They came into the room and after the initial niceties the rep advised me to go back to work. I left the meeting and rang the GMB union desperate for advice, who kindly offered to take on the case. The GMB area rep arranged a meeting with H at the school.At this meeting one of the issues the rep attempted to resolve was that H had stated that I had been in school the day after the disclosure when an investigation had taken place. I had in fact taken that day off sick and visited UNISON. The rep and I were both shocked to hear H brazenly laugh as he told us “I am the boss of this school and the staff here will say whatever I tell them to say”

As we left the meeting the rep advised me to resign, this was a clear case of constructive dismissal he believed. I followed his advice and resigned. It was impossible to continue working there anyway. The list of things that my colleagues did to make my life unpleasant I will leave out to shorten this rather lengthy story. Colleagues who had appeared to be compassionate and caring people now telling me (in secret) that they had mortgages so they couldn’t do what I was doing, they didn’t want what was happening to me to happen to them. I did remind them that I was a single parent who also had a mortgage but that failed to sway them to tell the truth.

The GMB union appointed a solicitor to take the case to tribunal. The case took two days during which time I believed the case would be easily won. The contradictions were obvious, one example, DH was asked whether I had been in work the day after the disclosure. He said that I had. It was then pointed out to him that in his written statement he had stated that I had not been in work the day after the disclosure. He was asked why he had written that I had not been in work if he was now saying that I had, his reply was “Because I felt like it at the time”. These contradictions happened repeatedly throughout the two days hence I believed that justice would prevail. How wrong I was.

The verdict was that I had decided to leave.

Basically that I had tried to damage a colleague’s career and take a tidy sum with me. As we left the court the union rep, who had always been very supportive was astonished at the verdict saying “We should have had the press in there, they would have had field day”. I was advised to appeal but my application for an appeal was refused.

I had done nothing wrong, I was now jobless, could not pay my mortgage, could no longer afford a car. The prospect of getting another job after taking your employer to tribunal and losing is not good.

Worst of all, I fear I left a clear playing field, it was now obvious that no other staff member would speak up. The boy told me he wished he had never told me, because now they would get rid of me. Now I feared that none of the pupils would dare speak up again.

The story has been compacted because it is so long.

A whistleblower’s life is not a happy one. They do shoot the messenger.

Other points.

I believe the school closed for around 18 months afterwards for ‘refurb’. And that I have to date reported the disclosure 4 times  to the police. The last time was around 2 years ago and followed my repeated online reporting.  Two officers came and took a statement and nothing since.
There was also a strange ‘leaving’ of the teacher who preceded the teacher named by pupils.  She was a very professional older  Scottish woman who was really good with the kids, strict but fair.  She stopped coming in to work, when I asked if she was ill, she was rarely off work.  I was told never to mention her again as she wouldn’t be coming back.  I was told to empty her desk into a box and to put the box outside the main doors.  I wondered what the heck she could have done, I couldn’t imagine her doing anything wrong at all.  My stuff was put outside in a box outside also, and I wasn’t allowed through the doors either.
By Kathleen Simpson

Britain’s Pizzagate? Part Fourteen.

Are we about to find out the truth about Sir Edward Heath?

On the 20th of February 2017 (Yesterday) the Daily Mail printed this strange story on ex British Prime minister Edward Heath.

Group of women who say they were abused by Sir Edward Heath also claim their parents ran a satanic sex cult that was involved in SIXTEEN child murders

  • They say that the cult regularly slaughtered children as ritual sacrifices in church
  • The woman claim that the former prime minister was part of a paedophile ring
  • If the allegations are true it would make the cult the worst child murderers in British history 


A group of women who say Sir Edward Heath abused them as children have also accused their parents of being involved in up to 16 murders.

The farce came as police probe incredible claims that the former prime minister was linked to a paedophile ring that killed as many as 16 children – which would make them the worst child murderers in British history.

The seemingly far-fetched allegations have been made by a family who allege that the politician was part of a satanic sex cult run by their own parents.

They say that the cult regularly slaughtered children as ritual sacrifices in churches and forests around southern England and also participated in similar ceremonies in Africa.

They claim their mother and father – who is said to have known the former Conservative leader – were responsible for slaughtering children ranging from babies to teenagers – yet they evaded justice.

The paedophile ring – which they say Sir Edward was part of – stabbed, tortured and maimed youngsters in churches and burnt babies in satanic orgies before men, women and children gorged themselves on blood and body parts, police have been told

But there is no suggestion that Sir Edward killed any children himself in the women’s accounts

If the bizarre allegations were to be proved, the parents who allegedly led the killings would be responsible for murdering more children than Fred and Rose West.

Sir Edward’s godson, Lincoln Seligman, said: ‘I understand that these claims from the 1980s were at the time dismissed as complete fantasy by police. It is disappointing that these wild allegations have been reheated and randomly attached to Edward Heath’s name.’

A Wiltshire Police spokesman said: ‘We are not prepared to discuss this as this is an on-going investigation.’

Wiltshire Chief Constable Mike Veale claimed he was 120 per cent sure that Edward Heath was a paedophile.

He said the allegations against the late politician – which include lurid tales of satanic child slaughter – are ‘totally convincing’.

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The Sun and several other mainstream media sources also reported the story below is an account from the Sun. I have taken out parts that are mentioned above to save you from reading the same thing twice.

Mr Veale is also understood to be supporting ideas that an Establishment cover-up concealed reports of Sir Edward’s alleged crimes.

The former Tory PM, who died in 2005,  is said to have defended himself against specific allegations by saying he never drove a car – insisting a police driver always escorted him.

Detectives have since established that he did drive and had his own vehicle.

Cops have photos showing him driving and aware that he bought a Rover 2000 after being deposed by Margaret Thatcher in 1975.

Some of Sir Edward’s alleged victims have reportedly told police they went on to commit sex crimes themselves.

Operation Conifer, the investigation into the allegations, was called in the wake of the Jimmy Savile scandal.

Mr Veale is said to have come under pressure to abandon the inquiry last year after claims of a paedophile ring in Westminster involving former Home Secretary Lord Brittan and ex Defence chief Lord Bramall were apparently found to be groundless.

Speaking about the allegations specific to Sir Edward, a source told the Mail on Sunday:

“There are very close similarities in the accounts given by those who have come forward. The same names used for him, the same places and same type of incidents keep coming up.

“What stands out is that the people giving these accounts are not connected but the stories and the details dovetail.

“It contains disturbing stuff. Investigators have been shocked by what they have learned.”Another source apparently told the paper: “The police were initially sceptical about the allegations, but now believe them.

“And they have come round to the view that they were covered up in the past because of who Heath was.

“They will not be deflected by the rich and powerful trying to do the same now.

“Mike Veale is doing a great job and should be congratulated for his courage.”

Sir Edward’s sexual orientation has the been the source of some debate over the years – with some believing he was a homosexual while others thought he might be “asexual”.

At one point Sir Edward, who never married, was being investigated by five police forces over alleged child abuse – the Met, Wiltshire, Hampshire, Kent and Jersey.

Some claims against him have been proved false – such as links to an alleged brothel keeper known as Madame Ling-Ling.

A dossier of allegations compiled by Labour peer Baroness Castle claimed he offered young boys trips on his yacht.

One man claimed Sir Edward picked him up while hitchhiking in Kent as a 12-year-old and lured him to his Mayfair flat.

Labour MP Tom Watson has also said he has received allegations about Sir Edward.



Paul Kidd was given an indeterminate sentence and will serve a minimum of six years after admitting 29 counts of abuse on three young boys over a 32-year period.

In October 2008 the Daily Mail reported;

A former Buckingham Palace butler has been unmasked as a sexual predator who  ran a paedophile ring while serving the Royal Family.

Bachelor Paul Kidd, 55, groomed at least one of his teenage victims for sex by taking him for tea with the Queen Mother at Clarence House, it has emerged.

To the public, he had been the urbane gent who waited on the Royals for nine years – first the Queen at the Palace and then her mother.

He often publicly gushed about his blue blood employers talking of the Queen as ‘courteous and genuinely caring.’

But behind the facade, Kidd was leading a secret double life as a serial child abuser who molested a string of boys over a 30 year period.

He was finally exposed after one of his victims read a newspaper article in which he boasted about his links to the Royals and talked fondly of Princess Diana and her musical tastes.

Police raided his two bedroom home in St Johns Street, Stalybridge, where they found almost 19,000 pornographic pictures and videos of children.

Included in the haul were some nude pictures of a teenager who officers were able to trace and interview.

Some images were hidden in a safe while others were encrypted on his computer.

Kidd admitted 29 sex charges involving three boys namely indecent assault, sexual activity with a child and the possessing and making of indecent images of children between December 1974 and January 2008.

An accomplice David Hobday, 56, of St Johns Street, Dukinfield admitted seven charges involving one of the victims of sexual activity with a child and possessing indecent images. Both men face a maximum 14 years in jail.

A police source said: ‘Kidd was a very accomplished groomer of children.

Kidd has been remanded in custody and faces 14 years in jail if convicted

‘Given that he has been behaving like this for 30 years the likelihood is there could be many other victims out there who have not yet come forward.

As with all these stories the media present the culprit as if he was acting alone living a secret double life as a paedophile ring leader and a royal butler, like he got to be a royal butler despite the paedophile ring. What about if he made his way to being royal butler because of the paedophile ring?

The Sun call this soft justice as if they are outraged by what is taking place but the Sun (or any mainstream media outlet in Britain) failed to properly inform the British people that a vote in Parliament

 In 2015 there was a proposal that was suggested by Labour MP, John Mann. This proposal would have granted immunity from prosecution under the official secrets act of whistle-blowers (many of who claim to have been blackmailed and threatened to remain silent) of an elite pedophile ring operating in Britain! The proposal was defeated in the house of commons 295 to 233. Only 8 Conservative politicians voted to change the law to protect the whistle blowers the other 254 and the 40 Liberal Democrats (in my opinion at least) should be forced to explain why did they vote against exposing the truth.

Conservative: 254

Nigel Adams
Adam Afriyie
Peter Aldous
Sir David Amess
Stuart Andrew
James Arbuthnot
Richard Bacon
Steve Baker
Sir Tony Baldry
Harriett Baldwin
Stephen Barclay
Gregory Barker
Gavin Barwell
Henry Bellingham
Richard Benyon
Sir Paul Beresford
Jake Berry
Andrew Bingham
Bob Blackman
Nicola Blackwood
Crispin Blunt
Nick Boles
Karen Bradley
Graham Brady
Julian Brazier
Andrew Bridgen
Steve Brine
James Brokenshire
Fiona Bruce
Robert Buckland
Aidan Burley
Conor Burns
Simon Burns
David Burrowes
Alistair Burt
Dan Byles
Alun Cairns
Neil Carmichael
Sir William Cash
Rehman Chishti
Christopher Chope
Greg Clark
Geoffrey Clifton-Brown
Therese Coffey
Damian Collins
Oliver Colvile
Geoffrey Cox
Stephen Crabb
Tracey Crouch
David T. C. Davies
Glyn Davies
Nick de Bois
Caroline Dinenage
Nadine Dorries
Jackie Doyle-Price
Richard Drax
Sir Alan Duncan
Iain Duncan Smith
Philip Dunne
Michael Ellis
Jane Ellison
Tobias Ellwood
Charlie Elphicke
George Eustice
Graham Evans
Jonathan Evans
Nigel Evans
David Evennett
Michael Fabricant
Michael Fallon
Mark Field
Liam Fox
Mr Mark Francois
Mike Freer
Richard Fuller
Sir Roger Gale
Sir Edward Garnier
Mark Garnier
Mr David Gauke
Mr Nick Gibb
Cheryl Gillan
John Glen
Robert Goodwill
Richard Graham
Helen Grant
James Gray
Damian Green
Justine Greening
Dominic Grieve
Ben Gummer
Sam Gyimah
Robert Halfon
Stephen Hammond
Matthew Hancock
Greg Hands
Mark Harper
Richard Harrington
Rebecca Harris
Simon Hart
Sir Alan Haselhurst
John Hayes
Sir Oliver Heald
Chris Heaton-Harris
Gordon Henderson
Charles Hendry
Nick Herbert
Damian Hinds
Mark Hoban
George Hollingbery
Sir Gerald Howarth
John Howell
Jeremy Hunt
Nick Hurd
Stewart Jackson
Margot James
Sajid Javid
Bernard Jenkin
Robert Jenrick
Gareth Johnson
Joseph Johnson
Andrew Jones
David Jones
Marcus Jones
Chris Kelly
Simon Kirby
Sir Greg Knight
Kwasi Kwarteng
Mark Lancaster
Pauline Latham
Andrea Leadsom
Jessica Lee
Phillip Lee
Oliver Letwin
Brandon Lewis
Julian Lewis
Ian Liddell-Grainger
David Lidington
Peter Lilley
Jack Lopresti
Tim Loughton
Sir Peter Luff
Karen Lumley
Theresa May
Jason McCartney
Karl McCartney
Anne McIntosh
Patrick McLoughlin
Stephen McPartland
Mark Menzies
Stephen Metcalfe
Maria Miller
Nigel Mills
Anne Milton
Andrew Mitchell
Penny Mordaunt
Nicky Morgan
Anne Marie Morris
David Morris
James Morris
Stephen Mosley
David Mowat
David Mundell
Sheryll Murray
Andrew Murrison
Robert Neill
Brooks Newmark
Sarah Newton
Caroline Nokes
Jesse Norman
David Nuttall
Stephen O’Brien
Matthew Offord
Eric Ollerenshaw
Guy Opperman
Sir Richard Ottaway
Sir James Paice
Neil Parish
Priti Patel
Mark Pawsey
Mike Penning
John Penrose
Andrew Percy
Claire Perry
Stephen Phillips
Eric Pickles
Christopher Pincher
Daniel Poulter
Mark Prisk
Mark Pritchard
Dominic Raab
Sir John Randall
John Redwood
Jacob Rees-Mogg
Simon Reevell
Andrew Robathan
Sir Hugh Robertson
Andrew Rosindell
Amber Rudd
David Ruffley
David Rutley
Laura Sandys
Lee Scott
Andrew Selous
Grant Shapps
Alok Sharma
Alec Shelbrooke
Mark Simmonds
Keith Simpson
Chris Skidmore
Chloe Smith
Henry Smith
Julian Smith
Sir Nicholas Soames
Anna Soubry
Caroline Spelman
Andrew Stephenson
Bob Stewart
Iain Stewart
Rory Stewart
Gary Streeter
Mel Stride
Graham Stuart
Julian Sturdy
Desmond Swayne
Hugo Swire
Robert Syms
Edward Timpson
Justin Tomlinson
David Tredinnick
Andrew Turner
Andrew Tyrie
Paul Uppal
Edward Vaizey
Shailesh Vara
Martin Vickers
Theresa Villiers
Charles Walker
Robin Walker
Dame Angela Watkinson
Mike Weatherley
James Wharton
Heather Wheeler
Chris White
Craig Whittaker
John Whittingdale
Bill Wiggin
David Willetts
Gavin Williamson
Rob Wilson
Sarah Wollaston
Jeremy Wright
Tim Yeo
Sir George Young
Nadhim Zahawi

Liberal Democrats: 40
Norman Baker
Sir Alan Beith
Gordon Birtwistle
Annette Brooke
Jeremy Browne
Sir Malcolm Bruce
Lorely Burt
Alistair Carmichael
Mike Crockart
Mr Edward Davey
Lynne Featherstone
Don Foster
Andrew George
Stephen Gilbert
Sir Nick Harvey
Martin Horwood
Simon Hughes
Julian Huppert
Charles Kennedy
David Laws
John Leech
Stephen Lloyd
Michael Moore
Greg Mulholland
John Pugh
Alan Reid
Dan Rogerson
Sir Bob Russell
Adrian Sanders
Sir Robert Smith
Sir Andrew Stunell
Ian Swales
Jo Swinson
John Thurso
David Ward
Steve Webb
Mark Williams
Stephen Williams
Jenny Willott
Simon Wright

Independent: 1
Mike Hancock

Sometimes I do get worried about the safety of the people around me!

Somebody asked me today if I ever worry that my blogs, website or videos might bring me or my family trouble one day. The answer is yes I do but I also believe in God and I believe that if they kill me they lose. I prey that God protects me and my family and so far so good.

Having said that when we are exposing elitist Peadophile rings that run through the government and aristocracy we are exposing real gangsters and real psychopaths and real dangers could manifest.

If anything happens to me or anybody in my family we all know why and who might be responsible.