Leon Brittan’s widow speaks out today to attack a ‘culture of cover-up’ at Scotland Yard. In a bombshell Mail interview, Lady Brittan breaks her silence to accuse the leaders of Britain’s biggest police force of lacking a ‘moral spine’. She points out that no officers have been punished over the Yard’s shambolic VIP paedophile inquiry. And she describes the shattering impact of police raids on her home in the aftermath of the death of her husband. Leon Brittan’s widow has spoken out to attack a ‘culture of cover-up’ at Scotland Yard after her husband, the former Home Secretary, was falsely accused of abuse The former home secretary was among notable figures falsely accused of child sexual abuse and murder. Lady Brittan also says Tom Watson, the former Labour deputy leader, carried out ‘the most despicable thing a human being could do’ by joining the accusers. Her damning testimony is set to plunge Scotland Yard into its biggest crisis since the Stephen Lawrence case a quarter of a century ago. Her husband was accused by Carl Beech – aka ‘Nick’ – whose ludicrous allegations were deemed ‘credible and true’ by the Metropolitan Police. The fiasco not only cost the taxpayer millions of… Read full this story
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