LABOUR bigwigs have been linked to a sickening Child Sex scandal, Politicalite can reveal.
Former Labour deputy leader Harriet Harman, husband Jack Dromer, and former Labour health secretary Patricia Hewitt have all been giving the British press a field day after calling for the age of consent to be lowered to TEN.
All three Labour party members worked for the National Civil Liberties in the 1970s and 80s- an organisation with a record of explicit links to the paedophile information exchange. The national civil liberties campaigned for paedophiles’ human rights, even going as far as to argue for lowering the age of consent to ten years old.
Miss Harman became the legal officer at NCCL in 1978, and her name appears on documents submitted to the home office which argued that pictures of naked children should not be identified as indecent unless it could be proved that the child had been harmed.
After a media frenzy, Harman decided to break her silence in an interview with Newsnight.
Disappointingly for human rights activists and individuals with any semblance of a moral compass, the journalist’s hard-hitting questions were met with a lack of accountability, apology, or explanation for her links to the inhumane organisation.
“Any individual who wanted to pay their money to join NCCL could, and any organisation could join and affiliate to it. The policy was set by the broad membership of NCCL at their annual general meeting.” Harman stated frankly, not giving herself much room for redemption from the public eye.
Labour declined to comment.