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EXCLUSIVE: Think Tank President and Tory MP Were Pictured With Thames Boat Party Paedophile

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NIGEL Evans MP and the President of the Adam Smith Institute were pictured with paedophile Richard Neate before he was convicted for having indecent images of kids as young as SIX, Politicaite can exclusively reveal.

The Adam Smith Institute, favoured by Tory big hitters such as Jacob Rees-Mogg was accused of ‘pretending to have zero knowledge’ of a convicted paedophile’s background, that they invited onboard despite the perv being pictured with its president and ASI supporter Nigel Evans MP.

Rees-Mogg and Nigel Evans were not present at the boat party and were not aware of his crimes.

Perv Richard Neate, 28 was found with indecent images of children as young as six and even had videos of a man having sex with a dog.

The ASI’s President Madsen Pirie was also pictured on Neates Facebook page at a Christmas Party, before his conviction.

Despite this, the ASI still invited Neate aboard their annual invite-only cruise on the Thames, that went past Parliament.

The Institute said the party was for over 18s, but after guests claimed 16-year-olds were aboard, they admitted under-18s had been present.

A source told Politicalite: “The ASI is pretending to have zero knowledge about the background of convicted paedophile attending their annual boat party, claiming it was an error with the guest list.”

The image was taken PRIOR to Neate’s conviction but proves that the ASI is lying about their knowledge of him and his background.

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