Tag Archives: 1947-73

Orpington Conservatives rocked by scandal.

2019 opens with revelations of infighting amongst Tories that could rock Bromley and adjoining parts of Kent. It appears that David (President for life) Haslam of Biggin Hill is accusing prominent Conservatives of bullying and sexual discrimination. Given that all … Continue reading

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Paul Gambaccini and the CPS

There are similarities between “Operation Midland” and the role of Nick/Carl and the recent news that Paul Gambaccini is to receive £10,000 as a payout for his turmoil after false allegations were made. The Metropolitan Police also tried to frame … Continue reading

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Alan “Taffy” Holmes and Daniel Morgan.

Laurie Flynn opens the latest addition to Peter Jukes podcast, he is joined by Alastair Morgan. I formerly disliked Mr Jukes, now I merely feel pity for him. His “new evidence” hinges on David Bray’s magnus opus which has been … Continue reading

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Francis Willoughby Haslam.

I am going to have to rewrite the opening chapter. Haslam is indeed a slave name (prominent in Trelawny, and Guanaboa Jamaica). However Derek G Haslam’s father, Francis W (also once given as Francis L) was born to a white … Continue reading

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Professional mourners.

For legal reasons, until after the appeal in the case of “Rees & Vian versus the police” I am keeping redacted Derek Haslam’s own words on Alastair Morgan. Once released they would put an end to Peter Jukes “career” as … Continue reading

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Trelawny to Croydon.

His paternal side had recently arrived from the West Indies. His Father, Francis Willoughby Haslam, from Trelawny, Jamaica, born 1910. Records only go back to his Dad, named Allan Busha Haslam who married Winifred MacDonald, both were freed slaves so … Continue reading

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