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13,059.  The Number One goal of every Bishop, and a part of the vows they take when they become Bishop, is to protect the Church from scandal.  Protecting the church from scandal means documents, witnesses and victims are kept quiet and shuffled away.  (Catholicism & Abuse & Children & Paedophilia & Scandal)  Jewell Casticks, SNAP, survivors’ network for victims of abuse

 

 

89,571.  However I dress it up, I was a spy and I am not proud of it.  (Spy & Scandal)  Christine Keeler

 

 

31,480.  I was determined that no British government should be brought down by the action of two tarts.  (Great Britain & England & Scandal)  Harold MacMillan, of Profumo Affair

 

 

31,945.  Prince Eddy was a regular visitor to the homosexual paedophile brothel in Cleveland Street, London.  Aleister Crowley who claims to have been a member of the 1591 Studholme Masonic Lodge, and also a visitor to the Royal Alpha Lodge at Kensington Palace, was in possession of love letters between Price Eddy and a young boy at the brothel.  This was a potential scandal for the heir to the throne.  But the aristocracy supported the idea of paedophilia at the time ... In fact a much bigger scandal was soon to break when it was revealed that Prince Eddy had made a young girl called Annie Crook pregnant.  Prince Eddy had secretly married her, even though he was forbidden to marry a Roman Catholic.  (Royal Family & Monarchy & Paedophilia & Scandal)  Chris Everard, Illuminati III

 

 

32,029.  At the height of the Second World War in August 1942 a very special passenger boarded a flying boat in northern Scotland.  He was a high ranking member of the Royal Family whose outrageous private life had been a source of damaging rumour and scandal ... Minutes into the flight the aircraft crashed into a mountainside ... Prince George, black sheep of the House of Windsor.  (Elizabeth & Royal Family & Scandal)  The Queen’s Lost Uncle, Channel 4

 

32,030.  A world of hard drugs and casual sex with both women and men.  (Elizabeth & Royal Family & Scandal)  ibid.

 

32,034.  Noel Coward ... It was to be the start of a passionate affair.  (Elizabeth & Royal Family & Scandal)  ibid.

 

32,035.  He began to leave a trail of compromising evidence in his wake.  (Elizabeth & Royal Family & Scandal)  ibid.

 

32,036.  He’d got himself a serious morphine addiction.  (Elizabeth & Royal Family & Scandal)  ibid.

 

32,037.  Edward dragged George back from his slide into oblivion.  (Elizabeth & Royal Family & Scandal)  ibid.

 

 

87,673.  He would, wouldn’t he?  Mandy Rice-Davies, on hearing Lord Astor denied her allegation

 

 

87,674.  In scandal, as in robbery, the receiver is always thought as bad as the thief.  Lord Chesterfield 1694-1773

 

 

87,675.  In the summer of 1963, the year of the Beatle’s first LP, the biggest scandal of the post-war years burst on to the front pages of Britain’s newspapers.  John Profumo, the Secretary of State for War, and a married man, resigned after admitting that he’d had an affair with a nineteen-year- old model called Christine Keeler.  It was the height of the Cold War.  Sex, Lies and a Very British Scapegoat, ITV 2013

 

87,676.  Stephen Ward ... he was the pivotal figure.  ibid.

 

 

87,677.  Whenever you see the word Scandal in the media replace it with the word Sci-Op.  (Scandal & Paedophile)  Richplanet TV: Scandal

 

87,678.  Jimmy Saville Scandal/Sci-Op and Institutional Paedophilia: Saville was probably protected from prosecution.  (Scandal & Paedophile)  ibid.

 

87,679.  ‘Boys were being abused and MI5 was filming it … There’s been an awful lot of covering up of paedophiles and paedophile rings for decades and decades.’  (Scandal & Paedophile)  ibid.  Ken Livingstone interview

 

87,680.  Elm Guest House Channel 4 News Report February 2013.  (Scandal & Paedophile)  ibid.

 

 

87,681.  Dead scandals form good subjects for dissection.  Lord Byron, Don Juan I:31

 

 

87,682.  The mightier man, the mightier is the thing

What makes him honour’d, or begets him hate;

For greatest scandal waits on greatest state.  William Shakespeare, The Rape of Lucrece l1,004

 

 

87,683.  Assail’d by scandal and the tongue of strife,

His only answer was a blameless life;

And he that forged, and he that threw the dart,

Had each a brother's interest in his heart.  William Cowper, Hope l570

 

 

96,730.  Daddy doesn’t mind a little scandal – he’s a senator.  (Murder & Scandal)  Stranger on a Train 1951 starring Farley Granger & Ruth Roman & Robert Walker & Leo G Carroll & Patricia Hitchcock & Laura Elliott & Marion Larone & Jonathan Hale & Howard St John & John Brown & Norma Vare & Robert Gist et al, director Alfred Hitchcock, sister of bird

 

 

74,972.  Scandal is gossip made tedious by morality.  (Gossip & Scandal)  Oscar Wilde, Lady Windermere’s Fan 

 

 

98,008.  The biggest scandal in world sport … Lord Coe’s presidency of world Athletics is beset by questions.  (Athletics & Corruption & Scandal)  Panorama: Seb Coe and the Corruption Scandal, BBC 2016

 

98,009.  We uncover Lord Coe’s links to the man at the centre of the corruption scandal.  (Athletics & Corruption & Scandal)  ibid.

 

98,010.  A German documentary made here in Berlin exposed state-sponsored doping of Russian athletes.  (Athletics & Corruption & Scandal)  ibid.

 

98,011.  Independent report: Corruption and Bribery at the highest level of the IAAF.  (Athletics & Corruption & Scandal)  ibid.

 

 

98,361.  1471: a new England is being forged in the fire of civil war.  (England & Richard III & Edward IV & Assassination)  Philippa Gregory, The Real White Queen and Her Rivals II

 

98,362.  They are the founders of our nation just as much as their more-famous men.  (England & Richard III & Edward IV & Murder: Princess in the Tower & Scandal & Assassination)  ibid.

 

98,363.  ‘She [Margaret] plays the game of divided loyalties very effectively: she’s protected by her Yorkish husbands and is at the same time covertly working for her Lancastrian son.  But King Edward’s victory was a disaster for her.  Forcing her son Henry Tudor to flee into exile in France.’  (England & Richard III & Edward IV & Murder: Princes in the Tower & Scandal & Assassination)  ibid.  Lisa Hilton

 

98,364.  The York dynasty had an extraordinary capacity for self- destruction.  And its downfall would begin with Anne Neville.  (England & Richard III & Edward IV & Murder: Princes in the Tower & Scandal & Assassination)  ibid.  

 

98,365.  It looks as though Elizabeth had no option but to release her child into the hands of her enemies … I think she handed over a servant boy muffled up in a scarf.  (England & Richard III & Edward IV & Murder: Princes in the Tower & Scandal & Assassination)  ibid.

 

98,347.  The two boys in the tower were never seen again.  (England & Richard III & Edward IV & Murder: Princes in the Tower & Scandal & Assassination)  ibid.  

 

98,348.  July 6th 1483 in Westminster Abbey Richard had himself crowned king of England.  At his side his wife Anne.  Queen at last.  (England & Richard III & Edward IV & Murder: Princes in the Tower & Scandal & Assasination)  ibid.  

 

98,349.  They were all using each other.  (England & Richard III & Edward IV & Princes in the Tower & Scandal & Assassination)  ibid.

 

98.350.  If Richard didn’t kill them, then who did?  The other person with a clear motive was Elizabeth Beaufort.  (England & Richard III & Rdward IV & Princes in the Tower & Scandal & Assassination)  ibid.  

 

98,351.  The rumours were truly scandalous: that Richard was courting his niece the princess under the very nose of his wife.  (England & Richard III & Edward IV & Princes in the Tower & Scandal & Assassination)  ibid.

 

98,352.  Elizabeth Woodville gave her daughter in marriage to the family that may have killed her sons.  (England & Richard III & Edward IV & Princes in the Tower & Scandal & Assassination)  ibid.

 

98,353.  It was Margaret Beaufort who shaped the Tudor dynasty.  (England & Richard III & Edward IV & Princes in the Tower & Scandal & Assassination)  ibid.

 

 

110,303.  Oh, celebrities, when will you ever learn how to behave?  Surely they must know by now that they cannot get away with anything?  These are the shocking stories of sex, drugs, and dry-cleaning.  From presidents to posh-boys whether you’re Hollywood royalty or actual royalty: tonight we’re looking back at some of the most shocking scandals from the last four decades.  (Scandal & Celebrity)  Named & Shamed: Greatest Celeb Scandals, Channel 5 2017

 

110,304.  Hugh Grant: In 1995 Hugh’s reputation took a bit of a blow when he was arrested for lewd conduct in a public place.  (Scandal & Celebrity)  ibid.

 

110,305.  Cheryl (Cole) was just plain Cheryl Tweedy and a bust-up in the bogs resultted in a shameful trip to court: 2002.  (Scandal & Celebrity)  ibid.

 

110,306.  Ryan Giggs: tried to keep his shenanigans a secret.  (Scandal & Celebrity)  ibid.

 

110,307.  Her Majesty: Squidgygate, Camillagate, all of the children’s marriages went up in smoke as did Windsor castle … A taxing year indeed.  (Scandal & Celebrity)  ibid.

 

110,308.  Kate Moss: It was all about the nose for our next celeb.  (Scandal & Celebrity)  ibid.

 

110,309.  In 1985 the papers revealed Grantham’s dirty past: he’d served time in prison for murdering a German taxi driver.  (Scandal & Celebrity)  ibid.

 

110,310.  Frank Bough: In 1988 Frank’s career came crashing down as he was caught in a compromising position … ‘I took drugs with vice girls’ … ‘He got caught again.’  (Scandal & Celebrity)  ibid.

 

110,311.  Prince Chales 1992: the shocking transcript … Tampongate.  (Scandal & Celebrity)  ibid.

 

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