Friday, 24 November 2017

Full Investigation Into Tories Andre Walker and Mark Clarke Blocked

Andre Walker (left) had gay relationship (pink news)
Andre Walker, the former assistant of Andrew Rosindell MP, will not be investigated by the police despite Former Conservative Way Forward boss Paul Abbott telling the coroner that Elliott Johnson had been 'terrified' he'd be 'knifed to the end of the earth' if he complained about his treatment.  Andre Walker's tory colleague Mark Clarke won't be investigated by the police either despite both of them being clearly identified in the suicide note of Mr Johnson.

The Daily Mail printed a part of Elliott Johnson's suicide note which clearly identifies Walker and Clarke, it later emerged that Walker had been in a gay relationship with Elliott Johnson:

"These past few weeks have been the worst of my life. I find myself on the work scrapheap. My choice is end it now or wait till the death of my career when the money runs out. I have also been involved in a huge political issue. I have been bullied by Mark Clarke and betrayed by Andre Walker. Now all my bridges are burnt. Where can I go from here? I am sorry it has come to this and hope you can recover after a time. I want you to be together and get over my death. The help you have given me is truly awe-inspiring. It is hard to put it into words."

Walker was an assistant to Rosindell (Romford Recorder photo)
Can you imagine how differently this case would have been handled if Elliott Johnson had been a member of the Labour Party ? The police and press wouldn't stop investigating it like the private militia they really are.  

 Romford MP Andrew Rosindell has made no comment on the case and Andre Walker continues to work at the House of Commons as a journalist according to his twitter account.
 
This web-site has been hacked since we first described the Elliott Johnson case and the fact that his former gay partner Andre Walker is a former assistant to Andrew Rosindell MP. 

Mr Rosindell continues to develop his career in foreign affairs to the anger of many of his constituents who would prefer a different kind of MP to represent them. Mr Rosindell has been described by journalist Simon Heffer as the "King of subsidised jaunts".  

(Incidentally Simon Heffer attended King Edward VI Grammar School in Chelmsford, Essex as did royal gardener and journalist Peter Seabrook. Mr Rosindell attended Marshall Park School in Romford which is also the old school of terrorist Michael Adebolajo - the killer of soldier Lee Rigby)

 Investigation blocked by coroner - is it more Masonic corruption ?

"Potentially Criminal" case ignored by Police

Andre Walker former assistant to Andrew Rosindell MP

Andre Walker still working in politics and based at House of Commons

(pictures Pink News and Romford Recorder)

Wednesday, 22 November 2017

Elliott Johnson suicide case and Andre Walker

FORMER ASSISTANT OF ANDREW ROSINDELL MP LINKED TO SUICIDE CASE

Elliott Johnson  (Standard photo)
Andre Walker, former assistant to Andrew Rosindell MP, was linked to the Elliott Johnson suicide case by several national newspapers. It later emerged that Andre Walker had been in a gay relationship with Elliott Johnson.  Before his death and in his suicide note Elliott Johnson claimed that his former boyfriend had "betrayed" him.  Andre Walker moved to David Morris MP's office staff some time after working for Andrew Rosindell MP at Westminster.



Andre Walker "was in relationship" with Elliott Johnson

Before his death Elliott Johnson made a recording of Andre Walker - Daily Mail

Andre Walker is former assistant to Romford MP Andrew Rosindell

Andrew Rosindell MP is "rumoured to be gay"

Saturday, 18 November 2017

The Queen Hands Whitehall Cenotaph Wreath To Prince Charles

To the deep joy of republicans here in the London Borough of Havering and around the world, Queen Elizabeth II will no longer lay a wreath on Rememberance Sunday passing the laying of the monarch's wreath to Prince Charles.  We believe that if many of the war dead were alive today they would tell you that they NEVER wanted to fight for monarchy and certainly DON'T WANT the Queen or monarchists like Andrew Rosindell MP acting as their moral guardian in their absence at national or local rememberance ceremonies.

Rosindell "warns" King of Spain (Daily Express)
As Sky News reports the monarch acts as "Chief Mourner" who "gathers" leaders to "reflect" on events giving the monarch an automatic status as spokesman of the people - like it or not ! What utter conceit we have had to endure from  monarchists and their political manipulation of wars fought to protect their history, families and wealth.

Sky news article (link below): On 11 November 1920, King George V acted as Chief Mourner at the funeral of the First World War's Unknown Warrior.  The procession stopped at the new Cenotaph, or emblematic 'empty tomb', which completely caught the grieving nation's mood, and the King laid his wreath of white flowers on the memorial. And Sir Edwin Lutyen's simple stone memorial remains the focus of the UK's annual salute. Ever since 1920, in what became known as the National Act of Remembrance, each monarch has gathered the political and military leaders of our nation to reflect upon the high cost of peace, freedom and democracy.


Oliver Cromwell - Our greatest action republican
Daily Telegraph reports "subtle shift of duties" : "The Prince will then lead the nation in honouring the country's war dead in what is believed to be the first time the Queen has broken with tradition and not performed the symbolic duty when at the Whitehall service. The change is seen as an example of the subtle shift of head of state duties from the 91-year-old sovereign to the heir to the throne."

We hope that these "subtle changes" will lead to the eventual total abolition of the monarchy and peerage in every part of the United Kingdom.  Please help us get rid of Romford's monarchist MP Andrew Rosindell and allow the people of Romford political access to the real modern world - we are sick and tired of our home town being presented as a centre of support for the monarchy.  Lets dump the Royal albatross and fairy-godmother pantomime forever - it need not be a subtle change !

Daily Telegraph report

Will the Queen hand the throne to Prince Charles as well ? - Daily Express report

Royal "Chief Mourner" - Sky News report

Monarchist Andrew Rosindell MP "warns" King of Spain - Daily Express report

Romford MP Andrew Rsoindell promotes monarchy abroad

Friday, 17 November 2017

NHS in crisis while Essex Freemasons pat themselves on the back

The Kings Fund is an independent charity working to improve health and care in England. The Kings Fund have stated their deep concerns about the NHS  "The NHS is struggling to cope with record demand and social care services are stretched to the limit."

Some good news for a change
The British Red Cross have already declared that the NHS has crossed a line into a "humanitarian crisis" requiring the large scale intervention of charities.

The BBC reports:  Patients are dying alone on hospital wards because staff do not have enough time to care for them, nurses say. The mounting pressure across the UK is also leading to medicines being given late and patients being left in pain. The issues have been brought to light after the Royal College of Nursing canvassed front-line staff about their experiences of their last shift.

Here in "Royalist Romford" instead of addressing the NHS crisis we have the Essex Freemasons publicising their "social consciousness" by giving money to hospices in a carefully placed article in the .Romford Recorder.  We wonder how many Essex Freemasons have private health care, do you think they are concerned about the people's NHS or  just their own welfare ?  

If you REALLY want to protect the NHS don't believe all the charity bunk from the Royalist Conservative establishment like the Royal Arch Freemasons and their friends in the Essex press simply vote Labour in every election.   






NHS crisis does our MP Andrew Rosindell even care ?   

Thursday, 16 November 2017

Will Andrew Rosindell MP Be Telling Zimbabwe Off ?

Please don't tell Zimbabwe off they have enough to worry about
Romford MP Andrew Rosindell is listed in Debretts as being involved in the Zimbabwe-Rhodesia Relief Fund (2010 onwards) as well as a large number of other foreign interest groups.

Mr Rosindell has a habit of telling off foreign countries seemingly upstaging the appointed foreign secretary to the watching world. Many people in Romford would like an MP that spends his or her time on other matters of great concern to their constituents and not what many see as his "careerism" in foreign affairs.

We hope that Mr Rosindell won't further embarass many already unhappy voters in our home town by telling off the Zimbabwe military following the recent events in that country.  Mr Rosindell please leave foreign affairs to the Foreign Office.

Andrew Rosindell MP - organisation membership listing in Debretts

"We won't prosecute killers of white farmers" - President Robert Mugabe

Senior Tory Nicholas Soames says a Conservative Government has "unfinished business" in Zimababwe

Andrew Rosindell MP seems keen on EVERYBODY ELSE joining up but has no military or police service of his own - is this the kind of MP you want young people to listen to ?

Andrew Rosindell MP - a politician of unsustainable contradictions ?

Save our town from Andrew Rosindell MP and his foreign affairs "careerism"  

Wednesday, 15 November 2017

Some Tories Deserve Credit For Their Work

Robert Halfon MP (Daily Mail photo)
Some time ago a "floating voter" pensioner said to us "Is there anything you like about the Tories ?" We explained that we are a local justice campaign who believes that the Romford MP was involved in a criminal plan to close a college and other buildings in Havering as described in our mission statement - we think Mr Rosindell and his Havering Conservative Colleagues should be investigated by the police and our eye-witness evidence of events taken for use in those investigations

As we think our Conservative MP and his colleagues should be under investigation clearly we don't have a good word for them.  


However we promised the pensioner that from time to time we would publish good things done by other Tories when we came across them.  So here is a list of things done by other Tories we think are good, you never know we might end up with a better Romford MP as a result of recognising their work even if they are still Tories.

  1.  Robert Halfon MP - Well done on your work trying to abolish hospital parking charges, we know from our own campaigning that this issue has made people very very angry indeed at a time when they are already under a great deal of stress. 
  2. Anna Soubry MP - Well done standing up to Brexit bullies at the Daily Telegraph and in parliament. Selfish tradition and wealth should be separated from genuine national interest.  
  3. Jo Johnson MP - Well done in critising often arrogant and insular universities which is helping students get "value for money", why don't you go even further and announce a National Curriculum for selected university courses like English and Mathematics ensuring a legal Quality system ? 
  4. Alistair Burt MP - Well done for recognising that governments should own and run some things for the national interest. 

Well Done to Tory Robert Halfon MP - Abolishing Hospital Parking Charges (Daily Express)

Well Done to Tory Anna Soubry MP - Standing up To Brexit Bullies (Guardian report)

Well Done to Tory Jo Johnson MP - Students SHOULD get "value for money" from often arrogant universities

Well Done to Tory Alistair Burt MP - Some things SHOULD be publicly owned and run by the government

Other Tories we are concerned about 

Andre Walker, former assistant to Andrew Rosindell MP, named by newspapers in Elliott Johnson suicide case

Marcus Llewlyn-Rothschild, former assistant to Dame Angela Watkinson MP, now working for James Duddridge MP (Mr Duddridge opposed a 10 minute rule bill introduced by Robert Halfon MP to abolish hospital parking charges)

Tuesday, 14 November 2017

Pervert Police Doctor Could Have Been Stopped Earlier

Daily Express reports (4/11/17):


Jailed pervert police doctor faces new sex assault probe


"Dr Hugh O’Neill, 63, last year pleaded guilty to sexually abusing 13 policewomen from the Norfolk Police force over several years.  But yesterday it emerged that 20 more female officers had made allegations against the medical adviser – and that senior officers ignored a recommendation to investigate the sexual predator a decade before he was sacked.

Pervert Doctor O'Neill (Daily Express)

O’Neill was jailed for 12 years in 2015 after he admitted two rapes and three counts of gross indecency on two girls under 14. In 2016, he was jailed for a further three years after his guilty plea to the charges relating to the 13 policewomen.

An internal inquiry was launched but was abandoned a few weeks later.  There was no formal police investigation.  Senior officers apologised to him (!) for any “distress” the inquiry had caused – and the doctor went on offending.


In 2002, further sex assault allegations were made against O’Neill and he was later sacked as force medical adviser.
 
Earlier this year, a senior lawyer from the Crown Prosecution Service investigated the actions of senior officers who failed to launch an investigation in 1993.  She decided there was insufficient evidence for them to be charged with conspiracy to pervert the course of justice or misconduct in a public office.
Norfolk Police Chief Simon Bailey (Eastern Daily Press)
  
 
“The report found some failings in both previous investigations, which is a matter of great regret,” said Mr Bailey (Chief Constable Norfolk Constabulary)

 
 
 
Norfolk’s Chief Constable Simon Bailey said the way forces respond to allegations of sexual assault had “changed considerably” since 1993.  Last year Mr Bailey commissioned Essex Police to conduct a review into the force’s handling of allegations in 1993 and 2002.


 Those officers involved in the investigations have now retired.


Daily Express Report by Reporter John Twomey

Deaths In Police Custody - Guardian report

Does our Romford MP Andrew Rosindell care enough about police custody deaths ?