Monday, 7 July 2014

Lord Brittan denies being guilty of rape

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In a statement issued through his lawyers the former Home Secretary says he was questioned by the police about a serious allegation which is 'wholly without foundation'

Leon Brittan attends the funeral of Baroness Thatcher
Lord Brittan was questioned under caution over an allegation of rape dating back to 1967 Photo: Getty
Lord Brittan, the former Home Secretary, has denied being guilty of rape after being questioned by the police over an alleged sexual offence.
It was revealed at the weekend that Lord Brittan was this year questioned under caution over an allegation of rape dating back to 1967.
The alleged offence is said to have taken place at Lord Brittan’s London flat.
In a statement issued through his solicitors, the Conservative peer said: "It is true that I have been questioned by the police about a serious allegation made against me. This allegation is wholly without foundation.”
Lord Brittan, who was Home Secretary between 1983 and 1985, also defended his handling of papers that were handed to him and which allegedly detail a network of paedophiles operating around Westminster.
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