Stonehouse: Cabinet Minister, Fraudster, Spy

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Stonehouse: Cabinet Minister, Fraudster, Spy

Stonehouse: Cabinet Minister, Fraudster, Spy

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Tony Blair regarded it as the ‘silver bullet’ which would justify committing British forces to the invasion. It was incontestable that he had faked his own death, but he was still holding on to the title of MP 20 months later. He proceeded on a rather circuitous route taking himself off to Melbourne, Australia leaving a wife, three children and a mistress, not to mention his puzzled nephew.

As well as expertise in relation to computer misuse offences, Julian also specialises in providing advice to Communication Service Providers and others in relation to their obligations under the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000, the Investigatory Powers Act 2016, and the GDPR Data Protection Act 2018. Stonehouse finally resigned as an MP from prison after he was jailed on several counts of deception and fraud. it's really the power of his personality that drives the book, which is ripe for dramatic interpretation of some kind, either television or film. He also needed to see Sidali’s story all the way through from him being acquitted, his fight for freedom, struggle to remain in this country, and finally his qualification as a lawyer and to make a life for himself in this country. I did find out something about his past in the 1960s, which will surprise people who haven’t kept up-to-date with Stonehouse.She’s also studied the Stonehouse file from the StB archive and says she finds in it nothing to prove that he either took cash from them or provided any information that wasn’t readily available in the public domain. Hang on to your seats - the Prime Minister has told the House of Commons Liaison Committee he believes his Illegal Migration Bill is “legal. yet even as an ignorant 15-year-old, even I remember the great scandal that was the John Stonehouse disappearance.

A fascinating look into the mind of a conflicted politician/humanist who reacted strangely to a crisis point. Stonehouse was ahead of his times in many ways, yet decadent, deceitful but also very engaging and intelligent . The daughter contends that the accusation that he was a traitor to his country is the worst calumny heaped on her father.While on the surface this may appear to be a simple David and Goliath story with the defence team battling those in the very highest positions of power it is in fact much more, it is an affirmation of the truth, demonstration of the strength of the British judicial process and a celebration of human spirit triumphing in adversity. About the Author: JULIAN HAYES is a criminal and child-care lawyer with his firm, Berris Law, in London. Some of this obtained through conversations with his family but also the recollections of a young Julian, who witnessed much of what is shared through the innocent eyes of a child. As a member of the Law Society Children Panel since 1998, Julian has vast experience in representing children, children’s guardians, parents, grandparents and interveners in the Family Proceedings, County and High Courts. Then he was found—on the other side of the world, in Australia—and his extraordinary story began to come to light.

He is a Higher Rights Advocate (criminal and civil) and a Court and Police Station duty solicitor and a member of the Law Society’s’ Child Panel (having been a member since 1998). Then he was found – on the other side of the world, in Australia – and his extraordinary story began to come to light: a Labour cabinet minister and a devoted family man; also in a long-term affair with his secretary, and a spy for the Czech State Security agency, who had committed fraud and attempted to fake his own death to escape catastrophic business failures. a vivid account' HENRY DE QUETTEVILLE, Telegraph 'Completely absorbing and told with huge compassion, integrity and skill' CAROL ANN LEE, author of The Murders at White House Farm and A Passion For Poison 'What a book.A heart attack, one of several that began during his time in prison, took his life at the age of 62.



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