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Monday 15 February 2016

The wrong man for the job!

This was in the local free London Newspaper.....Metro.

Bring a missing child back to whose home?

In fact there were two of these adverts in the same paper.......

Makes me rather think of a case of foxes guarding the hen-house....a little recent history lesson:

Stephen Fry faced a furious backlash last night after attacking the country’s most high-profile police inquiry into historic sex abuse while hosting a Labour fundraiser.

The comedian shocked guests at the party last week when he blasted Operation Yewtree which has led to less than half of suspects being convicted.

He urged guests, who included Labour leader Ed Miliband, to remember that ‘people are innocent until proven guilty’ and singled out former director of public prosecutions Keir Starmer for criticism.
          Stephen Fry paedophilia limerick on QI 'unfortunate and regrettable' - BBC

          The limerick, which Fry recited as the last item of the comedy quiz show, went:

    "There was a young chaplain from King's
    Who talked about God and such things;
    But his real desire
    Was a boy in the choir
    with a bottom like jelly on springs."

Baftas 2016: Stephen Fry shocks with reference to paedophilia

He talked about the love in Carol, which centres on the romance between Carol, played by Cate Blanchett, and Therese (Rooney Mara). He also mentioned the love interests in Brooklyn, before continuing with Spotlight, which revolved around a scandal of clerical child sex abuse.
          “Love abounds this year in film,” he said. “The love between two women, love between a young Irish girl and an Italian American, love between Catholic priests … ”

Latin! or Tobacco and Boys

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Latin! or Tobacco and Boys
Latin! or Tobacco and Boys.jpg
Poster for the 1980 production
Written byStephen Fry
Date premiered1979
Place premiered'The Playroom', Corpus Christi College, Cambridge.
Original languageEnglish
Subjectpederastic and sado-masochisitic sexuality in a boy's school
SettingChartham Park Preparatory School For Boys
Latin! or Tobacco and Boys is a play by Stephen Fry, written in 1979. It was first performed at 'The Playroom', an L-shaped space in St Edwards Passage that belonged to Corpus Christi College, Cambridge.[1] It is about life at the fictional Chartham Park Preparatory School For Boys, a prep school in England, and ends up in Morocco, via a homosexual relationship between a teacher and a 13-year-old student.
The title derives from Christopher Marlowe's reported comment that "All they that love not Tobacco and Boys are fools".

Fry's comedy comes under fire

Plans to stage a comedy penned by actor Stephen Fry about paedophilia in a public school were condemned today.
The award-winning play, which details a homosexual affair between a teacher and his 13-year-old pupil, is to be staged at Edinburgh's Festival Fringe.
But Latin! Or Tobacco and Boys, billed as "a play in two unnatural acts", has come under fire from a children's charity and city councillors.
A theatre company is about to sign a contract to stage the comedy as part of the Fringe programme.
Cambridge-based Activated Image said the play celebrated "the love of a man for a 13-year-old boy".

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