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Bristol Broadband Co-operative
interview with former chief Foreign Office Historian Gill Bennett
Weekly Program
Gill Bennett
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Sept. 24, 2013, 5:20 p.m.
This week we hear from former Foreign Office historian Gill Bennett who had access to the secret archive of MI6, Britains Secret Intelligence Service. Her book, Desmond Morton Winston Churchills Man of Mystery, is the most detailed account so far of Winston Churchills personal assistant and clandestine Intelligence officer Desmond Morton. Gill explains his background and how he lived at Earlylands in Crockham Hill, just a short walk from Winston Churchills own home, Chartwell, near Westerham in Kent. Gill does not believe that Winston Churchill was a Freemason but evidence suggests otherwise. Morton was also involved after the war in the important role of Britains representative on the Tripartite commission looking into the whereabouts of Nazi Gold.
Jason looks at this weeks Private Eye which has doe a joint investigation with BBC Panorama into Tax Havens and tax avoidance and evasion. Ian Cameron was a pioneer of tax avoidance in the 1980s and much of the Cameron family fortune is built on avoiding tax.

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