Edward Heath, Clockwork Orange and the Frolik Affair

Wiltshire Police yesterday reported on a series of sexual abuse allegations against former Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath, covering a period between 1956 and 1992. Their report concludes the evidence would have warranted interviewing him under caution if he were still alive.

This finding raises significant questions about the stories about Heath's private life that were circulating during his lifetime and indeed during his premiership.

Some of these stories appeared to circulate from official sources. For example, Heath's name came up in the notes compiled in the mid-1970s by Army information officer Colin Wallace, on the basis of briefings by an MI5 officer using the pseudonym John Shaw. [1] 

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