Charity to challenge Ted report
A PROBE into claims of child rape by Sir Ted Heath is facing a “substantial complaint” from supporters.
The ex PM, who died in 2005, has been under investigation after allegations of abuse in the 1960s.
Lord Hunt of Wirral, chairman of The Sir Edward Heath Charitable Foundation, said the inquiry was “deeply flawed”.
Wiltshire Police said this week Sir Edward would have faced questioning over an attack on a boy of 11 if the politician was still alive.
Vowing to complain to the Independent Police Complaints Commission, Lord Hunt said: “Sir Edward’s reputation has been unfairly tarnished.
“No living person would be subject to a trawl for accusations with no independent review of ‘evidence’.”
CLAIMS: Sir Edward Heath