The first copy went to Leon Brittan the then Home Secretary and apparently has gone missing.
Geoffrey Dickens’ second copy was a private copy, destroyed by his late widow Norma Dickens following his death because it was ‘too sensitive’ to keep in the family home.
But where is the third copy of the Dickens Dossier ?
It is referred to in this interview from Daily Express, 25th August 1983 and it was handed to the then Director of Public Prosecutions, Sir Thomas Hetherington.
Surely that must still exist or, to paraphrase Oscar Wilde, it might be said that ‘To lose one damning dossier about powerful establishment paedophiles handed to government officials may be regarded as a misfortune; to lose two looks like carelessness’ [Or Worse!!!]