Nicholas Fairbairn: Commons ‘Diminished’ Due To ‘Squeaky Clean’ MPs


Sir Nicholas Fairbairn, former Conservative MP, Former Solicitor General for Scotland , and deceased arsehole.

Efforts by former Perthshire MP Sir Nicholas Fairbairn to hide his private life from his constituents have been uncovered.

In newly revealed documents Sir Nicholas, who died in 1995, demands reporters be banned from investigating his private life and that of other politicians.

In the correspondence to the Commons standards watchdog which has been placed in the National Archives, the maverick MP called for press freedom to be “restricted”.

Fairbairn, who is the subject of child sexual abuse allegations in England and Scotland, claimed politicians should be protected from having their sexual behaviour exposed.

“Adultery and fornication have been the habit of most of humankind since Adam and Eve first committed the latter,” he wrote a few months before his death.

“Is there some ethical reason why those in public life should be holier than thou? Should they have the piety of monks and nuns?

“The House of Commons has already been diminished by the increasing habit of party organisations selecting candidates who are ‘squeaky clean’.”

The revelations come hard on the heels of an accusation by a woman who said Fairbairn raped her when she was four.

The Courier



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9 responses to “Nicholas Fairbairn: Commons ‘Diminished’ Due To ‘Squeaky Clean’ MPs

  1. l8in

    Reblogged this on L8in.

  2. reblogged IMA its a bit like Saville saying djs are the same as his day

  3. The Count of Monte Cristo

    He was a complete TWAT! Of the first order. The sad thing was he never knew just how much of an arse-hole he really was.

    Absolute wanker…………an excellent example of a Tory PRICk …

  4. LOL he wanted the british press controlled more than it already it is.

    As for Rifkand and Straw even if they leave so what. They have made so much money selling everything and anything while making sure the peasants continue to pay and continue to scramble in the dirt. Hey you can’t blame them as not their fault the peasants, like good servants, every five years go along with the charade and vote for them. Despite teh overwhelming evidence, decades long still think voting makes a difference

  5. timsanders2013

    To be fair, if you were banging Esther you would want to keep it quiet.

  6. Vic

    Wonder who he’s referring to, all these squeaky cleans who have diminished parliament. IMO you could probably count them on one hand.