On the same day as Harvey Proctor’s home and the two homes of Leon Brittan were raided.
Cops have raided Tory Lord Leon Brittan’s homes over alleged child abuse – just SIX weeks after he died.
Detectives swooped on the former Home Secretary’s properties in London and North Yorkshire, the Sunday Mirror and news investigators Exaro can reveal
And in a dramatic development officers from Operation Midland – set up to investigate historic claims of child abuse by a group of powerful men – also searched the home of 91-year-old D-Day veteran Lord Bramall, once Britain’s highest-ranking Army officer.
The four raids were carried out at dawn on Wednesday at the same time officers swooped on the home of former Tory MP Harvey Proctor , 68.
Sources say the they were signed off by a “senior figure” in the Operation Midland team.
No arrests were made and there is no indication either Mr Proctor or Baron Bramall will have to give formal statements.
It is unclear why Lord Bramall is of interest to the officers or why his home is connected to the inquiry.