"'But I have only been to Wrexham once; and I didn't visit the children’s home...
"When the inquiry was taking place I hired a lawyer to watch it in case there was any mention of my name."
Simon's great-great uncle Ernest Parke was a journalist who named a top person involved in a boy brothel.
In 1889, a London policeman was investigating a theft from the London Central Telegraph Office.
The clients included Lord Arthur Somerset, an equerry to the Prince of Wales, and Henry Fitzroy, Earl of Euston.
The only people to be prosecuted were two of the boys.
Ernest Parke was editor of a little read publication called the North London Press.
He was allowed to escape to the South of France.
Prince Albert Victor, the eldest son of the future King Edward VII, was said to be involved in the boy brothel.
Today, in the UK, we have the Leveson Inquiry which may suggest imposing extra curbs on the media.
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