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Mary Moss handed over 19 files she had hidden in a neighbour's shed.
The files list the people who allegedly went to sex parties in the 80s at the Elm Guest House, Barnes, South West London.
Among the names are two former Conservative Cabinet ministers, four other senior Tories, a Labour MP, a prominent Irish republican, a leading National Front member, two members of the royal household – one a former Buckingham Palace employee – plus the owner of a multinational company and two pop stars.
"One of those is a best-selling musician, but like some others on the list he is not suspected of being involved in the child abuse." L.O.L.
The list was made at meetings in 1988 between the guest house's manager Carole Kasir and child protection officials.
Other documents reportedly identify 16 boys who were trafficked to the guest house from local care homes.
Police have asked Richmond Council for a full list of children in care at the time; social services records from the London boroughs of Wandsworth, Hammersmith and Fulham, and Hounslow will also be checked by detectives.