Although this is well researched I feel that the writer did not achieve what he obviously set out to do. Also I sense that the writers political views actually damage the well researched article. To say that Mrs May did nothing of note in the Home Office shows the writers political bias.
As for her father, I cannot make any comments, it is up to the readers to make up their own minds on this, but as a researcher of many years standing I would be wary of producing facts to fit the narrative.
For example, many clergy moved to rural Oxfordshire near the end of their ministry or if they had been affected by bad health. Some men do get married later in life and he may have considered a celibate life impossible.
If you had focussed on the Chichester Diocese, you are certainly on firmer ground. You mention a few names, but as you know if there has been a hotspot for paedophile clergy it is the Diocese of Chichester. I suspect many paedophile priests had either served in this Diocese or have been connected to it. This knowledge does not come from the Tabloids but from information and personal experience of clergy been appointed to this Diocese and then leaving to take up positions in other dioceses in the country, taking their dark secrets with them.
Some further research is required, but using Mrs May’s father will in my view se further useful research material disappearing from the internet.
The Serial Killer, The Traveller’s Daughter, and the Cover Ups
Theresa May’s Father, Reverend Hubert Brasier, was born on 20th August 1917 at 61 Clonmore Street, Wandsworth, London. Like many people a century ago, his was a home birth. Hubert’s father, Tom Brasier, was a military man. He had served as a sergeant in the King’s Royal Rifles, but was a clerk by the time Hubert was born. Hubert’s mother’s maiden name was Amy Margaret Patterson and they had married 8 years prior in Hampshire. Amy and Tom’s first son, James David Brasier, had died within a year of his birth in 1911 in Uttaranchal, India, where Tom Brasier had been deployed whilst in service. Two years later, in 1919, Hubert was…
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