reply to post by Flavian
I really dont know, in regards to Robertson he was appointed to the privvy council the following year. Was a Royal involved too and is that why the
100 year rule was applied?
Anyway his career really took off after Dunblane. Look how high he climbed in the end.
1968–1978, Official of the GMB Union for the Scottish whisky industry.
1978–1999, Member of the United Kingdom House of Commons, member for Hamilton or Hamilton South, elected six times.
1979, Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Secretary of State for Social Services.
1979–??, Opposition Spokesman on Scottish Affairs.
19??–82, Opposition Spokesman on Defence.
1982–93, Opposition Spokesman on Foreign Affairs.
1983–93, Chief Opposition Spokesman on Europe.
1993–97, Shadow Secretary of State for Scotland.
May 1997, Appointed to the Privy Council
May 1997 – October 1999, Defence Secretary of the United Kingdom
October 1999 – January 2004, 10th Secretary General of NATO and Chairman of the North Atlantic Council.
Its important to state at this point (from wiki) en.wikipedia.org...
"Robertson's three children are former pupils of the school in Dunblane where gunman Thomas Hamilton went on the rampage in 1996, murdering 16
children and their teacher. After the massacre, Mr Robertson, a long-time resident of the town, acted as a spokesman for the victims' families. He
was also a key figure in the subsequent campaign that led to the ban on handguns in England, Wales and Scotland.
In 2003, the Sunday Herald newspaper ran an article entitled "Should the Dunblane dossier be kept secret?", a reference to documents relating to the
Cullen Inquiry into the massacre which are to remain classified for 100 years. In a discussion board on the newspaper's website, anonymous
contributors claimed that Robertson had signed a recommendation for a gun licence for Thomas Hamilton in his capacity as Hamilton's MP. In fact,
Robertson had never been the gunman's MP, and the claims were totally unfounded. Robertson sued the Sunday Herald and the paper settled by paying him
a five-figure sum plus costs. A subsequent action by Robertson, related to the terms of the newspaper's apology, was unsuccessful. The first case
became an important test case as to whether publishers can be held responsible for comments posted on their websites"
The defense secretary role might give him authority in national security matters? Did it also entitle access to the sealed files though?
PS the Rothschilds control the Guardian so theres another link with the Zionist cabal there I guess if you like.
Anyways, its clear I need to do some more reasearch on this matter as I have today found this to be full of more disinfo than 9/11 and that is saying
Anyways, thanks for the contributions and I leave you with this, 10 other fascinating sealed files