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Elm Guest House: “D-Day is approaching Cliff. People thought it was all going to go away, but it isn't.”

Police investigating sex abuse claims against Sir Cliff Richard are poised to hand evidence files to prosecutors in the next two weeks, a source claims.
In the most significant development in the case since the star’s home was raided last year, detectives are understood to be ready to ask the CPS whether he should be charged.
The decision is likely to take months. An insider said yesterday: “D-Day is approaching for him. People thought it was all going to go away, but it isn't.”
The news comes at a key time for the Elm Guest House regular.
Last week he staged the first UK show of his six-night, sell-out 75th birthday tour – widely seen as a signal he felt confident the "13"-month investigation into him would be closed without any further action.

Cars leave the Charters Estate in Sunningdale, Berkshire, where Sir Cliff Richard has an apartment

Police swoop: Cars leave the Charters Estate in Sunning dale, Berkshire, where Sir Cliff Richard has an apartment
Sir Cliff also has a new single out, his Portuguese vineyard has just released a special ‘Congratulations’ sparkling wine and next year he is committed to cruise liner appearances in the Med.
Last week we revealed how police had drawn a veil of secrecy over their ­investigation sparked by allegations that a young boy was molested at a religious rally held by preacher Billy Graham in ­Sheffield in 1985.
A second allegation was then made by a man who claimed to have taken part in a music video in 1981.
Sir Cliff has always denied the allegations, describing them as “untrue and absurd". It has been reported that inconsistencies exist in his evidence of his whereabouts.
South Yorkshire Police – heavily ­criticised for tipping off the BBC (probably part of a cover-up)  when they raided Sir Cliff’s £2.5m Berkshire home – even blocked requests for simple details about progress in the case made under Freedom of Information laws.
Sir Cliff Richard
Saying goodbye: Sir Cliff Richard sang at the funeral of Cilla Black
Now the Sunday Mirror understands that at least one interested party has been informed verbally that a file will be sent to the Crown Prosecution Service “within the next two weeks.”
A source said: “The police are desperate to avoid a situation where they can be criticised again, In other words afraid to report the truth"
“That is why they want to hand all the responsibility for what happens next to the CPS.”
The service makes the ultimate decision to charge anyone suspected of committing serious crime in the UK.
It reviews all of the information ­gathered by investigating officers, including victim allegations, witness statements, forensic evidence, CCTV images and interviews with suspects.
Prosecutors have to weigh up whether there is a realistic chance a jury would convict and if a prosecution is in the public interest.
Cliff Richard
Stage show: Cliff Richard performing live on stage on the first night of his 75th Birthday tour at the Symphony Hall
If the answer to either question is no, it is normal for for an investigation to be closed (Paid off or not) 
So far, Cliff (Kitty) has not been arrested and it is understood he has only been questioned once.
Last month, it was reported that one of three allegations against him had already been dropped but means nothing when concerning other victims.
A South Yorkshire Police spokesman said: “The investigation is ongoing.

The singer recently returned to the stage, but detectives are reportedly ready to ask the CPS whether he should be charged.

Elm Guest House List

The Metropolitan Police Special Branch are in possession of the Elm Guest House VIP list (pictured). A large number of rich and powerful VIPs would attend "parties" at Elm Guest House where mostly white working class boys were trafficked from local care homes to be sexually abused and raped.

VIP list:

Anthony Blunt: Royal connections, MI5

Harvey Proctor: Convicted paedophile.

Sir Peter Bottomley: Worthing MP and Monday Club

Charles Irving

Leon Britton: Lord, ex Thatcher Minister

Peter Brooke: Life Peer

John Rowe: MI5, former MP

Cyril Smith: Deceased, ex Rochdale MP

Ron Brown

Colin Jordan: Politician and author

George Tremlett: Former GLC Leader

Peter Campbell

Gary Walker: Sinn Fein

Cliff Richard: Pop Star, known at Elm Guest House as ‘Kitty’

Jess Conrad: ex Pop Star.

Ron Wells: Musician, aka ‘Gladys’ at Elm Guest House.

Richard Miles

Chris Denning: ex BBC DJ, convicted paedophile.

R Langley: Buckingham Palace equerry

Terry Dwyer

Patrick Puddles

Louis Minster: Head of Richmond Social Services

Colin Peters, QC: Convicted paedophile

Steve Everett: Senior Westminster Social worker

Ray Wire: "Expert" on paedophile therapy

Peter Glencross

Guy Hamilton Blackwell, son of Westland Helicopters Chairman

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