Nor to me, I'm afraid. Could you spell it, preferably in words of one syllable.
In words of one syllable would be difficult if not impossible.
Steele, without the application of thumbscrews or anything similar, stated that he "assumed" that Smith had committed the child molestation offences that he'd been accused of, though the police dropped the inquiry.
Even though Steele clearly believed that Smith was a paedophile, Steele went on to recommend Smith for a knighthood in 1988. It doesn't matter whether Smith was guilty or not. The problem is that Steele obviously believed Smith was guilty, yet still recommended him for a knighthood. With judgement like that, he shouldn't be sitting on a park bench, never mind in the House of Lords.
Imagine the scene at Buck house. Her Maj taps him on the shoulders with the sword.
Arise Sir Paedo.