The privacy campaigner’s recent remarks on repatriation and apartheid are shocking
Soon after the News of the World accused Max Mosley in March 2008 of taking part in what the paper called a “sick Nazi orgy with five hookers”, I took his side. As a longtime sceptic about the truth of such stories published by that unlamented newspaper, I suspected all was not as suggested. Had the son of the former fascist leader Sir Oswald Mosley really adopted his father’s Nazi sympathies?
Months later, my suspicions were confirmed when a high court judge decided there were no Nazi connotations to the sadomasochistic scenario. Mosley was awarded £60,000 for breach of privacy.