"Any more of that and I'll be getting the carbolic."
Dirty bloody mochyns.
People seem to hound me.
Wherever I go.
I think I've been cursed.
Well, if you get any trouble, you put them on to me.
My husband was in the Welsh Guards.
He taught me how to box.
他说 "格温 每个人都得学点拳击"
"Gwen," He said, "Gwen, everyone should know how to box.
"There could be a war any minute."
- Dead, now. - Your husband?
Only two months ago. He fell like a tree.
- Oh, I'm so sorry. - It's been hard.
- I bet. - I loved him.
- I'm sure. - The nights are very long.
Oh, my God!
What have you been up to?
I walked out and that was it.
I never saw him again.
I completely understand if you don't want to see me again.
- Why would I do that? - Because of the men.
Don't be silly. My husband was in the army.
But Jeremy Thorpe, for God's sake!
He's the leader of the party!
Norman, you've struck lucky.
Yes, because this friend of mine,
his son is the MP for Montgomeryshire.
He's a Liberal MP, an actual Liberal.
-我要跟他讲 -好的 去吧
- I'm going to tell him. - Yes, do.
Good. And mention the National Insurance card.
好 我会的 会的
Yes, I will. I will.
He's a smashing chap.
His name is Mr Emlyn...
Mrs Parry Jones, of course.
Thank you for coming all this way.
Nice to see you again, Mr Hooson.
This is Mr Scott.
Thank you so much for seeing me -
and, may I say, it's about time.
If you'd like to follow me. Come this way.
Can I ask, is Mr Thorpe here today?
He's away in Zambia. He won't be back until Monday.
Can I introduce you to my colleague, David Steel,
MP for Roxburgh, Selkirk and Peebles?
He has very kindly lent us his office and would like to attend.
Jeremy used to talk about you.
Did he? All good, I hope.
He called you the baby of the House.
I'm sure he meant it in a jovial fashion.
And in the end, I never did get my National Insurance card.
But Gwen says I'm an honorary Welshman now.
She's been wonderful.
She's given me £500 for a pony trekking centre.
But if all of this is true,
the story is quite alarming, Mr Scott.
Yes, and you've certainly been detailed.
- Thank you. - And clearly you have a gift
for eliciting money out of people.
But tell me, when Mr Thorpe gave you money,
were you blackmailing him?
What sort of blackmailer goes to the police first?
I think perhaps we've heard enough for one day.
These are very serious allegations...
I love him, though.
- I beg your pardon? - I love him.
- Jeremy. - We can stop now.
No, because every time I tell this story,
it's always about the card and the sex and the letters,
but I loved him and I still love him,
even though that's ridiculous.
And he loved me. So you can write down this...
I wasn't his prostitute
or a one-night stand
or a quick little fuck in the dark.
I was Jeremy Thorpe's lover.
I had no idea how much he meant to you.
- Welcome back. - Thank you.
It was an excellent trip.
I wondered if I might have a word.
No, I'm very...
It's about Norman Scott.
Although I did know a Norman Josiffe,
I think he also called himself Norman Lynch,
so it's not impossible that he changed his name for a third time,
but I hardly knew him well.
he can describe your mother's house
and your flat at Marsham Court in great detail.
He did visit me, yes.
I was helping him. He had problems at work,
I gave advice, I think.
Is that all?
That was all.
Well, in that case, you won't mind if I take this further,
to the party...
and the police.
因为 如果他在撒谎 那重要的就是
Because, if he's lying, then it's very important that none of us
are fouled with the stench of this filth.
I think that would be a mistake.
Because you stood for election as leader in '67 and I won -
so this would look like nothing but revenge.
We could let the inquiry decide.
Then I shall remind them that you're the man
who stood up in court and defended Ian Brady.
That was my duty to the Crown.
So you sided with the very worst of sexual deviants.
怎么了 埃姆林 你有这方面的嗜好吗
What happened, Emlyn? Did you get a taste for it?
- I shall be taking this forward. - Yeah, you do that.
Home Secretary, Mr Thorpe for you.
-杰里米 -雷吉 你真是太客气了
- Jeremy. - Reggie, this is very good of you.
Thank you very much.
Gin and sweet vermouths for both of us.
-喝完再上 -好的 莫尔丁先生
- Keep them coming. - Yes, Mr Maudling.
There's only one reason anyone asks to see me, hugger-mugger.
Have you been an idiot?
没有 瞧 这真是一个老掉牙的故事
No. So, you see, it's really the same old tale.
In fact, the first lesson of politics -
beware one's own colleagues.