Freemasonry media stories/articles

[2015 May] Paedophile Mason ran lodge set up for GCHQ

[2011 Aug] Freemasons in the police leading the attack on David Cameron's riot response

[2011 May] Archbishop allows freemason to be bishop

[2011 June] Phone-hacking scandal: Jonathan Rees obtained information using dark arts   Freemason set up network of corrupt police, customs officials, taxmen and bank staff to gain valuable information.  Years ago, Jonathan Rees became a freemason. According to journalists and investigators who worked with him, he then exploited his link with the lodges to meet masonic police officers who illegally sold him information which he peddled to Fleet Street.  As one of Britain's most prolific merchants of secrets, Rees expanded his network of sources by recruiting as his business partner Sid Fillery, a detective sergeant from the Metropolitan Police. Fillery added more officers to their network. Rees also boasted of recruiting corrupt Customs officers, a corrupt VAT inspector and two corrupt bank employees.

[Media 2003] Freemason 'closed shop' blocked me, says barrister

[2001] GMC names freemason members  The register lists Sir Sandy Macara, the former British Medical Association (BMA) chair; Dr Simon Fradd, a negotiator for the BMA's GPs' committee; Dr Ronald Zeegen, a consultant physician and gastroenterologist and lay member Mr James Campbell Morton as freemasons.