Geoffrey Kenneth Dickens (26th August 1931 – 17th May 1995) was a British Conservative politician most well-known for using Parliamentary privilege in an attempt to ‘expose’ Sir Peter Hayman, the deputy director of MI6 and active paedophile as member of the paedophile information exchange (PIE). Dickens was born in London. Between 1981 and 1985, Dickens campaigned against a Westminster paedophile ring. In 1981, Dickens named Sir Peter Hayman, as a paedophile in the House of Commons and asked why he had not been jailed after the discovery of violent child pornography. In 1983, Dickens threatened to expose the paedophile network involving “big, big names – people in positions of power, influence and responsibility” in the Commons. The next year, he campaigned for the banning of Hayman’s Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE). Dickens gave Home Secretary, Leon Brittan a dossier containing the child abuse allegations which has since disappeared.