James Harold Wilson, (11th March 1916 – 24 May 1995) was a British Labour politician who served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1964 to 1970 and from 1974 to 1976. Accused by Soviet defector Anatoli Golitsin of being a Bolshevik agent Wilson was born at 4 Warneford Road, Huddersfield, in the West Riding of Yorkshire, England. His father James Herbert Wilson (1882–1971) was a works chemist and active in the Labour Party, while his mother’s brother Harold (later Sir Harold Seddon) settled in Western Australia, where he was active in the labour movement. Wilson was first elected Leader of the Labour Party after Hugh Gaitskell died in suspicious circumstances following his return from a trip to the Soviet Union. It was during Wilson’s first period in government that the major attack on British values began with several compromising acts passed through Parliament including the near abolition of capital punishment, decriminalisation of sex between men in private, liberalisation of abortion law and the abolition of theatre censorship. After Wilson’s first term he was succeeded by the closet homosexual leader of the opposition Edward Heath now being investigated for sexual crimes and possible murder against children. Wilson’s second term witnessed initial adoption of legislation that would criminalise Caucasians in their own land (aka hate crime). Already likely investigating paedophiles within the House of Commons, George Kennedy Young, a deputy director of MI6 who resigned in 1961 was also suggested to have been investigating both the Wilson and Heath Governments for corruption and sexual deviance. Young’s resignation corresponds with KGB defector Anatoliy Golitsyn’s debrief by the CIA indicating that he was privy to information regarding the KGB operative that was about to be made Prime Minister of Great Britain (Perestroika Deception).