A child sex abuse victim has identified a second house in the London borough of Richmond where children in care in the borough were taken en route to Elm Guest House.
The property in Avondale Road, Mortlake, has since changed hands but appears to be some sort of holding house for children in care who were taken out for the day.
The Met police have been informed about the existence of the property but it is not clear whether it is part of their current investigation under Operation Fernbridge.
A report by my colleague Mark Conrad on the Exaro website interviews the victim who says that he knows of other children taken to the property in the 1980s.
Elm Guest House is part of a current investigation but no charges have been brought against anybody for abusing children there. The guest house was at the time used by gays including it is claimed by MPs and other important figures. The Met Police have said that one of the visitors was Sir Cyril Smith, the Liberal Democrat MP, who since his death has been exposed as a paedophile.