If Muspratt sensei was at "the hut dojo" in the beginnings of british aikido he could not have been taught originally by Tohei sensei nor by Noro sensei.
As far as I know Tohei Sensei did not ever teach at the Hut (although I stand to be corrected). My teacher Sensei Ken Williams was the first to receive Aikido training there from Kenshiro Abbe Sensei who introduced Aikido to the UK.
Sensei Henry Ellis' website http://www.british-aikido.com/BritishAikidoTree.htm
has extensive material documenting the history of British Aikido and has dealt with many claims of people saying they were there in the beginning and simply weren't. Mr Muspratt may well have trained at the Hut (many people did) but only those recorded on Sensei Ellis' website were actually there in the early days.
Noro Sensei was invited came to teach as did Senseis Nakazono, Tamera and Tada.
Tohei Sensei was not (again as far as I know) part of the British Aikido scene until after Abbe Sensei returned to Japan in the mid 1960's. I will talk to Sensei Williams to clarify, if/when Tohei came to the UK before he went to study under him in Japan, some fair few years after Abbe Sensei left.
I just found the pic referred to in Graham's post above. http://marbella.to/aikido/sensei.htm
Mike Muspratt did indeed receive instruction from Tohei in 1978 but it wasn't at the infamous Hut.