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Conservative MP Nigel Evans has left a police station after being questioned on suspicion of three further assaults.
"I continue to refute all allegations," the deputy speaker told reporters.
Evans was arrested earlier when he answer bail for allegations that he raped one man and sexually assaulted another.
The largest exhibition of art created using LEGO has opened in New York, featuring more than 100 sculptures made with the bricks.
Artist Nathan Sawaya created Yellow, a sculpture of a man ripping open his LEGO-filled chest, using 11,014 pieces of LEGO.
The exhibition also features a six-metre (20-foot) tall Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton made from 80,020 LEGO bricks - one of the largest pieces Mr Sawaya has ever made.
He said he uses LEGO as it makes his art "accessible", adding, "Kids and families see the art and they can relate to it because we've all played with LEGO bricks at some point in our lives".
The Art of the Brick exhibition is open at Discovery Times Square.
Asked whether he is certain there is not an "ongoing cover-up" at the CQC, Jeremy Hunt replied that he has full confidence in the new leadership of the health regulator.
He added that "they are on the side of the public" and that they understand the need for the CQC to act as "the nation's whistleblower-in-chief".
Moors murderer Ian Brady remains "chronically psychotic" and should remain in a hospital setting for treatment, his mental health tribunal was told today.
The child killer suffers from long-term paranoid schizophrenia which does not "just fade away and die", according to the clinician in charge of his care at high security Ashworth Hospital in Merseyside.
Brady, 75, was constantly paranoid about the Home Office and the Prison Officers Association, and believed hospital staff were acting as their agents, a panel sitting at the hospital was told.
Giving evidence, Dr James Collins said Brady also had paranoid beliefs about fellow patients who he thought were spying on him.
Shadow Health Secretary Andy Burnham has said that the revelations over the CQC health regulator "beggar belief and are hard to comprehend".
He has asked the Health Secretary whether he believes there is a need for further investigation of the matter, and whether those at fault should be identified.
Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has hinted at the need to name those responsible for an alleged cover-up at the CQC health regulator - something that has not happened so far.
In a statement to the House of Commons, he said: "The whole truth must now come out and individuals must be held accountable for their actions."
Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has said that the abuses at Furness General Hospital maternity unit are "above all a terrible personal tragedy for all the families involved".
He apologised to them on behalf of the government and NHS.
He also paid tribute to the relatives of Joshua Titcombe who have campaigned for transparency.
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Ofcom said it has opened an investigation into Sky's "alleged abuse of a dominant position" regarding the wholesale supply of Sky Sports 1 and 2 - its flagship sports channels.
BT wants to offer Sky Sports via YouView set-top boxes to complement its own newly-launched sport offer.
But BT said Sky will not allow the channels to be broadcast over BT boxes unless it offers its rival wholesale access to its own BT Sport channels in return.
Ofcom said it will "consider whether Sky has abused a dominant position under UK and/or EU competition law".
The regulator added it will decide by next month whether to grant "interim relief" - which could temporarily give BT access to Sky Sports.
Care minister Norman Lamb has said he believes those to blame for "covering up" the health regulator's failures over Furness General Hospital should be named.
"This culture of covering things up, of gagging orders, pay-offs, this has to never happen again," he said.
He told BBC Radio 4's World at One that he had "a lot of confidence in the new leadership" of the CQC, but stressed the need for "total transparency".