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Diver Tom Daley said it was a "terrifying decision" to post a video on YouTube in which he revealed he was in a gay relationship.
The Olympic medallist told The Jonathan Ross Show: "To be honest it was a terrifying decision to make. I didn't know what the reaction was going to be like. I didn't know how it was going to go but I just felt like I needed to say something."
Watch the full interview with Tom Daley on The Jonathan Ross Show at 10.45pm tonight on ITV.
A Catholic priest has been interviewed by police investigating reports of historic sexual abuse over a 20-year period.
The investigation relates to the indecent assault and sexual abuse of three women during their time as schoolgirls at St Vincent's Primary School in Norden, Rochdale, between 1980 and 2000, Greater Manchester Police said.
It is understood the allegations involve a parish priest at St Vincent de Paul RC Church who was serving at the time of the alleged offences.
The church is located in the same grounds as the school.
The offences did not occur within the school but at an adjacent presbytery, police said.
The £623 million state-of-the-art air traffic control centre at Swanwick in Hampshire has previously experienced technical difficulties since air traffic control company Nats moved in.
In the first few months of its opening in 2002, Swanwick experienced a number of computer failures prompting MPs to question staffing levels at the company.
There were also problems in September 2008 when a computer fault led to flight delays, while in July this year flights in southern England were delayed due to another problem at the centre.
National Air Traffic Services have identified the technical problem which has resulted in travel chaos in airports across the UK.
The company said a problem with the internal telephone system meant additional control positions were not able to be opened to cope with the demand in traffic.
"We now understand what the problem is and our engineers are working hard to rectify the issues as quickly as possible. Everyone in our operation will continue to work with our customers to manage the traffic and clear the backlog," the statement read.
The company insisted safety had "not been compromised at any time" and the disruption had only caused a reduction of around 20 per cent.
"We apologise sincerely for any inconvenience being caused to passengers," Nats added.
Take That star Howard Donald has been caught up in the flight disruption caused by a technical problem at an air traffic control centre.
Control tower failure at Heathrow as left me stranded for 2-3 hours at dusseldorf. Anyone know any games besides eye spy?
Hundreds of people poured onto the streets of Soweto, South Africa, to celebrate Nelson Mandela's life and mourn his death.
People from around the globe joined the residents of Soweto in Vilakazi Street, where Mandela spent most of his adult life.
Delays caused by air traffic control problems could last for the entire day, an aviation expert has warned.
Independent aviation analyst Chris Yates said: "It's going to be a day of frustrations and the knock-on effects are going to last for the whole day because of the backlog of planes. It will be a tough day for everybody.
"There are contingency plans in place whenever this happens. Many of the long-haul flights, coming from China, India, the US and so on, passengers sitting on those planes may find themselves diverted to continental airports.
"But it's going to be a long wait for them. When the system kicks back in and starts working, there will be a backlog of flights.
"For those waiting to fly out, it's going to be a case of sitting around the airport terminal until things get back to normal."
The entire air traffic control system has gone down at #Heathrow. No one knows when we will even board our flight. Wicked.
Stuck at Newcastle airport - a 3 1/2 hour delay - good luck to all @oldfield_rfc players - best laid plans to get back and play in tatters
Sitting on the plane in Dublin Airport and told we might have a 3hr delay cos of radar problems in London
George Bizos, a close friend of Nelson Mandela, said: "I am naturally very disappointed and saddened. He's been a friend since 1948 and we had good times and bad times together.
"I know that we are not immortal but when you lose a very close friend it weighs heavily with you and it weighs heavily with me."