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The man identified as the Islamic State militant known as "Jihadi John" was a "popular" schoolboy who loved Manchester Utd and S Club 7.
The judge sentencing Gary Glitter has condemned the disgraced singer in the strongest possible terms, saying: "It is difficult to overstate the depravity of this dreadful behaviour."
The 70-year-old's youngest victim was younger than 10 years old when he crept into her bed and tried to rape her in 1975.
Glitter, real name Paul Gadd, attacked two girls, aged 12 and 13, after inviting them backstage to his dressing room, and isolating them from their mothers.
"All of this happened because and only because of your fame," Judge Alistair McCreath said. "You kept her in your room all night."
The judge said he noted Glitter had sought out professional help in 2011 but said he was in "no position to decide what your true motivation was in seeking this treatment" and had found no evidence that the former pop star had "atoned" for his offences.
Gary Glitter's 16-year jail term includes a seven-year sentence for one count of attempted rape against his first victim.
That will run consecutively with an eight-year sentence for unlawful sex with a girl under 13.
He was also given 12 months imprisonment for the attack on his 13-year-old victim.
Glitter, real name Paul Gadd, was given an additional five years for the remaining three counts of indecent assault, to run concurrently.
Ed Miliband has said a £3,000 cut to university tuition fees would come into force in September 2016 if Labour are elected.
He told supporters it would will benefit not only those starting degree courses next year, but "those already at university" and slash an average of around £9,000 off each student's debt.
Mr Miliband also said that maintenance grants will be raised by £400 a year, and that Labour is "determined" to help students with their living costs.
Prince Harry is set to quit the armed forces later this year to bring his active military career to an end, it has been reported.
The 30-year-old royal, who served two tours of duty in Afghanistan, will serve with units in Australia for "several weeks" before his duties end, according to the Evening Standard.
Harry is expected to continue to support programmes to help rehabilitate injured service personnel as well as pursuing other charity work, including field projects in Africa.
While refusing to confirm the reports, a spokesperson for Kensington Palace told ITV News:
Ed Miliband has pledged to cut university tuition fees from £9,00 a year to £6,000.
The Labour leader said if the party were voted in at the General Election they would make life better for young people.
He also pledged to offer:
Gary Glitter did his teenage victims "real and lasting damage", the judge has said while sentencing the disgraced singer to 16 years in jail for historical sex attacks.
Addressing the disgraced singer in a courtroom that included his still-loyal fans gathered in the public gallery, Judge Alistair McCreath described the impact of Glitter's abuse on three girls, then aged 10, 12 and 13.
Glitter, dressed in a black velvet coat and burgundy scarf, showed no reaction as he was led from the dock at London's Southwark Crown Court after he was sentenced.