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A top Conservative official has been arrested on suspicion of raping a teenage girl in Manchester in the 1960s.
Tory vice-chairman Alan Lewis, 75, who was appointed by David Cameron, was held by police after a woman claimed she was attacked by him when she was a girl.
The self-made tycoon, who owns the Crombie clothing chain, was reportedly arrested at a Manchester hotel while on a business trip.
The Prime Minister gave Mr Lewis his current role as Tory vice-chairman responsible for business relations in 2010.