An ITV investigation has helped Cambodian police to break up a major child abuse ring that supplied youngsters to British paedophiles.
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A status designed to enhance colleges' ability to attract foreign students is void as the system is being abused, a whistleblower has said.
The fourth person mentioned in the abuse inquiry is believed to be a soap actor, although it's unclear they are a current or former star.
The team behind the ITV Exposure documentary that made the Savile allegations have been given the name of a fifth person, also thought to be a TV personality, amid ongoing claims of abuse.
The team behind the documentary that revealed claims of sexual abuse against Jimmy Savile have passed on details of alleged abuse by another celebrity to the Metropolitan Police.
The claims were made by a caller to the ITV Exposure team following the Savile documentary but are not thought to be linked to the Savile allegations.
The allegations are thought be related to a TV personality who is alive.
Mark Williams-Thomas, the former police detective who led the ITV Exposure documentary that uncovered the Jimmy Savile abuse allegations, says that he has received "significant information" about the late TV presenter:
Have received further significant info over the last 48 hrs & am in close contact with the police officer leading the enquirry #JimmySavile
The police are also continuing to receive a significant amount of new information #JimmySavile
Up to ten women have claimed they were sexually assaulted by Jimmy Savile when they were young girls.
The allegations will be aired in an ITV Exposure documentary to be shown on Wednesday evening.
At least two of the alleged victims have waived their anonymity to take part in the programme, which will claim that the entertainer abused girls as young as 13 at the height of his fame.