Today's arrest is the sixth person to be detained under Operation Yewtree.
Police confirmed that a man in his 60s was arrested this morning by detectives working on the Jimmy Savile sex abuse investigation.
– Scotland Yard
Officers working on Operation Yewtree have this morning, Thursday 6 December, arrested a man in his 60s [Yewtree 6] in connection with the investigation.
The man from Surrey was arrested at 07:40hrs on suspicion of sexual offences and has been taken into a central London police station.
The individual falls under the strand of the investigation we have termed 'Others'.
Publicist Max Clifford has condemned French Closer magazine's publication of topless pictures of the Duchess of Cambridge.
Mr Clifford said the Royal Family could help prevent similar pictures being printed in future by taking legal action:
I hope that the Palace sues the photographer and the magazine. It is clearly an invasion of privacy.
I'm surprised, particularly considering what happened in France to William's mother 15 years ago.
The good thing is no editor in this country has published them. If Kate was doing something dangerous or something that would upset the British public, then you could justify it.
But her sitting by a private pool topless doesn't come into that.
Max Clifford tells me Simon Cowell is so shaken by what happened on Saturday night that he will now be strengthening security at his home in West London.
He already has a security team looking after the £9 million property but he feels he needs to take extra care after the break-in.
Max Clifford says Cowell is thankful this was a warning sign that didn't end up being any more dangerous.