Savile victim: People could have been saved from abuse

Deborah Cogger, who was abused by Jimmy Savile as a teenager, she said she is "disappointed" by the findings in this morning's report.

Deborah told Daybreak that hundreds of people, including herself, should not have gone through what they did.

Speaking to presenters she said the abuse she experienced from Savile has affected her life, "I don't trust people very much, I haven't had very long term relationships, and can't stick at anything for long."

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Savile failings 'could reoccur'

The police inspector watchdog and the head of Greater Manchester Police have warned forces' failures to share intelligence on a prolific offender such as Jimmy Savile could happen again. A report has highlighted missed opportunities to stop the abuse