Savile report: Police probing link to child death at care home

Police are investigating an allegation published in a University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust report that links Jimmy Savile to the death of a young girl at a children's care home near Loughborough in the 1960s.

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Savile victims ranged from five-year-olds to pensioners

Jimmy Savile's victims at Leeds General Infirmary ranged from five-years-old to pensioners, with men, women, boys and girls.

Twenty-eight NHS hospitals have today published the findings of their investigations into the disgraced entertainer.

Jimmy Savile's victims ranged from five-year-old's to pensioners. Credit: PA

The presenter enjoyed unrestricted access to LGI where made abusive and inappropriate contact with patients and staff through his fundraising work, a report into Savile's abuse in NHS premises found.

Staff were told about some of the incidents but no allegations reached senior managers, investigators found.

Incidents ranged from lewd remarks and inappropriate touching to sexual assault and rape, with many encounters taking place in public areas.

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