Victims are interested in 'who knew about Savile'

Victims of the late TV presenter Jimmy Savile hope today's reports into accounts of sexual abuse at NHS hospitals will tell them "who knew" and "for how long", a lawyer representing some of them told Good Morning Britain.

Liz Dux, who is representing 176 Savile abuse victims, said they wanted to know why the radio DJ was given "carte blanche access", was allowed to call himself a doctor and "be allowed into wards at bath time".

Read: Delays to report into Savile hospital abuse

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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.