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Police arrested the man, on suspicion of sexual offences, at 7.15am in Cambridge. The arrest is the third made in Operation Yewtree. Gary Glitter, whose real name is Paul Gadd, was arrested first, then comedian Freddie Starr. Starr has denied any involvement in the alleged abuse.
Police investigating allegations of historic sexual abuse say an arrest made today has no link to the investigation into Jimmy Savile.
A man, believed to be the former flatmate and chauffeur of Jimmy Savile, Ray Teret, has been arrested at his home in Altrincham on suspicion of rape.
A relative of Jimmy Savile has called for his body to be exhumed and cremated out of respect for other bereaved families.
Guy Marsden, a nephew of the disgraced DJ, said he "100%" supported families who called for Savile's body to be moved away from the graves of their loved ones in Scarborough's Woodlands Cemetery following claims that Savile abused 300 people over six decades.
Mr Marsden, of Leeds, said: "If it was one of mine who was buried there, I wouldn't like it if someone like Jimmy was in the same place. Our thoughts are with their loved ones."
Mr Marsden, a roofer, stressed that no formal plans to exhume Savile had been made and he has not been offered any official guidance on the matter, but said he would support the plans if they went ahead.
The trustees of the Jimmy Savile Charitable Trust say they are "saddened" that the estate has been frozen as it could delay the distribution of money to good causes. They say any claims brought against the estate could reduce the amount of money available for charity.
They will be seeking legal advice about protecting the charity's funds.
Jimmy Savile was questioned as a suspect by detectives investigating the Yorkshire Ripper murders more than 30 years ago. A senior officer who worked on the inquiry says Savile became a suspect after an anonymous tip off. One of the killings took place near his home in Leeds. David Hirst reports.
Jimmy Savile was questioned as a suspect by detectives investigating the Yorkshire Ripper murders more than 30 years ago. In an exclusive interview with Calendar, former detective John Stainthorpe says Savile's name came up in their inquiries.
Jimmy Savile was questioned by detectives investigating the Yorkshire Ripper murders more than 30 years ago. A senior officer who worked on the inquiry has been speaking exclusively to Calendar about it.
A plaque displaying the list of the Freemen of Scarborough is being taken down, so Jimmy Savile's name can be removed.
The decision was taken by Scarborough Borough Council as a gesture of support to his 300 alleged victims.
The wooden plaque, which hangs in the town hall lobby, will be sent away to be altered.
There are calls for Jimmy Savile's body to be dug up from a cemetery in Scarborough, his adopted second home.
A woman whose granddaughter is buried in a neighbouring plot says he's causing as much distress in death as he allegedly did in life. It's come on the day Scarborough council decided to remove his name from the list of Freemen of the borough.
And all this as lawyers filed claims for damages from dozens of victims of his alleged sexual abuse. Jon Hill reports.
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Police have confirmed 500 people have come forward as victims of Jimmy Savile.
The investigation into the Jimmy Savile abuse scandal has cost around £2 million so far according to the Metropolitan Police Commissioner.