A former bishop said he was "very, very sorry" as he walked into the Old Bailey to be sentenced for historic sex offences against young men.
Peter Ball, 83, is to be sentenced after admitting a string of offences against young men between the 1970s and the 1990s.
When asked about the victims outside court, he replied that he was "very, very sorry".
The Church of England has announced it will investigate claims that senior clerics helped cover-up the sex crimes after victims claimed that it prevented him from facing justice for decades.
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